Come with me to Todi to discover why this Umbrian hilltown has been baptized “the world’s most livable city.”
Perched on a double-crested hill overlooking the Tiber River, Todi commands splendid views in every direction.
Overlooking the valley below, a magnificent Renaissance church seems a stalwart guard near the entrance to Todi. Our stop here is the perfect introduction to Todi splendors.
Stately medieval civic palazzi encircle the main square, one of Umbria’s most charming piazzas, built on the site of Roman edifices.
Intriguing and even bizarre sculptures adorn a medieval church we’ll visit, dedicated to Todi’s patron saint, San Fortunato.