Perugia with its farmhouse, the wonders of Italy, fascinates the tourists with its with charming streets lined with art and architectural gems. This Italian medieval province is also the indelible testimony of the Etruscan and Roman times. As part of the Umbria region, this ancient and generous land is a unique destination to satisfy the desire to live a new experience. Etruscan and Roman ruins, monuments of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
The architectural heritage is the source of pride for this place. The province protects numerous works of art, not only in its capital, but also in its splendid surrounding cities. You will be amaze at your arrival because of Etruscan walls built in the second half of the third century, which encircle the city of Perugia and its 7 gates. It is also among the most famous the Porte Pulchra, San Pedro or the famous Etruscan arch. Once inside, a walk through the streets and alleys your feelings and emotions will be awaken by the beautiful surroundings. As for accommodation, you will find no difficulty in getting a farmhouse to spend a beautiful stay.
You can start your journey in the Palazzo dei Priori, formerly called Piazza IV Novembre and the famous Fountain Maggiore. That is a symbol of the arrival of water from Monte Pacciano which is the center of the city. If you desire to know more about the identity and history of the city, the Basilica of San Domenico is a good place to start. It has the important and famous National Archaeological Museum of Umbria. The adventurers and lovers will find their place in the famous garden of gazebo located at the base of the Rocca Paolina, a fortress built by Pope Paul III in 1540.
This site is a unique bouquet of emotions thanks to the variety of its natural wealth and architectural. Strolling through the garden, you can also walk on the ramp of Via delle Prome. While discovering the culture and monuments, tourists can also visit Perugia to listen to the beat of the music. In the streets, in the halls such as Morlacchi Theatre and the Oratorio Santa Cecilia and many more, the virtuoso performers have appearances every year for jazz fans.
The Umbria Jazz Festival is internationally renowned and brings together musicians from all over Italy and the world. You can also restore the flavor of your holiday with good Italian cuisine. Tegamaccio, spaghetti, risotto with fish, carp in porchetta Regina and much more, the wide variety of products and dishes of the province of Perugia will amaze your palates. These dishes are accompanied by a good Malvasia, Trebbiano, Sangiovese Canajolo or Grechetto. As for accommodation, you will find no difficulty in getting a farmhouse in Perugia to spend a beautiful stay.