Francis and a few archaeological sites, particularly the Fausto Amphitheatre dating back to 32 B. (inside the La Passeggiata city park) and the remains of the ancient walls.
The Province of Terni can boast about 70 typical local products.
Among the cheeses are the caciotta, a soft cheese, the sheep’s milk fossa cheese, matured underground or in caves, the Ravaggiolo, and the salted ricotta.
Among the salami and cold cuts we recommend the Ciauscolo (a spread), the Mazzafegato (a local sausage) and the local prosciutto.
The local types of pasta are the Strangozzi or strozzapreti, fresh, rectangular or square-cut pasta made without eggs.
Orvieto is also the capital of Slow Food, resulting in a high-quality culinary tradition.
Terni is known as the “city of lovers,” due to the fact that the tomb of St.Nestled on the underlying slopes is one of the best-preserved villages of Umbria: Narni, with its towers, fountains, and Gothic and Romanesque churches.Towns such as these provoke the ambience and emotion of a Medieval era that becomes all but real during celebrations like the Corsa all'Anello, a race and series of historical re-enactments taking place every late-April to mid-May.The entirety of Terni Province is ideal for all those keen on photography and archaeology.Terni, Orvieto and Monteleone all boast panoramic views, monuments and museums that preserve priceless works of art.The city gates Porta Sant'Angelo and Porta Spoletina, the Cathedral crypt, the Romanesque Tower of Barbarasa and the Tower dei Castelli are all legacies left over from the Middle Ages.