The Umbria region is located in central Italy and is exactly in the center of the peninsula. It bordersThe Marches, Lazio and Tuscany and is the only region of central and southern Italy not to be wet by the sea. In its territory is born the Tiber River (the river of Rome) and there is the Lake Trasimeno, the largest lake in south-central Italy and the fourth largest. Near Terni we can find the famous Marmore Waterfallwhose waters,of the torrent Vellino, flow into the Nera River with a jump of over 165 meters, making them one of the highest and beautiful waterfalls in Europe. The territory, with the exception of the two provincial capitals, Perugia and Terni, is dotted with small villages and medieval villages. Many of these have a long history that blends with spirituality, it is the birthplace of characters like St. Francis, St. Benedict and St. Clare. A naturalistic region that is home to the National Park of Monti Sibillini and six regional parks such as the Mount Subasio Park, the Park of Lake Trasimeno, the Tiber River Park and the Park of Colfiorito. Between the towns of artistic and cultural importance there are: Gubbio with its Palazzo dei Consoli and the Palazzo Ducale; Orvieto with its famous Cathedral and St. Patrick’s Well deeper than 60 meters;Assisi, birthplace of St. Francis, patron of Italy, home to the Basilica dedicated to him which is a world heritage site by UNESCO; Spoleto medieval city that hosts the Festival of Two Worlds, event of music, culture, entertainment and art organized every year; and finally Todi, Spello, Narni and Deruta.