You will almost certainly need your own transport to come to Bevagna, but if you drive here you will just as certainly need to park your car as soon as you arrive and explore on foot. The medieval streets were not designed for modern methods of transport and although some locals need to drive here for access, all visitors should take advantage of the free (yes, free!) parking outside the Porta Todi or Porta Cannara, and leave the car behind for the day. Not only will you help to preserve the unique atmosphere of this ancient place but you will also be able to absorb that atmosphere and see all the details that make it so charming. And unlike other Umbrian towns, Bevagna lies on the plain, so walking around is not too strenuous. Furthermore, its compact size and generous supply of bars and restaurants mean that even those with limited mobility should be able to enjoy strolling around here.
How to reach Bevagna
During Roman times it must have been easier to reach Bevagna by means of public transport, given the (as I imagine) heavy traffic on Via Flaminia. Today it is a bit more difficult. Bevagna isn’t connected to the Italian train system, so the only possibilities are bus and car. There are busses to/from Foligno 8x per day and to/from Montefalco 3x per day, during the week, however.
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