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Perugia Farmhouse

La volpe e l'uva
sleep Sleeps 20 in 12 bedrooms
You can stay in one of our typical farmhouse apartments and enjoy a relaxing farm holiday while being close enough to visit the city of Assisi and its surroundings

Amenity: Pet Friendly, Views, Internet Access

EUR 80 – 150
Per Night
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Perugia Apartment

Casale Carocci
sleep Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms
The Casale Carocci is in the heart of the Monti Sibillini National Parc, surrounded by splendid natural scenery and rich in history, art and popular traditions.

Amenity: Views, Hot Tub, Private Swimming Pool, Wood Fireplace, Ski In Ski Out

EUR 60 – 120
Per Night
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Perugia Cottage

Villa Nuba Cottage
sleep Sleeps 6 in 2 bedrooms
del Perugino charming cottage part of Villa Nuba Luxury villa vacation rental apartments in the Umbria countryside just 15 minutes walking to the medieval center of Perugia.

Amenity: Pet Friendly, Views, Private Swimming Pool, Shared Swimming Pool, Wood Fireplace, Internet Access

EUR 50 – 260
Per Night
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Perugia Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in Perugia Umbria


Perugia is one of those original Etruscan cities. Perugia became a fortified town that is surrounded by walls that were originally built during the 6th and 3rd centuries BC by the Etruscans. Entrance to the town was accessed through a series of 7 gates, which were reinforced by the Romans and they still stand today. Modern Perugia is a town of culture and art. Each July the town comes alive with one of the most important jazz festivals in Italy, the Umbria Jazz Festival. Another popular event is the Eurochocolate festival which ties in which Perugia's history of manufacturing chocolate. Perugia is also known for being the center of art and culture in Umbria. The National Gallery of Umbria, is located here, and it has an artistic collection that ranges from the twelfth to the nineteenth century.