The lush Marmore waterfall park has an upper and lower observation deck and a picturesque hiking trail connecting the two. The falls don’t run all day; make sure you check times .
Assisi's Rocca Maggiore is a great place to picnic and run off steam after the a visit to the staid Basilica of Saint Francis. Make sure you bring your camera.
The mercato delle Gaite in Bevagna (late June) features medieval artisan workshops making silk, paper, candles, iron, and other crafts with period costumes and tools. Fascinating for adults and kids.
The wide open expanse of the Piano Grande plateau in the Sibilline National Park is one of the most breathtaking vistas in the region, and a fabulous place to hike, bike, or take a donkey trek. Pair it with a visit to nearby foodie-mecca, Norcia.
Historic chocolatier Perugina offers chocolate classes at their museum and factory in Perugia. You have to pre-book but they do have an English-speaking pastry chef available for lessons. Don’t miss a visit to the factory, as well!