Umbria is one of Italy's smallest regions, sitting in the shadow of its more famous neighbor, Tuscany. It is a very green area with beautiful hill towns of its own and an expanse of history. The many Umbrian hills and mountains cast shadows over river valleys lined with chestnut groves and elm forests. This landlocked region's medieval character takes you back to the mystery of the Dark Ages.

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"We saw more of Italy in 8 days than most people see in 10 or more days. Best of all it was just us to go at our own pace. My husband kept saying to me, 'This is the way to go.'" - Mary C., March 2007