To see the Ceri you have to reach the Basilica of Sant'Ubaldo on the top of Mount Ingino, on foot or more comfortably by cable car. To understand what the Ceri represent you have to discover the ancient city at the foot of Mount Ingino: Gubbio.
On the borders of Umbria and Tuscany, closed between Lake Trasimeno, Mount Amiata and the Orvieto's Crete, there is a land made of gentle hills and timeless villages linked to the "Divine Painter": Pietro Vannucci, known as Perugino.
The origin of Orvieto dates back to very distant times, when the geological background that characterized the entire central part of the Italian peninsula was that of a large expanse of water that with the years saw parts of [...]
San Gemini is part of the circuit of the most beautiful villages in Italy; has always maintained the charm of the small medieval village and a walk through its narrow streets offers enchanting views where time seems to have stopped...