Walk of St. Francis with a dog from Assisi to Spoleto

6 days of excursion with your dog from Assisi
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Where and how to vacation with a dog in Umbria

Uncontaminated nature, places of art, spirituality and genuine flavors are the dominant notes of the Umbrian territory. Characterized by the presence of numerous natural parks, Umbria opens up to its visitors a nature that offers the possibility of practicing numerous sports such as dog trekking, cycling or simple country excursions toopen air in the company of your dog.

The discovery of the green territory of Umbria is also accompanied by the opportunity to practice bird watching and to taste the typical food and wine products of the region. The National park of the Sibillini Mountains it stands out as one of the privileged destinations of regional tourism thanks to the charm of the peaks, waterways and valleys that cross it.

Botany enthusiasts can admire the park's varied flora species. There is also the presence of a varied wildlife and a rich heritage made up of small medieval villages.

Do the holidays with a dog in Umbria offers many possibilities to live in the midst of nature and enjoy these paradises immersed in silence at relatively low costs. Cold cuts, black truffles and the excellent local extra virgin olive oil are the typical products of park of Lake Trasimeno.

The fascinating Colli del Trasimeno wine route offers a route that accompanies tourists on a journey full of flavors, history and culture. In fact, there are numerous small villages and historical re-enactments that intersect there. Assisi, Perugia e Orvieto exert a strong spiritual and cultural appeal for travelers from all over the world. The Basilica of San Francesco in Assisi stands out as the privileged destination thanks to the frescoes by Giotto, Cimabue, Pietro Lorenzetti and Simone Martini, a pity that dogs do not have access to it. Perugia, the city of chocolate and the summer jazz festival, houses masterpieces by the greatest artists of the Italian Middle Ages and Renaissance, including the famous Fontana Maggiore from the 200th century.

Ad Orvieto, in addition to the archaeological sites of the Etruscan era, is the famous Duomo of the city, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, to attract visitors from all over the world.