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The city made immortal by its most famous native, Saint Francis, is a wonder for the senses. The timelessly beautiful, spiritual centre in the hills of Umbria has something of a dreamlike quality to it. Thanks to hotel booking experts, visitors to this picturesque corner of central Italy can be sure to find the right accommodation in a matter of minutes. On our site,, customers can browse the best Assisi hotels, all part of our large database of local participating establishments. Future Assisi visitors can explore room offers and deals and filter search results based on criteria that matter to them, such as vicinity to the Old Town, to other landmarks, or also based on previous guest ratings. Would-be guests can also peruse realistic and up to date photos of rooms in their hotel of choice.

What's Assisi Like?

The wonderful Medieval town of Assisi is nestled on a spectacular hilltop immersed in the green forests and valleys of Umbria - central Italy's only landlocked region. The town of Assisi, in the province of Perugia, is clustered around the twin landmarks of the Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi and the Basilica and Convent of Santa Chiara. Other notable religious buildings scattered on the slopes and nestled in ancient alleyways in the town include the churches of San Pietro, Santo Stefano and San Daminano, and the Oratorio dei Pellegrini. Just outside town, visitors can explore the Eremo (Hermitage) of the Carceri on Mt Subasio. Archaeology buffs will also find the remains of the Roman amphitheatre extremely interesting, whereas art history aficionados will admire the 13th century Piazza del Comune and the 12th century castle Rocca Maggiore.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Assisi

Assisi is a draw for all kinds of visitors, but many will come to the charming Italian town for it's connection with the Basilica and worship of Saint Francis. The whole town pivots around a culture built up around the saint, and wearing appropriate attire in and around the local churches is encouraged. Also, and although Assisi attracts millions of pilgrims each year, a basic knowledge of Italian will go far in helping international visitors experience the town at its best. Local Umbra cuisine is hearty and typical of a mountain area: try local dishes of Galantina stuffed chicken, wild boar Pappardelle, truffle pasta Strangozzi al Tartufo and traditional pastries such as Assisi's very own Rocciata strudel. So, while you are enjoying your exploration of the Assisi area, it pays to leave the hotel booking side of things in the capable and experienced hands of hospitality professionals!