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We spent a few hours walking Spello it is wonderful
It must be amazing when the flowers are in full bloom and the festival is on
Even in October the little gardens in houses on balconies are picturesque
There are many winding streets , which...More
We just happened to spend the evening in Spello, on a drive back to our B&B in the Assisi area, and are so glad we did. In comparison with Assisi, Spello feels more like a real town where people live. And it's gorgeous. Drop-dead views...More
One of the best preserved walled hill top towns. Allow yourself a good couple of hours for a decent walk around to take it all in. Very hilly and dramatic with some of the best window boxes on display anywhere in Italy.
We spent a few nights in Terra dei Santi Country House just outside Spello, and this was a perfect base to explore Umbria with a car.
Spello itself is very charming - with free parking just outside the walls near Via della Liberazione, from where...More
What mostly comes to mind when I think of our recent day trip to Spello was that the whole town was very clean and organised, I loved the flowering pots on the walls of some buildings, homes proudly displaying the Italian flags and the number...More
We stayed for two weeks, wished we could have stayed longer, and hope to return. There is much to see and do here, and Spello itself is very walkable. It is also a very good base from which to visit the whole area - Assisi,...More
There is little in the way of bus transport in the Spello area. There is a short walk about a kilometre along the flat from the railway station to the start of the old town at the gate, Porta Consolare, From there, there is... More
There is little in the way of bus transport in the Spello area. There is a short walk about a kilometre along the flat from the railway station to the start of the old town at the gate, Porta Consolare, From there, there is a steep walk through the town to the top of the town at Porto Montanara, a must see because of the fabulous views. On the way, there are all sorts of places to stop for a rest - shops, coffee bars, the main square - so you can take your time. But you may prefer to take a ride with the very nice taxi man (the only one, I think) from the station to the top of the town at the Montanara look-out at Piazza Vallegloria (10 Euros) and walk down through the old town, stopping regularly on the way. The best bit is from the Duomo down. But it's all fabulous! Do it!