Foligno: a jum to the centre of the world

Foligno has an ancient history dating back to Roman times. It was an important strategic and commercial centre during the Roman period and later came under the rule of various dynasties and noble families.

Artistic and cultural heritage

Foligno is a city rich in history and art. One can admire ancient works of art and fascinating architecture, such as Piazza della Repubblica, the Cathedral of San Feliciano, Palazzo Trinci and the Church of Santa Maria Infraportas.

Piazza della Repubblica: this central square is surrounded by historical buildings, cafés and shops. It is the perfect place to stroll around, enjoy the atmosphere and take a break for a coffee.

Cathedral of San Feliciano: this majestic cathedral is an example of Romanesque and Gothic architecture. Its imposing façade and interior decorated with frescoes and works of art make it a fascinating destination for art and history lovers.

Palazzo Trinci: this medieval palace is an architectural jewel that testifies to the historical importance of Foligno. Inside the palace, one can admire beautifully decorated frescoed rooms and a collection of art and cultural objects.

Church of Santa Maria Infraportas: this Romanesque church has a striking façade and precious medieval frescoes.  It is a place for reflection and admiration of sacred art.

Giostra della Quintana: a unique and spectacular event that attracts visitors from all over the world. This medieval equestrian tournament involves knights competing in a fascinating display of skill and tradition, bringing to life the atmosphere of the past.

Cultural events: Foligno hosts numerous cultural events, art exhibitions and musical performances throughout the year. These events offer the opportunity to immerse oneself in the local culture and discover the region's artistic talent.