Love Umbria Tours can organise the perfect à-la-carte One Day Tour for you and your group, in Umbria and Tuscany.

Thinking of a Classic Sightseeing Vacation? Why not spicing it up and have it coincide with one of the many Italian Summer Festivals and Concerts? Umbria and Tuscany are famous worldwide for great cultural events, such as Umbria Jazz, the Spoleto Festival, Lucca Summer Festival and Festival Puccini, just to mention a few.

Guided Walking Tours are also a great way to soak up the unique atmosphere of Italian cities: Assisi, Spoleto, Spello, Orvieto and Perugia, in Umbria. Florence, Siena, San Gimignano, Lucca in Tuscany and of course Rome, the eternal city.

Food and Wine Tours in Montalcino, Montepulciano, Montefalco and Orvieto; Italian Cooking Lessons with professional Chefs or expert home cooks; Truffle Hunting Excursions in the forests of central Italy.

So get in touch today – we look forward to hearing from you!

A Wine Tour in Umbria: 1 Day to discover Umbria’s wines

  • Visit the wineries and vineyards of famous wine-producing areas, such as Montefalco, Bevagna, Torgiano, Orvieto, Todi, Spoleto and Trasimeno;
  • Sample and compare wines from different producers;
  • Discover the interesting history of the native Sagrantino grape and be surprised by new varieties and eclectic styles.

Gourmet Tours in Umbria and Tuscany – Italy

  • Visit small Farms and taste their fantastic produce, such as goat or sheep (Pecorino) cheese;
  • Enjoy extra-virgin olive oil tastings at family-run Estates in Umbria or Tuscany;
  • Combine food and wine, with private visits to some of the best Wineries of our region.

Assisi Guided Tour

  • Visit Assisi’s famous Basilica of St.Francis, one of Italy’s most visited churches;
  • Admire beautiful, medieval piazzas and alleys;
  • Soak in the atmosphere of one of Italy’s most important pilgrimage sites, only second to Rome.

Gubbio and Frasassi Caves

  • See Gubbio’s famous Piazza Grande and its grand Palaces;
  • Visit the church of San Francesco and the Cathedral;
  • Admire the amazing Frasassi Caves, one of Italy’s unmissable sights.

Spello Guided Tour

  • See Spello’s newly-opened Villa of Mosaics dating back to Roman times;
  • Visit the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore with Pinturicchio’s fresco cycle, within the Cappella Bella;
  • Admire Spello’s intact Roman Walls and Gates.

Perugia Guided Tour

  • See Perugia’s famous Fontana Maggiore, the Rocca Paolina and the Etruscan gates;
  • Admire Perugia’s beautiful, medieval piazzas and alleys;
  • Soak in the atmosphere of one of Italy’s most elegant towns.

Spoleto Guided Tour, Umbria

  • Visit the Duomo (Cathedral), one of Umbria’s most beautiful romanesque churches;
  • Admire the beautiful piazzas and narrow medieval streets;
  • Walk to the top of the town to see the Ponte delle Torri and the 14th century Fortress.

Orvieto Guided Tour

  • Visit Orvieto’s stunning Duomo, one of Europe’s greatest gothic Cathedrals;
  • Admire Orvieto’s beautiful squares and quiet alleys;
  • Soak in the atmosphere of one of Umbria’s most popular hilltop towns.

Siena Walking Tour

  • Visit Siena’s famous Duomo, one of Italy’s greatest cathedrals
  • Admire the beautiful Piazza del Campo
  • Soak in the atmosphere of one of Italy’s most fascinating cities

Florence Guided Tour

 

  • Visit the Duomo, one of Italy’s greatest cathedrals and the Baptistery doors;
  • Admire beautiful Piazza della Signoria;
  • Visit the Accademia Gallery to see some of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, such as his David

San Gimignano and Volterra Full-day Tour

  • See San Gimignano’s famous Medieval Towers and Volterra’s Roman theatre;
  • Admire beautiful Renaissance frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli, inside St.Augustine’s church;
  • Soak in the atmosphere of two of Italy’s most visited towns.

Guided Tours of Rome – The Eternal City

  • Visit the Colosseum, Roman Forum and walk on the Palatine Hill;
  • Explore some of the highlights of the city center (such as the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and Pantheon);
  • Visit some of Rome’s most peculiar sites, such as the Mouth of the Truth, the Key Hole and the Bones’ Church.

Fly Fishing in Umbria and Tuscany

  • Fish into “fly-fishing only” areas in the beautiful italian regions of Umbria or Tuscany;
  • Be accompanied by a professional, English speaking local guide;
  • Be provided with all fly fishing equipment, licenses, tickets and permits.

Cycling, Walking and Hiking Tours in Umbria

  • Enjoy an active day out, with one of our expert English speaking, local guides or independently, with the help of Love Umbria’s detailed road maps;
  • Enjoy a picnic lunch of Umbrian specialties in the countryside;
  • Explore Umbria’s villages, tranquil meadows, woods and olive groves.