Perugia is a place to discover, a city lost in time with 3000 years of history. The ancient memories of the glorious etruscan period are still visible in many parts of the city center, included in the medieval urban structure. Many panoramic terraces offer breathtaking views of the green countryside of Umbria, little alleys and squares are a paradise for photographers. The city has plenty of masterpieces of art and some of the most beautiful medieval buildings in Italy. Perugia is not only history, but also a lively city, thanks to its big university and its many events. Explore this surprising city and discover its secrets with a professional local guide.
- Professional English-speaking tour guide.
- Guided tour of Perugia’s city landmarks (Porta Sole viewpoint, Etruscan Arch, medieval acqueduct, St Lawrence Cathedral, Priori's Palace, Maggiore Fountain, Rocca Paolina).
Walking tour, comfortable shoes are recomended
Meet your guide in the square 4th of November, in front of Maggiore Fountain. From here, go to Porta Sole viewpoint, to admire the breathtaking landscape of the northern part of Perugia. Following the steps, reach the Etruscan Arch, an incredible etruscan monument and old gate of the fortified city. On the way to the square 4th of november, admire the views of the medieval acqeduct, now used as a pedestrian street. Go back to the central square through the typical Via Maestà delle Volte. Visit the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, the Priori's palace and the Maggiore Fountain, masterpiece of medieval sculpture and symbol of Perugia. Walking through Corso Vannucci, reach the Rocca Paolina, an impressive fortification that hides an underground city, last highlight of the tour.