Todi is an authentic Italic city, whose origins are lost in the dark of the pre-Roman era. The city was founded by the Umbrian people and later on was inhabited by the Etruscans andRomans: the remains of this past are still visible, for example in the walls of the city and in the Roman Amphitheatre. Moreover, at Todi there is one of the most beautiful squares in Italy, “Piazza del Popolo”. Known as “the most livable city in the world”, Todi is situated on the top of a hill 400 meters high, that overlooks the valley of the Tiber.