We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We visited Todi twice during our visit and really enjoyed this relaxed medieval town.
Parking is best at car park 2 and then take the funicular up to the town centre.
The town is charming and full of character. Both our visits were on a...More
Todi is a small beautiful Middle Aged city. I would recommend to visit Todi when you’re in the neighborhood. It’s not place I would go when you’re renting a house, there are not that many restaurants and there is no lifely night life. It’s quite...More
Walking around the ancient walled city of Todi is like walking into the pages of a history book. We had a half day here, and our tour driver had to let us out just barely inside the town, because it is difficult for large vehicles....More
We enjoyed the cisterns, the Roman Niches, San Fortunato and going up the tower, walking around the walls, the Duomo (but the choir stalls were roped off), the icecream on the square, the Roman cisterns... We did not find a Saturday market.
When the Italian scholars with knowledge of their national heritage wrote about the total destruction of the smaller towns in the Apennines recently I knew what they were talking about because I had been there. I hope that the earth quakes have not destroyed this...More
The beautiful town of Todi was first builton a hilltop in the second century B.C. and now we can see the most important medieval buldings in the central square: Palazzo dei Priori, Palazzo del Popolo and the Cathedral of la Santissima Annunziata.
They are all...More