Spello or Hispellum, Umbria, Italy. An ancient town in the province of Perugia fascinates with marvelous architecture, compressed in a rather tiny area. Spello’s Medieval buildings, built on the Roman foundations, determine the dense web of small narrow streets.
Wherever you will go, it will lead you somewhere nice. Actually, it is even recommended to get lost in the streets of Spello – it enables you to feel the spirit of the village. Friendly and hospitable locals are always ready to chat and direct you. It seems that exploring the streets of Spello is a never ending adventure!
Why to go there?
A unique village, with rich architectural heritage from three eras: Roman, Medieval and Rennaisance.
The best routes:
Via Garibaldi runs right through the heart of an old town, where the churches, Town Hall, interesting galleries and boutiques are situated.
Simply wander the streets of Spello – each will lead you some place interesting and beautiful, whether it is a Medieval or Rennaisance architecture, cobblestone alleys or little stone bridges that connect the houses.
How to get there?
Get a train from Rome, Florence or Perugia. Get a taxi from Perugia’s airport, which is 30 km (18 mi) away.
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