Terni is the second largest city of Umbria and also a main centre of the region. In spite of its modern appearance due to the industrial development of a large steel industry, Terni hides some significant art treasures. 


Church of San Salvatore: probably one of the oldest surviving buildings of the city, it is a unique circular early-Christian building completed in the Romanesque age. Some interesting frescoes inside

Palazzo Spada: once a private aristocratic palace, and now the local town hall, the palazzo is an imposing 16th cen. Building, to be visited on request

Roman Amphitheatre: this ancient venue for gladiator games in Roman Terni has been recently restored to show traces of the original structure. Still in use for summer plays and concerts

Church of Saint Francis:  It is one of the true treasures of the city. Inside the gothic style church, the Paradisi Chapel contains some late-medieval frescoes powerfully depicting the Last Judgement

Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta: medieval in origin, it was remodelled over the course of time to follow different styles and models: from Early Christian to baroque, through the Romanesque phase


CAOS ( CENTRO ARTI OPIFICIO SIRI)*: this art centre which streches itself  over 5600sm hosts both temporary as well as permanent art collections.  The important Archeological Museum and the Painting Gallery De Felice are housed here and offer the chance to admire both the ancient as well as the contemporary collections, among the others those dedicated to Orneore Metelli, one of the greatest masters of the Naive Art of Italy, as well as  to Aurelio De Felice and  to the graphics.
In your visit to the painting gallery do not miss the gorgeous masterpiece by Piermatteo d'Amelia and  the wonderful painting  by Benozzo Gozzoli  or the Crucifixion by Niccolo di Liberatore also known as Alunno 

Make a full-day tour, by adding to the Terni tour either Narni, Amelia or Marmore Waterfalls!