In our country still not very well-known region, which is located in the central part of the country, also has the nickname as the Green Heart of Italy. And there is nothing to be amazed; the countryside is dominated by forests, waterfalls, lakes, valleys and rolling hills, where you can find countless distinctive historic towns and castles, literally hiding art treasures. It was named after one of the oldest Italian tribes, and many cities were founded by Etruscan. In addition to the green heart, Umbria is often named as the Holy Land, Benedict and St. Paul. Frantisek of Assisi were born here. The local cuisine includes truffles, excellent game processing, olive oil production, as well as chocolate and desserts. Wine tasting is Orvieto and Montefalco. More at http://www.umbriaturismo.org/.