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Tourist guide Umbria

Todiguide are the licensed Tour Guides in Todi and in the Umbria Region. We do love our hometown and our region, and know them like the back of our hands! Your vacation time is unique, and we really long to make it unforgettable by taking you around discovering not just the highlights, but also the many hidden treasures. You can choose among our favorite walking tours or ask for a tailored itinerary, according to your needs and passions.

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Tourist guide Umbria

Tour guides in Umbria

Tour of Todi

Spend some time with Elisa, a native of Todi, exploring the monuments and hidden treasures of this ancient town. Customized to your schedule and goals, the classic tour includes: Piazza del Popolo. This inviting public square has been in use since before Roman times. It is one of the largest Medieval spaces in Italy, and […]

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Tour of Assisi

ASSISI is a lovely town situated about 30 miles from Todi and perched on a hill at the foot of the Subasio Mountain. Assisi was taken over by the Romans in the 1st century BC and became a rich colony along the famous Via Flaminia. In the 12th century, Assisi became the birthplace of one […]

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Tour of Orvieto

Orvieto is an amazing town located about 25 miles from Todi. You can get there driving along the SS448 road, which has been recently awarded as one of the most beautiful Italian Panoramic Roads; lush countryside, woods, vineyards and olive groves! Halfway between Todi and Orvieto, you will pass along the Corbara Lake, an artificial […]

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Tour of Perugia

Perugia, the capital of Umbria, is located 35 miles from Todi. Once one of the most powerful Etruscan settlements, the present town is an elegant city that will surprise you with its perfect mix of old and new. Apart from art and history, Perugia is well known in Italy thanks to the Perugina Chocolate Industry, founded at the […]

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The Painted House

Walking down from Piazza del Popolo along S. Prassede Street  taking Via delle Mura Antiche, you will find a unique artwork: the Painted House. This lovely townhouse dates back to the 19th century and is located not so far from the main Piazza del Popolo, in one of the oldest medieval districts in town. The owners […]

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Dicono di Noi

Le recensioni di chi ha trascorso un tour in Umbria con noi

Abbiamo avuto modo di apprezzare la professionalità e la gentilezza di Elisa di Todiguide che con amore per la propria città ci ha illustrato Storia , Monumenti e curiosità della città di Todi

Marco e StefaniaTuristi in Umbria

Elisa e Luca sono bravissimi a spiegare le città di Assisi e Todi che abbiamo visitato come pellegrini con la nostra parrocchia senza essere mai noiosi. Bravi continuate cosi

Gruppo di LeccoPellegrini in Umbria

Todiguide , guide turistiche in Umbria è composta da due guide turistiche locali molto brave e innamorate della propria città.Vi faranno scoprire le bellezze del posto e incuriosirvi con aneddoti del passato e della storia locale.Gentili e professionali

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Visit Umbria in Vespa or riding an e-bike

Looking for a sparkling and out-of-the-scheme idea to enhance your holiday in Umbria? Just take one summer sunny day, then add to it an iconic Italian Vespa (or a brand new e-bike), a nice guided visit with Todiguide and a genuine local meal… here’s the Visit in Vespa Tour! Choose your itinerary, rent your Vespa […]

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Umbria, land of Cashmire

Umbria is a land of many surprises! Not only precious art works, breathtaking views, unspoiled nature, great food and finest wine, but also rich handicrafts, such as ceramics, weaving, woodworking, ironworking, and something that you might not expect: cashmere! When you say “cashmere”, you immediately think of something very valuable, expensive and for special occasions […]

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The Bishop’s Palace and the Nunziatina church

As you admire the view of Todi from the Oberdan Garden, you can’t help but notice a large building attached to the Duomo and overlooking the medieval Nidola District: this is the Bishop’s Palace.  Located a few steps from the Piazza del Popolo, the palace was entirely restored and enlarged in the second half of […]

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