A brief history about Umbria
Located in central Italy, Umbria's name originates from the Umbri, an ancient tribe who arrived in the area around the 6th century BC. They prospered early, developing civilized towns to the east of the region, including Spoleto, Città di Castello, and the renowned Assisi. Several conquests followed: the Etruscans, the Romans, the Lombards, the dominance of the Papal States, the Kingdom of Italy, and finally In 1946, Umbria was integrated into the Italian Republic as a region with the two provinces of Perugia and Terni. However, throughout the centuries, Umbria has always remained a collection of serene historical villages, rich traditions, and spectacular scenery in its hills, mountains, valleys.