Todi The Essential
Recommended
Occupying a pretty hillside location, this small Etruscan town in Umbria is surrounded by three ancient concentric walls. The inner one is Etruscan (with the Porta Marzia gate), the middle one is Roman and the outer one is medieval. Todi has also preserved many historic buildings, which testify to the town's vitality in the Middle Ages and make it a particularly pleasant place to visit.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Todi
S. Fortunato (Church of San Fortunato)
S. Fortunato (Church of San Fortunato)
Built from 1292 to 1460, the church
30 minutes
Piazza del Popolo
Piazza del Popolo
Laid out before the cathedral, this
30 minutes
Duomo (Cathedral)
Duomo (Cathedral)
This impressive cathedral was built at
30 minutes
Church of St Mary of the Consolation
Church of St Mary of the Consolation
This Renaissance church was built in
15 minutes
Rocca (fortress)
Rocca (fortress)
This is reached by going to the right of
30 minutes
Piazza Garibaldi (Garibaldi Square)
Piazza Garibaldi (Garibaldi Square)
Next to the Piazza del Popolo, it is
15 minutes