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Perugia Private Walking Tour
"Perugia is a city full of charme and history. Every ancient gate alley piazza palazzo and church will capture your imagination; and every museum and gallery will impress you with a sense of history culture and art. Perugia is not just a stuffy old showcase of the ancient it also has a young vibrant and energetic feel. Perugia is the site of many festivals and concerts
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Full-Day Private Tour to Perugia and Assisi from Siena
"We start from Siena through the hills of Crete Senesi sail along the northern shore of Lake Trasimeno the largest body of water in Italy until you get to the ancient city of Perugia. From the parking lot to get to the city we will travel the escalators that will enable us to cross the ancient archaeological finds and the brick vaults of the Rocca Paolina up to the Giardini Carducci heart of the city and the beautiful balcony over the valley. Significant in the historic center for a walk from Corso Vannucci wonderful buildings and shops Piazza IV Novembre with the beautiful Fontana Maggiore Palazzo dei Priori and the Cathedral. We will stop for a lunch at a traditional restaurant in the old city.We leave for Assisi and
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"Small-Group Tour: Chocolate Factory
Rome: one day tour semi-private Chocolate Factory - Perugia - Spoleto"After a pick up from your centrally located hotel you will travel first to Perugina where you will begin at their historical museum. A guide will tell you about the origin of cacao its productions and the chocolate recipes and you will discover the secrets of Perugina's most famous products such as the Baci and much more. The itinerary also includes videos and anecdotes about the history of this important Italian company.At the end of this exciting tour you will have the opportunity to taste some of the delicious Perugina products. you will visit the chocolate factory. During the factory tour you may have the possibility to stroll on a catwalk from where you can have an overview of the production lines. The availability of this service depends on the production schedule. A visit of
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Bar Dragoni

This small bar on the north side of the Piazza Quaranta Martiri Is a friendly place for a light lunch, drink or simply a coffee. I have now been here on several occasions and always been pleased with...
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I Giardini Pensili

On the day after the Palio we finally had time to explore Gubbio properly. Ingrid made an excellent guide and Marit and I had a wonderful time and learnt such a lot about the city. But sightseeing is...
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Locanda del Duca

We had a few ideas about where we might eat (Ingrid, Chris and myself) on what was to be the last evening in Gubbio for me and Chris, but it was a Monday and both the old favourite and possible new...
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Ristorante di Porta Tessenaca

We visited this restaurant twice, having been so impressed on our first visit without Ingrid (she was at the post Palio celebration dinner) that Marit and I proposed returning with her the next...
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Taverna del Lupo

I have already called one tip on this page “Truffles galore”, but I make no apology for repeating myself here, as that really is the only fitting title for the meal we had recently at the Taverna del...
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Ristorante Pizzeria il Bargello

This was I think one of the nicest restaurants we visited in Gubbio, and one of the best meals – although to be honest, I didn’t have a single disappointing meal in the town! We came here on the...
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Alla Balestra

We ate in this friendly and very well-located restaurant on my first evening in Gubbio, and it was a good choice for my first “real” Italian meal for a while, although unfortunately we had to rush our...
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La Cia

When you visit the Basilica of Sant’ Ubaldo on the top of Monte Ingino you have two options for lunch or other refreshments. There is a small informal café with a large terrace right by the funivia...
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Ristorante Piatto d'Oro

Last year in October, my Italian teacher Edvige took me to Piatto d’Oro to show me a restaurant which is very famous with the locals. But since they have no website and since they don’t advertise...
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Taverna del Lupo

During my second visit to Gubbio in autumn 2009 I had dinner in Taverna dei Lupo again, this time with my Italian teacher Edvige. Again it was a good experience. We have both decided to eat the...
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Taverna del Lupo

During my search for local specialities restaurants in April 2008 I found this nice restaurant. I saw Taverna del Lupo already during my first evening walk, but I wasn’t hungry, so I only looked at...
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Faro Rosso

In May 2010, my Italian teacher Edvige Galasso suggested Faro Rosso for a lunch break and indeed it was a good idea. Apart from that we also had excellent weather and had a prime view over the valley...
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Alla Balestra

Another excellent dining option in the old town centre without having to pay an arm and a leg is “Alla Balestra”, in Via della Repubblica, just where the Corso (Corso Garibaldi) leads off to the east....
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Ristorante Pizzeria All'Antico Frantoio

By now this is one of my favourite restaurants in Gubbio. It is not as classy as Taverna del Lupo but down to earth AND the meals are very delicious. The restaurant is located in the cellar of an old...
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Top Hotels in Gubbio

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Via Ansidei 6, Gubbio, Umbria, 06024, Italy
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Via XX Settembre 22, Gubbio, Umbria, 06024, Italy
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Via Piccardi, 12 - 06024 Gubbio (PG)
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Loc Scritto di Gubbio, Gubbio, Umbria, 06020, Italy
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Via Tifernate, Gubbio, Umbria, 06024, Italy
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Via Galleotti 19, Gubbio, Umbria, 06024, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Gubbio

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Palazzo Bargello

Inside the Bargello Palace is a museum devoted to the Palio della Balestra. This is your opportunity to get close to some of the wonderful crossbows and appreciate the intricate designs; to learn...
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Piazza Grande

The heart of Gubbio is the Piazza Grande, and also I believe its soul. It is a truly awe-inspiring space, with its brick floor worn by the footsteps of centuries and the imposing structures of the...
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Palazzo dei Consoli

On my latest visit to Gubbiio, in September 2014, I took Chris to see the exhibits in the Museo Civico in the Palazzo dei Consoli, having enjoyed them so much on my previous visit. This also provides...
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Wandering Around

With Gubbio’s location at the slope of Monte Ingenio it is almost inevitable to walk up and down when visiting the city. As much as I liked to wander around anywhere, I found it even more fascinating...
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Loggia dei Tiratori - Piazza dei 40 Martiri

However you arrive in Gubbio, by bus or car, it is likely that you will do so here, there most accessible spot on the fringes of the old town. This is Gubbio’s market place (every Tuesday morning –...
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Chiesa di Sant'Agostino

One of the sights I most enjoyed on our visit to Naples a few years ago were the presepi – traditional Italian Nativity scenes, some on a grand scale. So I was really happy to find a fantastic example...
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Trekki

"Gubbio: a very proud, very pure Umbrian town"
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toonsarah

"A place apart"
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andy-g

"Gubbio, where history lives"
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zlatiq

"The ancient town of Gubbio"
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cmcard2

"A Town with Great Character, History, Traditions"
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