At the centre of the valleys of the Clitunno, Topino and Tiber rivers, we find Montefalco, whose heart is enclosed by 13th-century walls, restored in the 14th century. Here, the church of Sant'Agostino dominates the medieval atmosphere and houses splendid frescoes from the school of Ambrogio Lorenzetti and Bartolomeo Caporali. This tells us how Montefalco is a village of art and culture, a soul that one can immerse oneself in by visiting the church of San Francesco, now a museum, built between 1335 and 1338. Here, three exhibition spaces welcome the visitor's incredulous eyes: the former church, famous for its frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli, for those of the Umbrian school and for Perugino's 'Nativity'; the picture gallery and the crypt, with its archaeological finds from various eras. Amidst art, harmony and beauty, Montefalco is a village to be experienced, not with the eyes of the tourist, but with those of the traveller who knows how to be moved and get involved.