Spoleto is a real gem of Umbria, rich in ancient art, to be explored with a private guide. Visit privately in a three hour tour the splendid Duomo and the Roman Theater, and enjoy an exclusive tour that will take you back in time and that will let you learn more about this incredible place.
Private guided visit in Spoleto city center, important fortified Umbrian settlement. The historic center has maintained its medieval appearance, although traces of its Roman heritage are still visible. You will spend pleasant 3 hours exploring the alleys of the city with an expert guide.
You will meet your private guide in the centre of Spoleto, to start your three-hour tour. The town's greatest monument is the Cathedral, built in the Romanesque style in the 12th century, it was subsequently modified with the addition of a Renaissance portico to the facade, which is decorated with amazing Bizantine mosaic. Inside are many excellent works of art, including a fresco of the Madonna and Saints by Pinturicchio, the bronze bust of Urban VIII by Bernini, and an extraordinary fresco cycle by Filippo Lippi.
Your walking tour with the guide will continue through the streets of the city. You will learn from this three-hour tour that Spoleto was an important strategic and military center. One of the most rapresentative is Ponte delle Torri, a bridge 80 meters high and 230 meters long supported by ten pointed arches. An ancient Roman aqueduct rebuilt in the 1300s, it links the Rocca Albornoziana, overlooking the town.
Goethe celebrated Spoleto and its attractions, Herman Hesse called it "the most beautiful discovery made in Italy". You can enjoy this country immersed in Umbrian nature too: you will only have to book this extraordinary three-hour private tour. Your guide will be a local expert of art, culture and history, so that you will feel free to ask as many questons as you want.
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
We suggest wearing comfortable clothes and shoes. In summer, remember to bring a hat and a bottle of water; in autumn/winter, don't forget an umbrella.