Spend the morning with a local guide exploring the hidden treasures of Todi. Visit The Painted House by O’Doherty and the charming Pongelli Palace, usually closed to visitors, a masterpiece of Italian Renaissance architecture.
Elisa, your guide, grew up in Todi exploring the winding streets and alleys of this charming medieval town. Her love and deep connection with her birthplace shine through in all of her tours, which give you unparalleled access to the most fascinating sites in the area.
Palazzo Pongelli is located in the district of San Silvestro between two medieval monuments: the Church of Sant'Ilario and Fonte Scarnabecco. The palace features a beautiful garden and the only existing cycle of frescoes about Jacopone da Todi.
After a cappuccino break, discover The Painted House, a unique masterpiece by the Irish artist O’Doherty, a pioneer of conceptual and minimal art who chose a very unconventional way of expressing it in The Painted House. Definitely something unusual that you wouldn’t expect to find in a town like Todi and impossible to describe without experiencing it!