uilt with the local pink limestone taken from Subasio mountain, Spello was anciently called “Hispellum” by the Romans.
Walking through the medieval piazzas, the Roman arches, and the narrow streets overlooking the Umbrian Valley, it is possible to take in one of the most splendid Renaissance fresco cycles in Umbria, painted by Pinturicchio, kept in the Romanesque Collegiata of St. Mary the Major. The frescoes cycle was commissioned by the Baglioni family in the 16th century and was soon recognized as one of the most impressive works of art made by Pintoricchio.
- Roman gates and Roman city walls
- Collegiata of St. Mary Major (with frescoes made by Pintoricchio in the Baglioni Chapel, a masterpiece of Renaissance times)*
- The Medieval communal building
- Medieval alleys and view points
It is possible to add a visit to the Villa of the Mosaics*