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Umbria is second only to Tuscany in popularity with foreign tourists and real estate investors.
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Umbria Villas & Rentals
Umbria real estate continues to gain momentum, as an increasing number of foreign investors turn to this relatively affordable region in Italy. Unlike its more expensive sister Tuscany, homebuyers on a budget can find older stone farmhouses as well as rural Umbria villas set to a gorgeous natural backdrop. Some have been restored, others still require some upgrades, but are otherwise a bargain.
If you're in the market for something a little more lavish, you can also buy or rent ancient castles, monasteries, wineries and larger stone houses, many of which comes with fabulous extras like an outdoor pool, mature landscaping, and garden terraces.
Umbria, Italy is the most unique region of Italy as it is not only one of the smallest Italian regions and the only peninsular region that is landlocked. Bordered by Marche to the east, Tuscany to the north, and Lazio to the southeast Umbria, Italy real estate is well connected to the rest of the country via train.
If that wasn't enough, the locals are friendly and hospitable. Immerse yourself in the best of traditional culture. Umbria hosts a number of festivals every year including its world famous jazz festival, the Palio dei Terzieri, and the Mercato delle Gaite.
A visit to the ancient mountain town of Spoleto offers old world churches and castles. Gubbio is one of the region's oldest cities featuring some architecture that can only be described as other worldly.
The region also is host to expert pork butchers.
Regional Specialties: Strangozzi (pasta), Castelluccio lentils, Chianini cattle, Sagrantino di Montefalco (wine), Montefalco Rosso (wine), Torgiano Rosso (wine), Black truffles of Norcia.
Good to Know:
- Umbria’s valleys are interlaced with numerous rivers and is also home to Italy's largest lake.
- The capital city of Perugia is home to a thriving University culture and is a welcome change from wandering amongst the regions’s 2700 year old towns.
- Umbria is also well known for using the expensive and addictive tartufo, or truffle, in much of its cuisine.
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