Rich in vineyards and olive groves, Umbria has an important cultural heritage as the town of Perugia bears witness, marked by both the Roman and medieval period. At the heart of the boot, Umbria is a blend of magnificent landscapes, thousand year old cities, and picturesque villages. This is an ideal backdrop for buying a house there. Many medieval villages are scattered throughout the hills, where oil and wine are produced that go so well with the famous charcuterie or black truffles, typical of the region. Property in Umbria is attractive and authentic and remains more affordable that in neighbouring Tuscany. So what are you waiting for to buy a house in Umbria?