This elegant apartment lies at only a few steps distance from the famous Corso Vannuci, Perugia’s Main Street. The city’s historic center is full of history, art, culture, shops, bars, restaurants and a true delight to enjoy every day of the year. The welcoming home is completely renovated, fully furbished and move-in ready. And here are the other the key features of the apartment!
With a location on the first floor the apartment is easily accessible. The stairs are shared with various other apartments, the entrance hall with one neighbour. The security door opens directly into the living with kitchen and dining area. Three windows provide plenty of natural light and the led light integrated in the ceiling a contemporary touch. To the right is the good size bedroom with x-large built-in closet. It harbours additional storage space behind the right part which is great to store for example suitcases. The ensuite bathroom is equipped with a walk-in shower, toilet, Italian style bidet and spacious sink. The cute little balcony is nice to open in the summer season.
The finishes are all of good quality like the bleached oak floor, solid wooden doors and windows. The heating system is autonomous. The furniture is included apart from the wall art and some smaller items.
Perugia ‘City of ar’t is rich in history and monuments. It was founded by the Etruscans and still is the cultural and economic hub of the region. The town is an big tourist destination as well as a university city. The Italian state university. was one of the first free universities in Italy. It was founded “Studium Generale” on 8 September 1308. The second university is the prestigious Università per Stranieri (1921) and dedicated to foreigners.
The National Gallery of Umbria, one of the main art collections in Italy, is housed on the upper floors of the Palazzo dei Priori in Perugia. This building is the seat of the Municipality since medieval times and a significant example of Gothic civil architecture. It is rich in important works of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
Perugia is equally famous for typical gastronomy events and home of two of the important events in the food & music industry. The “Umbria Jazz Festival is on of the most important in the world and has been held annually since 1973. EuroChocolate is one of the largest chocolate feasts in Europa and draws nearly one million tourist and Italian natives each year.
Perugia is set on a hilltop in center of Umbria. Ancient hamlets, villages, castles, and rural homes are littered all over the surrounding countryside. Many interesting sites and cities are within easy reach such as Assisi 21 km, Lago Trasimeno 22 great for watersport, the vineyards of Montefalco and Bevagna, and picturesque towns like Spello and Trevi. Spoleto is well known for its annual music festival. To the north lies Tuscany with cities like Cortona and Siena and the chianti wine area. Even Firenze is only a 150 km away. The nearest international airport is Perugia, at 15 km distance.
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Caroline & Stefano