Civil Ceremony in Umbria
Umbria is one of the smallest regions in Italy, and the only landlocked and not bordered by other states. It is located in the heart of "boot" and is bordered by Tuscany to the north-west and west, Latium (Lazio) - to the south and Marche - on the north and east. The region's capital city of Perugia, named after the painter Perugino, Raphael's great teachers, is located on a hill in the picturesque open spaces. Provinces of Umbria are only two - Perugia (it.Perugia) and Terni (it. Terni). The main tourist towns of Umbria are Perugia, Assisi, Orvieto, Terni, Spoleto, Gubbio and Narni.
Many people consider Umbria the "sister" of Tuscany. They have common historical past, the breathtaking sceneries and mysterious medieval towns. Naturally, each of these regions has its undeniable merits.
Umbria is called the "green heart" of Italy for its divine marvelous nature: dense green mountains, sun-drenched hills, emerald lakes, vast fields.
Umbria is a perfect destination for wedding in countryside, for wedding on the hills, for wedding among divine nature.
Perugia (it. Perugia) is a capital of Umbria (it. Umbria). It is famous between lovers of chocolate and lovers of jazz from all over the world. They come to Perugia in October for Umbria Jazz Festival and in July – for Eurochocolate Festival.
The old town of Perugia is surrounded by the ancient Etruscan and Medieval walls.
Orvieto is a very ancient small town in Umbria. It is very popular because of its excellent location between the cities of art: Rome and Florence.
Its peculiarity lies also in the fact that it stands on a hill of volcanic tuff, pierced by many caves, wells and tunnels of all historical periods, from the Etruscan to the Middle Ages until the 17th century and later. The hill is slowly crumbling, and massive engineering constructions were built to strengthen.