Map of Perugia City, Italy

Perugia is famous for its underwater museums, archeological museums, churches of Jesus, Eurochocolate in Abbey, the educational universities etc. It has rich heritage of art.
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Perugia Italy has captured the hearts of chocolate lovers mainly because of the chocolate manufacturing by a single company Perugina. Their chocolates are exported worldwide and loved by everyone. Italy Perugia is easily accessible from Tiber River.
Perugia Italy is known for its rich heritage of art. The painter from Perugia, Pietro Vannucci decorated an attractive series of fresco paintings whose eight pictures have found permanent place in the National Gallery of Umbria. The authorities of Perugia in Italy have conferred Vannucci with the nickname Perugino. The city of Perugia is flooded with beautiful paintings on the walls of buildings. It is a lovely scene for the tourists to Perugia while taking a stroll across its streets.

The status of education in Perugia Italy is of world fame. The famous institutions in Perugia are as follows:
  • The Foreigners University (Università per Stranieri)
  • The Università degli Studi
  • Stranieri - Italian language study center for citizens across the world
  • Umbra Institute - American school opened for students studying overseas in Perugia
  • Accademia delle belle arti (Art Academy)
  • Scuola di giornalismo radio televisivo (a radio and television journalism school)
  • The Università dei Sapori (University of Tastes)
Few notable locations worthy of a visit in Perugia Italy are listed below:
  • Church and abbey of San Pietro
  • Palazzo dei Priori
  • The Cathedral of S. Lorenzo
  • National Museum of Umbrian Archaeology
  • Etruscan Arch (also famous as Porta Augusta)
  • The Rocca Paolina - a fortress of the Renaissance period
  • Teatro Comunale Morlacchi
  • Church of San Francesco al Prato
  • Church of San Michele Arcangelo
  • Church of San Matteo in Campo Orto
Owing to its geographical positioning, Perugia makes the capital city in Umbria in Central Italy.

Flight Schedule from Perugia to other cities

Last Updated on: December 4th, 2017