Marsciano is a town of about 19,000 inhabitants, located 180 meters above sea level. The territory of the Municipality, about 160 square kilometers in extension, includes over 20 towns and rural villages. It is located in the heart of Umbria in a central position between the cities of Orvieto to the west, Assisi to the east, Perugia to the north and Todi to the south, all within easy reach.
Marsciano, the most important center of the Middle Tiber Valley, is a dynamic, modern city full of numerous industrial and business settlements. Of the ancient fortified castle that Otto II gave to the Bulgarelli of Monreale in 975 AD. and which in the thirteenth century was subjected to Perugia to receive protection, there remain sections of the old walls and the ancient towers, Bolli and Boccali, the ancient gateway called Porta Vecchia, completely rebuilt as well as the tangle of narrow streets and squares typical of the medieval villages.