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Attractions in Perugia

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Perugia. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Perugia and the surrounding area.

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Corso Vannucci MAP
Located in the central Corso Vannucci in Perugia, the Moneychangers college was built in the 15th century to house moneychangers. Inside the historic building, a large congregation room showcases frescoes by Perugino and his students, as well as a Statue...MORE INFO
In Perugia, in the cathedral of San Lorenzo Friday 29 and Saturday, July 30 there is the "Ring Secular Saint's feast of the Virgin", not only spiritual but also cultural, historic trails included in the - art summer Perugia promoted by the municipality...MORE INFO
Piazza 4 Novembre MAP
A cornerstone of government in Perugia’s early years, the Palazzo dei Priori is an imposing site on the Corso Vannucci. It was first constructed to be the Palace of the People in 1293 and still remains an important part of the city, showing the power...MORE INFO
Ponte San Giovanni MAP
The Estruscan tomb of the Volumnus family resides in Ponte San Giovanni, just outside the city of Perugia. This ancient tomb from the 3rd century BC is accessed by a staircase that leads visitors underground and through a vestibule and side chambers....MORE INFO
V. delle Volte della Pace MAP
Any visit to Perugia must involve a stroll through the maze of medieval streets that follow the ancient Etruscan city wall. One of these streets, the Via delle Volte Pace, is favored because of the 14th century Gotchic arch that cradles the street. Eateries...MORE INFO
V. dei Priori MAP
Strolling up to the Oratory of St. Bernard along the via dei Priori, visitors are struck by the massive bas-reliefs on the façade depicting St. Bernard in all of his glory. A fine example of Renaissance architecture, the Oratory remains a cherished piece...MORE INFO
Piazza Giordano Bruno 10 MAP
Inside the beautiful National Archaeological Museum of Umbria, visitors can marvel at Etrsucan antiquities from archaeological sites and ruins around the region. The building, a former convent, is divided into two sections to display the prehistoric...MORE INFO
Corso Garibaldi MAP
St. Angelo’s church is on the smaller side compared to other churches in Perugia, but it still holds its place in history as an example of Palaeo-Christian art and architecture. Built in the 16th century with a circular floor plan and 16 antique columns,...MORE INFO
Piazza Giordano Bruno, 10 MAP

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