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We were in Montefalco and bought a ticket to see a church and a museum. The ticket also included entrance to many other museums including Bevanga and Trevi. We went and saw the other two as well. The inside of the San Francesco church is...More
We headed to Trevi as we were staying nearby in Spello and were considering a home exchange nearby. We didn't think it would be any comparison to the upscale and well cared for Spello, and in some ways it was true. But as we stumbled...More
Looks like a beautiful church high upon a hill overlooking Perugia, Spello but it was closed. Loved the town of Trevi but as someone else said, it is somewhat abandoned. Perhaps because it was mid August and lots were taking "Ferie".
This church has so much to offer. While it is no longer a working church, and is the home of conferences and concerts, it is incredibly beautiful inside. (Please note it is closed on Monday.) Connected to it is an olive oil museum which is...More
The church was worth a short visit, but not being very religious, we spent our time roaming the little hilltop village. (TripAdvisor should list these small towns as their own destination worthy of reviews.)
This casual day visiting hilltowns was to our liking. Perhaps because...More
This is a simple but lovely church with beautiful wood work, painting and an organ. Built soon after the death of San Francis is worth a visit. With the modest price of entrance you can visit a pinacoteca and an oil museum, both very interesting.
It's confusing why some towns close churches for certain periods other than lunchhtime, while others do nonsuch thing. It's not about security as much of vitally has man churches open throughout the day. It takes very little effort to keep a church open, and if...More
We came to Trevi to hear an evening concert in the church (part of the Trasimeno Music Festival with Angela Hewitt). We went over in the afternoon to see the art in the church -- (practically the only ones there) -- and got treated to...More