You can walk freely along the Corso Garibaldi then coming to the Main Square, Scipio Scipio, where they can enjoy in all its beauty, the natural amphitheater that lies at the foot of the city: the crown that marks the Apennines as a collar on the Tiber river basin, to the north by Mount La Verna and south with the Sibylline. The parallel to Via Garibaldi is characterized by a Medieval walkway highly suggestive, accessible to all.

San Michele Arcangelo: built around the 1680, to see the beautiful bell 1269, "Madonna and Child" of the school of Giovanni della Robbia and a fine Crucifixion panel, dated 1570, with its wooden altar Pomarancio. Accessible with a guide to the presence of architectural barriers.

Church of St. Francis (1316): with a panel in tempera of the "Deposition" Pomarancio and the "Christ in Glory" Raffaellino of the Hill, The church is wheelchair accessible.

Monastery of the Clausura S.S. Crucifix: care as a 1km Citerna near La Verna, dates back to 1300. It is immersed in the peace and tranquility of nature mysticism consists of typical Umbrian Italian pines and oak trees, that give off a scent of wild ancient energy. You can go to church with an accompanying.

Sanctuary of Petriolo: in the fraction of Fighille, is wheelchair accessible.

Of the district 'Upper Tiber Valley
Piazza Matteotti – Lodges Bufalini – 06012 Town of Castle
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