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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Establishment
“High quality dance club with great guests (djs and bands) every saturday. Check out the calendar on www.serendpt.it”
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“At this centre you will find a great supermarket, pharmacy and most of what you need whilst you are here.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Route
“The Clitunno is a river flowing in Umbria, a tributary of Sand Martin. In 2011 UNESCO included the temple that stands on its banks a World Heritage Site. Near the springs it was built a park in 1852 and created an artificial lake.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Place of Worship
“Tempietto paleocristiano di origine romana (ricostruito nel medioevo) facente parte del sito seriale "Longobardi in Italia: i luoghi del potere", comprendente sette luoghi densi di testimonianze architettoniche, pittoriche e scultoree dell'arte longobarda, iscritto alla Lista dei patrimoni dell'umanità dell'UNESCO. La costruzione che si affaccia sulle rive del fiume Clitunno, è in ottimo stato di conservazione e conserva gli affreschi più antichi dell'Umbria. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Lodging
“Marco and his staff have a lovely outdoor eating are in the warmer months, giving you a taste of local piazza life. In winter indoors is great for lunch”
  • 4 locals recommend
Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
“excellent fish restaurant ,lovely owners,generally quiet,just off piazza del comune”
  • 2 locals recommend
Museum
“Great place to witness some local medieval art. Also next door to the olive oil museum.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Lodging
“ At 1000 m. of altitude, in an old eighteenth century farmhouse. Rural gastronomy exclusively family management, where Mrs. Marsilia offers for 40 years the best local dishes. Always cooking what the area has to offer: first truffles, but also local pecorino cheese, grilled meats, all accompanied by excellent wines of Montefalco. For me the best”
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
Bar
“We recommend this restaurant for those special occasions and for the quality of the food. Chef Danielle uses only fresh, local produce and creates all dishes with great attention and passion. Some gluten free dishes. Dine on the terrace or inside. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“some say the best pizza in Umbria, great prices and friendly staff- the locals love it.Outside in summer, upstairs dining otherwise...... in the early evening you can also get take-out pizza slices in the small room below.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Excellent cuisine in a beautiful space, terrace eating in summer - a must if you love back truffles! Strongly advised to book in advance”
  • 2 locals recommend
Doctor's Office
“HISTORY Founded by the Romans, it was an important town along the Via Flaminius. At the fall of the Roman Empire, having already been Christianised by Bishop Emiliano, it was occupied by the Longobards and included in the Duchy of Spoleto. During the Middle Ages Trevi was ruled by Foligno and Spoleto. Political and military instability continued until the 16th century when, after domination by various lords (Trinci, Michelotti, Sforza), Trevi became part of the Papal States and remained under their domination, except for the brief Napoleonic period, until 1860. ART, CULTURE, ENVIRONMENT Immersed in olive plantations, Trevi offers evidence of its Roman period in the mighty town walls (1st century BC) that encircle the historical centre; and the period of the Middle Ages can be seen in the three city gates: Porta del Bruscito, Porta del Cieco, Porta S. Fabiano, and the archway, Arco del Mostaccio. Leading from the walls that enclose the town is the Passeggiata, a magnificent avenue of 800 metres on level ground, that gives a striking panorama onto the valley below. Among the most interesting religious buildings are the church of Sant'Emiliano (12th century), with the altar of the Sacramento by Rocco da Vicenza (1522) and 16th-century frescoes attributed to Francesco Melanzio. Also worthy of a visit is the Gothic church of San Francesco from 1200; and in the 15th-century Palazzo Comunale, town hall, is the Pinacoteca art gallery with a Madonna by Pintoricchio and a Incoronazione di Maria by Lo Spagna. The church and the Pinacoteca, together with the Town Museum and the Archelogical Collection, make up the Raccolta d'Arte di S. Francesco, a collection set up in 1996 in a part of the ex-Convento di S. Francesco. The Raccolta includes the Museo della Civiltà dell'Ulivo that is the first public museum dedicated to olives and olive oil in Europe, which was created to give value to Trevi's centuries-old tradition. Of interest are the richly decorated palaces such as the Collegio Etiopico Pontificio (16th century) frescoed by Federico Zuccari; Casa Petrucci (1500s); Palazzo Valenti (1500s); Palazzo della Prepositura Valenti (mid 1600s); and Renaissance Palazzo Lucarini, home to Trevi Flash Art Museum of contemporary art. In the vicinity worthy of a visit is the church of the Madonna delle Lacrime, which was erected in 1487 to commemorate a miracle and that has a fresco by Perugino. In the hamlet of Bovara is the oldest olive tree in Umbria, 9 metres high and reckoned as 1700 years old. It is known as the tree of Sant'Emiliano because according to tradition in 304, the future patron saint of the town, was tied to it and martyred. Of particular environmental interest is the course of the Clitunno river, known for its clear fresh waters, through the exceptional landscape of the Southern Umbrian (or Spoleto) Valley. ”
  • 13 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Vendita prodotti locali: olio, formaggi, legumi....dal produttore al consumatore”
  • 1 local recommends

Top restaurants

Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
“excellent fish restaurant ,lovely owners,generally quiet,just off piazza del comune”
  • 2 locals recommend
Bar
“We recommend this restaurant for those special occasions and for the quality of the food. Chef Danielle uses only fresh, local produce and creates all dishes with great attention and passion. Some gluten free dishes. Dine on the terrace or inside. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“some say the best pizza in Umbria, great prices and friendly staff- the locals love it.Outside in summer, upstairs dining otherwise...... in the early evening you can also get take-out pizza slices in the small room below.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Excellent cuisine in a beautiful space, terrace eating in summer - a must if you love back truffles! Strongly advised to book in advance”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends

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