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Remote region in the east of Umbria offers a unique landscape, which is...

Remote region in the east of Umbria offers a unique landscape, which is considered one of the most beautiful areas in Italy.

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Another side of Italy.

Long before the range of calendar dates suitable for indicating the time of my visit were available for competing this review I had a chance to visit and see these mountains many... read more

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Akron, Ohio

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Akron, Ohio
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Long before the range of calendar dates suitable for indicating the time of my visit were available for competing this review I had a chance to visit and see these mountains many years ago while staying in a small village called Pretare during the summer. Pretare is close to the larger mountain called Monte Vittore which people I knew did... More 

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Toowoomba, Australia
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Reviewed 30 September 2015

we took the long way from Assisi to Rome so we could drive through this beautiful region of Italy - well worth it!

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Brookline, Massachusetts
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Reviewed 14 August 2013

We cut through the park thinking that it might be a nice drive when going from one coast of Italy to the other. Little did we know it would turn into our favorite part of the trip! We stopped at Norcia and the tourist office there told us we must go to Casteluccio for lunch. Were they right! The area... More 

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New Westminster, Canada
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Reviewed 6 June 2013 via mobile

Came down here as a day trip from the Gubbio area. Drove to Norcia, then gradually looped through the park back through Visso. A nice twisty road with almost no traffic. The sky was full of dark thunderheads which added a sense of forboding to the wonderfully desolate and stark surroundings. Despite this, we managed to avoid any serious rain... More 

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Sydney, Australia
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Reviewed 26 August 2012

Monti Sibillini (refer to individual village reviews for photos) Like many others we did a long day trip around the villages that make up Monte Sibillini - about 8 hours in total in early June of 2012. The roads from the east coast were easy to drive & even though we had sat nav the sigh posting was easy to... More 

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Tampa, Florida
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Reviewed 19 October 2011

My husband and I drove through the Monti Sibillini national park as part of our week-long trip to Umbria in October 2011. We stayed in Torgiano, a small village just outside Perugia, and spent roughly 6 hours driving through southeastern Umbria. Here are our tips for visiting the park, including the cities of Norcia, Casteluccio, and Visso. The southern highway... More 

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Reviewed 24 June 2008

The Sibillini national park protects the wildlife and medieval villages in this beautiful stretch of the Apennine Mountains of Le Marche and Umbria. There are stunning rivers, waterfalls, caves, gorges and lakes within easy reach of the villa plus local information centres where you can find out more about the tracks and trails, the abbeys and monasteries. This high range... More 

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