We are on one of the warmest summer ever here in Tuscany and Umbria. Here we are for you few ideas to stay Fresh!

It was built in 1527 by Antonio da Sangallo, by the will of Pope Clement VII for the water supply of the city of Orvieto. 53 meters deep, it boasts a double spiral staircase consisting of 248 steps each and is illuminated by 72 large windows 

To book: https://www.sistemamuseo.it/ita/2/musei/31/orvieto-umbria-pozzo-di-san-patrizio/

  • Visit the undergrounds of Chiusi which leads you to discover the narrow tunnels created by the etruschi. You can admire 200 urns complete with inscriptions!

 The visit of the underground part of the museum takes place only with the guide, lasts about 40 minutes for a maximum of 10 visitors. From 19/01/2021 the Museum remains open on: Tuesday and Wednesday 14-17 Thursday and Friday 10-13 / 14-17. More info and bookings at https://visitchiusi.it/en/


  • An hike at le Crocette, Sarteano. Length of 1.25 km, low difficulty, maximum height 836 m. Standing the spreaders …the path starts in front of the equipped area which can be easily reached from Sarteano following the signs. https://www.wikiloc.com/trails/hiking/italy/tuscany/sarteano


  • A splash at the cold pool of Sarteano, Parco delle Piscine! With baby club! All served by the ‘Santa Lucia’ spring which earned its name thanks to the old folk belief claiming that this water had therapeutic properties for the eyesight. The spring water has a constant temperature of approximately 24 degrees, the water is not recycled and has restorative properties since it helps eliminate impurities from the skin. To book: +39 0578 26971 https://www.parcodellepiscine.it/
Ways to stay cool in Tuscany and Umbria Today

Ways to stay cool in Tuscany and Umbria Today