THE GREATEST DIFFUSE MUSEUM ON EARTH: ITALY
A true gem in the Centre of Italy, Perugia is a small-fortified medieval town built in the tenth century B.C. by the Etruscans in an area full of water.
While you are walking in the old town you will come across many restaurants and “trattorias” where you can taste the local cooking, with meats and cheeses but also truffles and a good glass of wine.
A small city but with great wealth such as San Lorenzo Cathedral and the Palazzo dei Priori; it was here that the Perugino studied and here you can admire the Raffaello’s Chapel of San Severo.
Perugia, a very special village to visit and... to taste!