Breakfast in hotel.
You will meet the tour guide, Emilio Marchese.
Departure for Spello .
Visit to Villa Fidelia , also known as Villa Costanzi, which preserves traits of the pre-existining sacred complex, dating back to the classic period. Built between 1805 and 1830, for many experts, it was designed by Giuseppe Piermarini. Villa Fidelia is surrounded by a park which features Italian gardens, located on the slopes of Subasio Mluntain, and a baroque garden. Elms, Oaks, and Olive trees surround the gardens: There is also a church and an orangery designed as an area for housing exhibitions and conferences. Later on visit to Spello, which retains the traits of the Roman era such as the city walls, the remains of the theater, the amphitheater, the thermal baths and the main gates of the city. Visit to Saint Maria Maggiore’s church built between the XII and XIII century. It houses the wonderful Baglioni Chapel painted by Pinturicchio, who also produced images of the Annunciation, the Nativity and the Dispute of the Temple. Other works of the painter can be found at the chapel of Crociera. Stop at Saint Andrew’s Church, which preserves another famous work by Pinturicchio ( “Tavoli, Madonna and Santi” Tables, Virgin Mary and Saints), and the Town Hall located in Repubblica Square which has a wonderful colonnade. Time for lunch (not included).
In the afternoon, transfer to Bevagna and guided tour of the old town center, included Silvestri Square, and the two Romanesque jewels: Saint Silvestro’s Church, and Saint Michele Arcangelo’ s Church.
At the end of the visit, return to Perugia, and dinner.