The Castle Village of Todi
3-Day Todi Castle Stay Experience – Italy
Live like a baron and stay in an opulent castle that is perched on hills surrounded by rolling fields overlooking medieval villages. You have arrived in the photogenic Todi, where it is a lot quieter than in neighbouring Tuscany, but equally as spell bounding. You’ll use your castle, with its long driveway lined by cypress trees, as a base to visit the castle villages of Orvieto and Assisi in surrounding Umbria.
- Accommodation – price based on 2 people sharing
- 2 x breakfast
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Today you’ll arrive at your castle abode for the next few nights. Driving up the cypress lined road you get a feel for the opulence that awaits you inside. The rooms have medieval furnishings and views from your balcony looking out over the rolling landscape, helping you to imagine yourself in the Middle Ages. The castle is located about 6 kilometres from the village of Todi and if you have the energy, climbing Todi’s bell tower at the end of the day will give you the best views over the valley.
Castles and Villages around Todi, South Umbria
Today is free for you to do as you please, but getting up and leaving early is advised, as there is a lot to see in the area. Even the journeys can take longer than predicted, as you take the time to drive past places with views of medieval castles and hilltop villages around Todi. Start in Orvieto, a charming town about an hour away, and walk among its colourful Duomo, atmospheric piazzas and flower-decked palazzos. In the narrow streets of the village, you will find several shops selling sandwiches and local cheeses for a picnic later in the day. After working up a sweat and climbing through castles, you can cool off in one of the various lakes that you will encounter along the way.
After another castle breakfast in Todi, you can travel to the capital Rome in about 3 hours to either fly home or continue your journey through the empire. You can also travel further along the winding country roads and end up in Tuscany or Piemonte.
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