Heading north on the E45, the landscape changes slightly as you cross the border between Umbria and Tuscany. However, the beauty and charm of the area remains unaltered: green hills, sunflower fields, medieval hilltop villages and cities of art.
Assisi, home of Saint Francis, is a universal symbol of peace, a meeting point of different races, cultures and religions as well as a city of art. The Cathedral of Saint Francis, part of the human heritage, is a masterpiece of architecture and Roman and Gothic art with names such as Cimabue, Giotto, Pietro Lorenzetti and Simone Martini.
Spello, founded by the Umbrian people and then a Roman colony, has art treasure such as the Collegiata, the oldest temple, rich with paintings by Perugino and Pinturicchio.
Not far from the Agriturismo, you visit the Marmore Waterfalls of Roman origins. In the opposite direction, you can reach Tuscany and explore its many beautiful towns including: Arezzo, Cortona, Siena and the Chianti area, very popular with tourists, suitable for day trips.