Umbria Tour Reviews — 1 to 5 of 5

Pietro Perugino fresco, <i>Adoration of the Magi</i>, on display in Perugia, Umbria, Italy.

Umbria

5–10 days from €517

4.8 out of 5

Umbria

Moderate–Difficult Bike Tour in Italy

This bicycle tour in Italy runs through the green heart of the country (or il cuor verde d'Italia), which is what Umbria is frequently called. Biking in Umbria is perfect for those looking to…

4.8 out of 5

 


Yael N.
3 months ago

Verified Reviewer

Overall the trip was a great success.
The accommodations were fine. All clean and well kept. Air conditioning did not always work properly.
Bikes were in great condition throughout the entire trip.
Suggestions: we took road bikes for the trip and followed routes for these bikes yet several locations were very uncomfortable for riding. Roads with lots of potholes and gravel not meant for road bikes.
Overall experience was very positive and the company's organiztion was great.

John-Michael P.
7 months ago

Verified Reviewer

We really enjoyed exploring Assisi, Montefalco, and Bevagna on foot.

Catherine T.
3 years ago

Verified Reviewer

We did the five day/four night tour and it was the highlight of our European holiday. Tripsite were easy and efficient to deal with throughout the booking process, and the team on the ground were also helpful and instructions were easy to follow and detailed. Most of the riding was on country roads, some quite busy, however drivers were generally considerate. Would definitely recommend doing the additional side excursions to towns even if it means an uphill climb. And for that reason would also recommend an e-bike unless you're a regular cyclist.

Jack E.
4 years ago

Verified Reviewer

Tripsite staff are very knowledgeable , helpful and friendly. Anna found us an ebike on short notice on our Italian tour.

J. Wark
7 years ago

Verified Reviewer

All hotels were great except Hotel Magione. We were the only guests and I don't think they wanted us there. The breakfast was not up to snuff and there was NO English station on the TV. Given the level of difficulty of the hills, the bikes were very heavy (steel) especially when we had to walk up hills. Ok for flat but not hilly. We loved the restaurant near the hotel in Togiano and went twice. Unfortunately, we did have rain......