Casa Museo di Palazzo Sorbello
Just north of Piazza IV Novembre, you can venture down into a 37m-deep well. Dating from the 3rd century BC, it was the main water...
Cattedrale di San Lorenzo
Although a church has been here since the 900s, the version you see at the northern end of Piazza IV Novembre was begun in 1345 from...
Capella di San Severo
Walking for a couple of minutes northeast from Piazza IV Novembre brings you to this rather bland, boxy-looking church. Your efforts...
Bottega del Vino
A fire or candles burn romantically on the terrace, while inside live jazz and hundreds of bottles of wine lining the walls add to the...
Perugians know to come here for the best pizza in town. A spaceship-sized wood-fired brick oven heats up pizzas, from the simplest...
Casa Museo di Palazzo Sorbello information
Lonely Planet review
A few steps from the Piazza IV Novembre, this exquisite 17th-century mansion, once owned by the noble Sorbello family, has recently been restored to its frescoed, gilt-clad, chandelier-lit 18th-century prime. Guided tours (in Italian) let you admire the family's almost ludicrously opulent collection of art, porcelain, embroidery and manuscripts.