It is a small village with an ancient heart, perched atop a hill and immersed in the splendid, verdant Umbrian landscape. Entering the town, you can immediately breathe in its medieval air, which jumps to the eye with the impressiveness of the walls that embrace the entire town: these walls, built in the Middle Ages, incorporate parts of Etruscan origin, giving the impression of passing through a place, imagined to resist enemy attacks. Worth seeing are the 13th-century Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, transformed during the 17th century, and the Palazzo del Podestà, which today houses the Museo della Città. A town of history, but also a town of art: its picture gallery houses works of great value, such as the "St. Anthony of Padua" and the "Madonna of Mercy with Saints Stephen, Jerome and Patrons" by Pietro Vannucci, known as Perugino. And, all around, the timeless beauty of the hills, the green of the woods, the clear blue of the sky.