Todi is a picturesque medieval hill town in Umbria, surrounded by medieval, Roman and Etruscan walls. Although it's a hill town, its center at the top of the hill is flat. The central piazza, originally the Roman forum, has several beautiful medieval buildings. Sights are close together and there are good places to linger, enjoying the views or the ambiance.
Todi is in the southern part of the Umbria region. Like neighboring Tuscany, Umbria is dotted with hill towns but has fewer tourists. It's easy to visit as a day trip from nearby towns like Spoleto (44km), Orvieto (38km), or Perugia (46km). Todi is near the Tiber River overlooking the Tiber Valley.
Tuderti or Todini
Marsciano, Narni Perugia, Spoleto, Orvieto,
• Piazza del Popolo,
• Palazzo del Capitano,
• The Duomo,
• Tempio di San Fortunato,
• Santa Maria della Consolazione
• Santa Maria in Camuccia
• The former Church of the Trinita'
• San Nicolo' de Cryptis
• Piazza del Mercato Vecchio,