Coming from the north, along the E 45 highway, suddenly the wide Upper Tiber Valley opens up, where the historic and famous river that reaches Rome flows.
Here Tuscany, Umbria and Marche meet.
The Tiber River here connects Sansepolcro, to the north, to Umbertide, in the southernmost part of the valley.
Città di Castello is the most important town in the Upper Tiber Valley, where there are seven other smaller towns or villages : Citerna, San Giustino, Lisciano Niccone, Monte Santa Maria Tiberina, Montone, Pietralunga and Umbertide.
Città di Castello is the ideal center for planning trips and getting to know Umbria Region. The beautiful Gubbio, the majestic Perugia, the mystical Assisi of San Francesco, Spello – the Julia colony, of the gens of Julius Caesar -, beautiful Foligno, Spoleto – for a long time the capital of the Lombards in central Italy – Trevi, Bevagna, Orvieto, Terni, Norcia and Cascia – homeland of San Benedetto and Santa Rita.
Moreover, it is possible to leave from Città di Castello to admire the nearby Tuscany: Sansepolcro, Anghiari, Cortona, Arezzo, cities known throughout the world for their historical and artistic beauty,
or go to the Marche and visit the city where Raphael was born, the magical Urbino, one of the most beautiful cities in Italy.
Visiting the Upper Tiber Valley is like discovering a hidden treasure, for its history, architecture and the treasures of its museums. Around every corner there is something exciting…
- From Rome
A1 Highway toward North, Orte exit, then north direction again, on E45 Highway, to Perugia and Cesena.
Città di Castello Sud or Città di Castello exits.
- From Bologna-Florence
A1 Highway : Arezzo exit, then continue along SR 73 and SR 221, toward east.
- From Forlì-Cesena
E45, toward south, Città di Castello or Città di Castello Sud exits.
- From Rimini-San Marino
S.R. 258 ‘Marecchia’, toward south, south west.
- From Pesaro-Urbino
S.R. 423 and S.R. 73 bis, toward west
- From Fano
S.R. Flaminia and S.R. 257, toward west
To and from Arezzo, with National Railways TRENITALIA, Call Center 89 20 21, get off at Arezzo Station, then continue by bus to Città di Castello with BUSITALIA SI 381 bus line – see by bus.
To and from Perugia downtown, with Local Train Service – Umbrian Regional Railway run by BUSITALIA
Get off at Ponte San Giovanni train station – hub for connecting with the State Railways, all directions – or to continue to Perugia.
- Urban and Suburban bus lines
- National Railways – Ferrovie dello Stato : get off at Arezzo Station. Continue by bus – the terminal is just in front of the station – to San Sepolcro, with line SI381 BUSITALIA – except on Sunday , then to Città di Castello – Città di Castello – Arezzo Terminal
- Arezzo Terminal_Città di Castello
- FLIXBUS, ticket online: Perugia – Roma – Perugia
- ADRIABUS to and from Pesaro, Fano (Adriatic Sea )
- Autolinee SULGA PERUGIA – ROME (downtown, Rome Int. Airoport) – PERUGIA
- San Francesco d’Assisi Airport (Perugia) Km 45 San Francesco d’Assisi International Airport – Perugia
- Fiumicino Airport “Leonardo da Vinci” (Rome) Km 220 Rome – Fiumicino Airport
- Pisa Airport Galileo Galilei Km 130 Pisa Airport
- Forlì Airport Km 110 Forlì Airport
- Bologna Airport “Guglielmo Marconi” Km 200 Bologna Airport
- Firenze Airport Km115 Firenze Airport
- Ferrovie dello Stato – National Railways trenitalia.it (Call Center Trenitalia 89 20 21)
- ROME AIRPORTS Aeroporti di Roma (tel. +39 06 65951)
- Galileo Galilei – Pisa Airport(tel. +39 050 849111; fax +39 050 849216)
- San Francesco di Assisi – Perugia Airport International Airport San Francesco d’Assisi (tel. +39 075 592 141; fax +39 075 692 9562)
- Autolinee Sulga (tel. +39 075 5009641; fax: +39 075 5053733)
- Autolinee Adriabus(tel. +39 0721 32401-370085; fax +39 0721 33235)
- Regional Railway of Umbria run by BUSITALIA (tel. +39 075 50 67 81; fax +39 075 500 45 30; Toll-free number 800 512 141)
- SocietàAutostrade (Call Center Viabilità 840 042121)