Some reasons to come and visit Foligno.

Certainly for its historic center, airy and tidy, made up of buildings mainly from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. For the medieval houses and churches, scattered among the alleys of the center, precious evidence of a past of greatness. Through its streets, which after the recent repaving, offer the opportunity for comfortable walks among historic buildings and shops.

The itinerary develops within the historic center and includes a visit to

Church of Santa Maria Infraportas XII century, owes its name to the fact that it is located between the oldest and the fourteenth-century walls.
Church of San Domenico (exterior) late 13th century, currently used as an Auditorium, preserves inside votive frescoes from the end of the 14th-early 15th century (visits by appointment on days established by the municipality).
Piazza della Repubblica main square of the city overlooked by the most important city buildings
Cathedral, dedicated to San Feliciano, remodeled several times, retains a beautiful portal from the early 13th century.
Palazzo Comunale (exterior) with whose neo-classical facade dominates the square.
Palazzo Trinci (exterior and courtyard) owned by the family who ruled the city between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Inside it preserves a wonderful cycle of frescoes by Gentile da Fabriano.

The itinerary can be covered in about 2 hours (it is possible to adapt the visit time to the needs of the group)

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Tickets not included in the cost of the guided tour

Palazzo Trinci and City Museum, seat of the Archaeological Museum and the Pinacoteca.
Printing Museum dedicated to a particularly flourishing activity in past centuries. The first printed copy of Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy was printed in the city.
Diocesan Museum which contains important evidence of sacred art. The entrance ticket to the museum allows a visit to the crypt of the Cathedral, 11th century, otherwise not open to the public (crypt currently not viable because it is being restored)


Sassovivo Abbey about 6 km from Foligno, surrounded by a centuries-old holm oak forest, the abbey is one of the most interesting artistic sites in the city.