From the parking lot of Blessed Angelo Piazza (Former Gardens Mavarelli) take the elevator accessible to all (There is also a ramp for access). Stands at the exit of the apse Church of San Francesco. Turning to the left is a small steep slope that leads to Piazza Soprammuro, the city's scenic lookout with benches.
In the square you can admire the Palazzo del Podesta and Civic Tower, locations of the attractive Museum Emigration “Peter Conti”, accessible with a ramp . A destra, passing under an arch, we arrive at Square Martyrs of Liberty, where they are located on the main City, accessible to all, l’Info Point, accessible as the road plan, the Church of San Francesco (with staff of the Museums always present during the opening hours) and Cathedral Basilica of St. Benedict.
Martyrs Square, Italy walking course in the direction of the former hospital, you can reach Piazza Garibaldi first (on the left) and then, Storelli and along St. George Street Franco Mancini, public gardens with benches and a play area for children. From there, along the slope of V on July, we arrive at Rocca Flea, fortress restored by Frederick II in the thirteenth century and home to the Civic Museum, accessible to all.
If you want you can also park at the parking of Piazza Mazzini (There is a lift available to all) Course and continue along the Piave, recently repaved, where in the right path to meet the Church of San Donato and Church of St. Mary of the Recommended.
Nature Trails
Sources of Rocchetta: lie just above the town of Gualdo Tadino, ad a 1 km from the center, the homonymous gorge from which springs the famous Rocchetta water. Parking underneath the park. Large equipped area around the pools, with bar and public gardens with benches.
Park of San Guido: from the Rocca Flea, take the S.P. Valsorda. After about 1 km. turn left. Possibility of walks in the pine forest. These benches and games for children.
Valsorda: going up to five km from San Guido. to the mountain, opens one of the most picturesque valleys of Umbria-Marche Apennines. Ample parking and walking. Three shelters (for information: tel.: 075 9150266 – 267) and a play area for children.
Hermitage Serrasanta: Valsorda the climb for about 3 km. to the top of Mount Serrasanta (tarred road to the Belvedere and dirt in the last section), where there is an ancient hermitage, recently restaurato. It’ Apennines authentic green terrace that opens onto the Valley of the Flaminia, from which you can see Mount Subasio, Perugia and Lake Trasimeno. The Hermitage, from its 1348 meters above sea level, originates from an ancient Benedictine hermitage (XI-XII century) and keeps inside of Luca della Robbia ceramics.
For images we thank the Press Office of the City of Gualdo Tadino and the IAT Gubbio


The data on the accessibility of art historical sites, structures and pathways are presented in detail in the description of the same.



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