luxury location for meetings events and conferences a Perugia in Umbria
Umbria is appropriately known as, the Green Heart of Italy. due to its geographical position, its stunning landscapes and picturesque hill towns that overlook lush green valleys.
The region offers a rich combination of blending landscape and culture, history and art, and boasts
a wide enogastronomic offer. Umbria provides guided tours discovering the best typical wineries with tastings of local wines, and excursions all around the countryside to the biological farms to taste some local excellent products such as, olive oil, cheeses and honey. Umbria is also known for the many marvellous places to visit and for the suggestive beauty of the sacred sites
Beautiful and evocative locations, such as Assisi, can be prestigious venues for congresses and events. With its facilities equipped with cutting-edge technology and highly qualified multilingual personnel the meeting center of the Hotel Valle di Assisi is the perfect location for conventions and team building activities. A few kilometers from the Basilica of San Francesco , Patron Saint of Italy, the Valle di Assisi also boasts a private estate of 70 hectares where you can relax and walk on the quiet country roads that surround the property. On the outskirts of Gubbio, a vast 17th-century monastery has been renovated into a conference center: and ideal location to plan your incentive and team building activities in its art, history, and evocative landscape. Historic houses are the perfect venue for both business and private events, such as Palazzo della Porta, which dates back to the end of 15th century or the recently restructured, Villa Benveduti, a luxurious country villa with the history that dates back to 1700, just a few kilometres from the enchanting medieval town of Gubbio. These sumptuous properties feature event spaces consisting of banquet facilities, conference and meeting rooms. A must see for nature lovers is Lake Trasimeno, located in the green heart of Umbria, central Italy's largest lake. The protected area of the Trasimeno National Park still has the remains of Etruscan settlements. Moving on from the lake we come to the stunning Marmore Falls, with a spectacular drop, the tallest man-made waterfall in the world, surrounded by lush vegetation. This is a spot for sports lovers who enjoy canoeing, kayaking, and much more.