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Tour of Spoleto

The ancient town of Spoleto is about 30 miles from Todi, in the south-east part of Umbria: the old town is perched on top of a hill overlooking the Roman Via Flaminia.

Rich in art and history, Spoleto is well known among art & music lovers due to the renowned Festival of the Two Worlds, opened in 1958 by Giancarlo Menotti (Italian composer and writer, naturalized American); his aim was the joining of European art and music with American. Mr. Menotti died in Monte Carlo in 2007.




CLASSIC TOUR (about 2 hours and 30 minutes)*

  • Meet the guide at one of the pay lots in town


  • Piazza Duomo and Duomo of Santa Maria Assunta: the unique shape of the ancient square crowned by the elegant Duomo will leave you breathless.
  • Admire the exterior of the Church of Santa Maria della Manna D’oro and Church of Santa Eufemia: built in two different periods and rich in details and history.
  • Take a 15-minute walk along the Passeggiata dei Condotti , a green corner in the very center of the old town.


  • Get to the famous Towers Bridge, once a Roman aqueduct, still joining the hill of Spoleto to the Monte Luco
  • From the panoramic spot close to the Towers Bridge you can also enjoy the exterior of the Albornoziana Fortess, once a papal castle, later turned into a prison, and now housing a museum.
  • Walk across the small Market Square, once the Roman Forum, a great location for people-watching.
  • Pass under the old Roman Arch of “Druso and Germanico”, the original entrance to the Roman Forum
  • From an iron grate located in Piazza della Repubblica you can also take a look at the remains of the Roman Theater, now preserved within the Archeological Museum.

* The duration of the tour is indicative: depending on your schedule, we can tailor the tour to your needs

OUR RATES: €130 up to 10 people


Other points of interests to be visited:

  • -Chiesa di Sant’Eufemia e Museo Diocesano
  • -Roman House
  • -Archeological Museum
  • -Chiesa di San Nicolò
  • -Piazza Garibaldi e Chiesa di San Gregorio Maggiore
  • -Chiesa di San Ponziano
  • -Chiesa di San Salvatore
  • -Chiesa di San Pietro fuori le mura
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