On request
Umbria region is crossed by one of the main roads built by the Romans, the Via Flaminia. Fascinating traces of this flourishing civilization are visible along the trail of this consular road opened in 220 b.C.

The archaeological parks of the cities of Carsulae and Ocriculum, the ruins ofn the Augustus bridge in Narni, traces of ancient monuments and pavings, bridges and buildings nestled within the green Umbrian countryside and re-used for different purposes thorugh centuries create an exciting and mysterious itinerary.