UNESCO World Heritage Site, Urbino, located in Marche region of Italy is a picturesque medieval hillside town, truly a gem of the great Renaissance times. Also known as the birthplace of Raphael, famous Renaissance artist and architect, read more on how to spend half a day and its importance as the Renaissance centre of the arts.
Spending a day at this astonishing UNESCO World Heritage Site is definitely worth the drive to Umbria. From medieval architecture, to the many frescoes and art pieces you’ll find in the basilica and churches, delicious Umbrian cuisines and ending the day at the fortress ruins, the Rocca Maggiore for an Instagram worth picture.
Located near Terni, Umbria, the Cascata delle Marmore or Marmore Falls is a man-made waterfall created by the ancient Romans, standing at 165 m (541 feet).