Tour 3 days / 2 nights in Perugia
Perugia – Corciano- Valnerina
Perugia – Visit of the main monuments of the historical center: Palazzo dei Priori and the Sala dei Notari, Fontana Maggiore and San Lorenzo Cathedral.
- Corso Vannucci 32: Old Coffee – SANDRI pastry,
- Etruscan Arch and Etruscan walls of Via C. Caporali, Palazzo Gallenga – Piazza Braccio Fortebracci –
- Via Pinturicchio n. 2: Cholate and Ice-cream Augusta Perusia and new “Perugina” Shop to the Logge di Braccio
- Corso Vannucci n. 110: PERUGINA shop and new “Perugina” Shop to the Logge di Braccio
- Piazza Italia and Carducci Gardens – Rocca Paolina
- Corciano: Dulcinea Perugia, Industrial Area – via P. Togliatti
- Visit of the medieval village
- ANTIQUARIUM; ELLEGI Chocolate and Confetti, Via Guthenberg n. 20.
At about 96 km from Perugia, we can find Norcia. The city is located at an altitude of m. 604 slm, it is an ancient Sabine city, then Roman, near the Sibillini Mountains. It has been the birthplace of St. Benedict, and it is an holiday destination both in summer and in winter for the practice of winter sports, it is also known for its traditional charcuterie and black truffles, but also for its important art and cultural heritage and historical evidences, from the Roman remains to the medieval walls, and the splendid Piazza San Benedetto. Relevant is the Castellina Museum.
Visit the Piano Grande, at m. 1270 s.l.m., dominated from Castelluccio di Norcia at m. 1452, the picturesque mountain village, base for interesting excursions in the nearby of the Sibillini Mountains and winter sports destination.
From Perugia to Todi, to Rome
- Volumni Etruscan Tomb, necropolis of Palazzone and Antiquarium – Ponte San Giovanni.
- Torgiano: tour of the village
- Guided tour of the Cantine Lungarotti
- MUVIT Wine Museum with wine and local products tasting
- Deruta: tour of its ceramics factories (ancient pottery Grazia)
- Regional Museum of Ceramics.
- Vannucci Spa Chocolate, Via Caselle n. 286/1 – Pantalla di Todi
Visit Todi with its important monuments from the Etruscan and Roman periods till the Middle Ages:
- The Town Hall
- Bishop’s Palace
- The Cathedral, San Fortunato, Roman cisterns, walls and doors, etc.