North of Rome and southwest of Florence you’ll find Perugia, a captivating, hilltop city that boasts a fascinating network of winding medieval streets and a wide variety of enthusiastic local activities designed to enchant and entertain even the most seasoned tourist. This wonderful little city of Perugia is a historic and fascinating location that will give you a truly amazing trip!
If you’re a sports fan, this is the city for you. From volleyball to rugby, sports are an integral part of the town’s culture and the city is known for being the home of some of the best players in the world. Any tourist lucky enough to take in a game is in for a lively and enthusiastic experience.
For those who love history, the city’s railway station is a special treat. As a link between Rome and Florence, the station treats visitors to an intriguing taste of the past, from the inner antique wooden furnishings circa 1863 to a statue dating back to ancient Rome, which celebrates the city’s role in the war against Hannibal.
Love golf? There are several breathtaking courses open year-round, with state-of-the-art course design and a close vicinity to the finest hotels in the area. You’ll surely find yourself having a great time on the golf course!
With its warm and temperate climate, the region varies between around 7°C (44-46°F) during winter months to 28°C (82-84°F) in the summer, making it a very pleasant place to be in year round. There are approximately 16 glorious hours of daylight in summer, which drops to around 8-9 hours in winter.
The Perugia Jazz Festival is another vibrant summer event and has been a major attraction since 1973. The festival runs for ten days in late July, attracting over 200, 000 people every year. The time of the festival is a great time to visit and there’s a lot of fun things to do in Perugia during the festivities.
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