Perugia HolidaysItaly
The center of Umbria for thousands of years, Perugia (Roman Perusia) is still the region's capital. Filled with Italian and foreign students attending its main university or University for Foreigners (Stranieri), Perugia feels like a young city with an old soul. Walk down Corso Vannucci in downtown Peruia on a …

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When to go to Perugia

Typical Holiday Price

£628 per person

The average price of hotels and apartments in Perugia varies according to the time of year. To help you plan when to go, we've looked at the hotels available on our site, then worked out the average price per night for the quietest and the busiest months.

Cheapest Month to Visit

September

Based on a typical 1 week holiday - adding together the cost of flights and accommodation - September is the cheapest month to go to Perugia.

Where to stay in Perugia

Whatever your travelling style, we can help find you the perfect place to stay. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular places in Perugia, according to other travellers.

Reviews of Perugia

Federica B
Federica B
03/02/2016

Our beautiful city, built by the ancient etruscans, is a gem and a must see, at least once.

Julia P
Julia PLondon
25/11/2011

One of Umbria's cutest towns, and famous for chocolate, Perugia is also the closest city to the island. You can fly in from England, or take the train from Rome. Then, the best way to get to Isola Polvese is by car.

Alex
AlexDurham
19/08/2013

While Perugia has gotten a lot of negative attention lately (Meredith Kirchner's murder, the Amanda Knox trial, an increase in drugs and crime), it still remains one of the quintessential Italian hill towns. Er, hill cities. While it's in the middle of the gorgeous Umbrian countryside, it's a city of 250,000 with a sizable soccer (calcio) team, a world-class art museum, lugubrious medieval architecture, and one of the largest university populations in Italy. There's a university for foreigners, so the foreign population is huge. Oddly, restaurants in Perugia aren't fantastic, but you're here to see the art and architecture, and just wander the cobblestone streets. The Corso Vannucci strip in the center of town becames one giant open-air party as soon as the sun even considers peeking out. Thousands of folks sip drinks, stroll around and enjoy gelati all along the Corso once spring starts. There's nothing like it.

Raul & Marianne
Raul & MarianneCaprese Michelangelo
29/05/2013

Perugia is just one hour from Casa Cappellino and is the capital of Umbria. It is the site of a famous jazz festival in the summer and is also known for it's chocolates.

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