Best Western Quattro Torri

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Corcianese 260, Perugia, 06074, Italy
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Visiting in January

by Jeffandnorah

We are going to Perugia the first week of January 2006. We are expecting it to be cold but probably not as cold as the weather we are leaving here in the Northeast, US in January. Should we plan for rain? Snow?
Does anyone have any nice little secret places in Perugia that they would like to let us in on? We won't tell anyone, we promise. We are looking for small cafes or bars that are high on character. Or interesting little book stores or galleries. Places that a local would not be afraid to hang out in.
We like to experience places from the inside out. Not just the typical things. We should be able to find them on our own.

Thanks,

Norah and Jeff

RE: RE: Visiting in January

by Marcello_g

Hello Norah & Jeff, I don't know how the weather is in your area, but in Perugia expect cold.
January is the coldest month; not snow (max 2/3 times/year) but temperatures in the night often go below °0C. Foreigner living here, usually are not so comfortable with our climate in winter, due above all of our houses, which are not so well heated like in US, especially in the center of ancient cities.

Little secret places? Perugia is a small city, so there are no secret places...
You can discover charming hidden corners by yourself simply walking in the historic center area and enjoy the special flavours of this city.

Bookstore: I recommend 'la libreria' in via Oberdan.
I suggest you 'Gelateria Veneta' for a good icecream, it is located in the center of the city, and restaurant 'Mi cocco', you can tast the typical Perugia food there, it is not expensive.

RE: RE: Visiting in January

by Jeffandnorah

Thank you for your suggestions. We live in the Northeast part of the United States in Pennsylvania near Philadelphia. It is not uncommon for the temperature to be -9C (15F)in January and that is during the day. But you are right, out houses are usually around 20C inside. This is good information for us.

RE: Visiting in January

by AlessWhite

I was in Perugia in July, for a week,with my husband.The advice re the houses is right.WE got very hot...and had to use fans constantly(and we are from Australia!!).
Perugia is an awful place to drive in-we took our hire car back after 3 days as we could not cope with the one way streets and parking only in the expensive commercial car parks.(Only locals have permits.)To get the 100m from the car park to our apartment we had to drive for nearly 3 1/2 km around and around on streets that have almost no signage.If you can ride scooters you'll be laughing!
The town is very small and you can walk,via very steep streets(it is truly a hill town), to almost everywhere. We were near the top/main square, so we were near the places we liked.Off the main square is a patisserie called Sandri's. Buy cakes and chocolate to die for.If they ask if you want them(slices or small cakes) wrapped, say yes and be amazed....I'll save the surprise for you to experience.It's a lovely place to just 'be'. There's a good and inexpensive internet cafe about halfway down Via Bartolo.We found it very useful.There is also a bakery near the COOP(grocery store) that has a good reputation.Check out the underground area(sorry,I never found out the name of it) where there are the escalators.The locals use it, so they'll know what I'm talking about.Your experience, in winter, should be quite different in many ways to our's, but still worthwhile.
Aless

Travel Tips for Perugia

Frescoes

by maritagnes

Some cities instantly fills you with a good feeling, and Perugia was one of them. We parked our park in a green, spacious place outside the ancient core of the city, and enjoyed walking in the shade of the trees after driving so long in the heat.
I found Perugia a beautiful city, and the intense joy of lifting your eyes, just to find a beautiful fresco on the wall, is something that doesn't stop amazing me when in Italy.

Chiesa di S. Pietro

by croisbeauty

In front of the building is an elegant porticoed courtyard, which one enters by means of a 17th century loggia. The building is dominated by a beautiful bell tower, which has an elevated spire and is exquisitely decorated by mullioned windows with two lights situated above a series of large jutting corbels, which resemble a cornice. The bell tower was designed by Rossellino and completed by Giovanni di Betto and Puccio di Paolo in the 15th century.
The interior of the basilica is divided into a nave and two aisles by 18 Roman columns from the original church. The church, built in the 10th century on the site of the ancient cathedral, has a lacunar ceiling over the nave by Benedetto di Montepulciano. There are ten large canvases by Aliense, depicting Scenes from the Old and new Testament decorating the nave.
In the sacristy are works by Perugino, Caravaggio, and Algardi. The Chapel of the Sacrament contains paintings by Vasari and "Pieta" by Perugino.

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Address: Via Corcianese 260, Perugia, 06074, Italy