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Centro Storico

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Centro Storico

216 Reviews
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Montefalco, Middle Ages & Wine – Artistic and Enogastronomic Tour

Montefalco, home of the famous Montefalco and Sagrantino wines, is called “Umbrian Balcony” because of its spectacular position on a hill overlooking the wonderful Umbrian Valley, but it is also famous for its history and artistic wonders!<br>Walking along the beautifully preserved medieval walls, you will reach the fascinating church of Sant’Agostino, decorated by the famous Gothic painter Ambrogio Lorenzetti.<br>Piazza del Comune, the main square of Montefalco, is located at the top of the hill and is surrounded by amazing palaces built in the Middle Ages.<br>You will then visit the wonderful church-museum of Saint Francis, where you will admire important frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli, depicting the Stories of the life of Saint Francis, and by Perugino, Raphael’s master, who painted here a beautiful Nativity Scene.<br>Finally, you will enjoy typical Italian and Umbrian products thanks to a fantastic Tasting Menu: excellent local cheeses and salami, accompanied by the unmissable Montefalco wine!
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KatrinaMolini wrote a review Jun 2020
Corciano, Italy7,307 contributions6,661 helpful votes
We live in Umbria, so we are very familiar with local Italian medieval towns. We also love Sagrantino wine and have been in a bunch of wineries for tours and tastings in Montefalco, but somehow we never visited Montefalco’s historical center. We decided to make a day trip out of it and it was absolutely fantastic! We strolled the town (which is very small), went to the point of view, visited Complesso Museale di San Francesco with stunning frescoes (please don’t miss this hidden gem), sat down for a lovely aperitif on the main square and then had a fabulous dinner at Locanda del Teatro! Such a fantastic day! There are plenty of wine stores (we compared prices for some wines that we knew and they were a bit higher than the same wines at the local supermarket or directly from the winery, so we didn’t buy anything), gift shops (with magnets, ceramics from Deruta and other things) and lovely cafés. Charming town that I highly suggest to visit.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Ian C wrote a review Nov 2019
Guildford, United Kingdom17 contributions7 helpful votes
Picturesque centre of town with good selection of restaurants and bars - plenty of places to sit out and take in the atmosphere whilst sitting in the sun
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Date of experience: October 2019
Robert C wrote a review May 2019
Mt Eliza, Australia499 contributions164 helpful votes
Montefalco was recommended by our hosts in Spoleto as a good example of a restored walled town with adequate parking, great wine shops and cafes, and without the hassle of large tour groups. It turned out to be a perfect spot for quiet sightseeing with wonderful views across the region from the viewing area at the top of the town. Recommended.
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Date of experience: May 2019
Johndot_12 wrote a review Apr 2019
Salisbury, United Kingdom309 contributions64 helpful votes
So many hilltop towns are beautiful to look at from a distance, but disappointing to visit internally. Montefalco is not one of those! It is a spectacular town full of things to see and do. Everything happens here and it is a vibrant town which is generously shared with visitors. It has local, now famous, wine and outstanding oilve oil to boost its attraction. There are plenty of walking options within the towns walls and several open churches to visit. See the square, take the wine and oil- yo7 will never be disappointed. It is not known as the balcony of umbria for nothing with its lengthy outward views towards Bevagna, Trevi, Spoleto, Spello, Assisi and Perugia!
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Date of experience: April 2019
IssyE wrote a review Mar 2019
Tel Aviv154 contributions78 helpful votes
this is a nice little town , great for wine base but not a must stop, the valley around and the wineries are amazing.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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