Like for many of the old Umbrian cities and villages, we (visitors) should park outside the city walls. This, as space inside is rare and should be left for the locals. Enough parking lots are available outside the city: a big one at Porta Cannara in the north and a smaller one (see photo) at Porta Todi in the east. Walking around in the city is easy. Parking is free of charge (it was in April 2008 and I didn’t see a parking bill machine) and I always found a lot. It might be difficult in summer though. But as the parking area in the north is bigger, there should always be some space in summer.
If you desperately need a doctor in Bevagna, you might find yourself visiting this charming medical facility. Like the enoteca around the corner, this clinic was also closed in mid-afternoon.
Don't stop here if you need a doctor!
I went into a Bevagna grocery store to buy a peach. I gave the clerk ten euros, and he only gave me back two euros, which meant he charged me 8 euros for one peach. When I asked him about the price, he started yelling at me and told me to get out of his store. I found an Italian women who spoke english that said she would talk to him. She spoke in italian to him, and the grocer started throwing money at me and yelling at me in Italian. He was furious that he got caught cheating me. It was really horrible. I think I ended up paying two euros for the peach. But it was a terrible way to start the day in Bevagna. The grocery store is to the left when you first enter the town through the old gates. The old man is the owner.