Umbria
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4.5/5
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Churches and Cathedrals
亲亲宝贝1234A beautiful town on the top of the mountain, the evening scenery is so beautiful! The cathedral is very exquisite, and the interior decoration is gorgeous, but it's a pity not to let you take pictures! There happened to be an event held in the church. I watched it for a while. The outside scenery, the blue sky in the evening, accompanied by the sunset, is as beautiful as a picture!
4.2/5
10 Reviews
Churches and Cathedrals
suifeng2019Orvieto Cathedral is also a landmark here, and its architectural style is somewhat similar to that of Siena Church. We went late, the square was empty and the atmosphere suddenly became more solemn.
4/5
12 Reviews
Square
203***17Perugia is an ancient town with Gothic architecture. The square on November 4th can be a relatively large square in the local area. It may be that the whole city is a mountain city, so it is not easy to have such an open space. The building is very special, if you drive by yourself, it’s okay to check it out
4.7/5
9 Reviews
Canyon
TodemmyWhen we visited this place is early June and the only colors appear in meadow is green grass and yellow flower. It wasn''t colorful as the picture shown in TA. Maybe July is better time to see the peak of blooming flowers with many colors. However, this plain is surrounded by mountains and hills and field of lentils. We only stop for brief since it doesn''t live up our expectation. If come at the right time, this place is very beautiful.
4.5/5
6 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
爱爱李San Francesco Street is a good place for free walking and strolling. There are many small shops in the street. The opening hours here will be relatively late, and the opening hours are also quite late. It is a slow life. Don’t leave things alone, there will be no fakes. Goods appear here, very suitable for petty bourgeoisie choices.
4.3/5
7 Reviews
Churches and Cathedrals
M40***45The whole town of Assisi is like a fairy tale. Walking in it, you can't help but admire its exquisite beauty. When we entered the church, there were devout people praying, and there were ethereal and distant hymns in our ears, which made people calm down.

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