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8 Reasons to love December in Tuscany and Umbria

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Have the jolliest December with our post guide to December, Christmas and New year Eve events activities

8 Reasons to love December in Tuscany and Umbria

  1. The 25th edition of Umbria Jazz December 28th to January 1st.  http://www.umbriajazz.com/

Follow UMBRIA JAZZ WINTER#25. We may go  to Gino Paoli and Danilo Rea,  concerts, excellent Italian music. And also to the Funck off street band.  January 1st is the date of the traditional big Gospel concert inside the Orvieto Duomo, after the Mess.

 

  2.   CITTA’ DELLA PIEVE

Natale Pievese – “CHRISTMAS VILLAGE” – December 2 to January 7 – at Piazza Matteotti.

From December 25th Every day from 10.00 to 12.30 and from 3.00 PM to 7.00 PM – Monumental crib”

Set up in the Palazzo della Corgna’s underground areas, the cribs makes the best of the inspiring renaissance spaces, stage for scenes inspired not only to Christ’s life but also to the Old and to New Testament
For informationhttp://www.cittadellapieve.org/

 31 December “New Year with music – Midnight concert” –  

3  CORTONA

Christmas in Cortona –From December 8 to January 7

http://www.natale-cortona.it/eventi.html

 

 4. GUBBIO – SEE THE BIGGEST CHRISTMAS THREE OF THE WORLD

5. MONTE AMIATA

Enjoy snow in Tuscany at the highest mountain of Tuscany. (1738 mt.)

6.  MONTEPULCIANO

November 18 to  TO January  7- THE CHRISTMAS VILLAGE – Piazza Grande, piazzetta Danesi and Via San Donato will be the major areas dedicated to events and shopping.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/proloco.montepulciano/?fref=ts

7. PERUGIA

Visit the Toys Museum.

http://www.museodelgiocattoloperugia.com/

DECEMBER 8 TO JANUARY 7 AT ROCCA PAOLINA – CHRISTMAS MARKET

 

EVERY DAY FROM 10 AM TO 8 PM – FREE ENTRANCE – NOT OPEN DECEMBER 25 AND JANUARY 1ST IN THER MORNING.  http://www.nataleallarocca.com/

8. HOME AT FONTANARO

Stay home and enjoy a culinary class at Fontanaro front of the fireplace. Feel Christmas cooking a perfect Italian lunch with a chef and a sommelier. http://www.slowcookingschool.com/

 

More ideas? check this post in the next weeks we will add more suggestions for you.

 

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