Located in northeastern Umbria, Gubbio sits on the slopes of Mt. Ingino, overlooking a fertile plain. The town of the Ceri (chosen as the symbol of the Region of Umbria) is one of Umbria's most important centers and attracts many tourists interested in art.
With its centuries-long tradition as a pottery town, it is a member of the Italian Association of Ceramics Towns ("Artistic and Traditional Ceramics" national seal).
Gubbio is one of the most ancient towns in Umbria, remaining marvelously well-preserved over the centuries, with many monuments that bear witness to its glorious past. Architecturally it represents the zenith of medieval civilization and of society in the 1200-1300s, with the system of the guilds.
Palazzo dei Consoli
Basilica of Sant'Ubaldo