TODI. Todi is situated on a hill dominating the convergance of the River Naia and the River Tiber, at the centre of a delightful hill landscape. The heart of Todi is Piazza del Popolo, a splendid rectangular space with buildings that symbolize spiritual and municipal life. The Duomo (cathedral), consecrated to the Madonna of the Annunciation, Palazzo dei Priori (Priors’ Palace) of medieval appearance and the Italian-gothic Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo (The Captain’s Palace).
FROM TODI TO PERUGIA. From Todi continue on the E45 motorway towards Perugia. Monte Castello di Vibio (the next exit) is well worth a visit, famous for the smallest theatre in the world. Inaugurated in 1808 the Concordia Theatre is truly made-to-measure, 99 seats shared between stalls and boxes, the stalls are built completely in wood.
Continuing along the E45 we reach Perugia. city of art and of a culture that dates back to ancient times. The centre of the artistic city is the magnificent Piazza IV Novembre onto which front the Palazzo dei Priori (Priors’ Palace), which houses the National Gallery of Umbria containing a major collection of works of art by Umbrian artists.
FROM TODI TO ORVIETO. From Todi continue along the SS448 towards Orvieto. In the vicinity of Ponte take the SS205. In harmony with the tufa rock on which it is built, Orvieto is an exceptional example of the integration between nature and the work of mankind. Visiting the city of Orvieto is like travelling through history because in this defined space you can find traces of every era for almost 3 millenia.