Museo Archeologico Nazionale dell'Umbria
Chiesa di San Domenico
Erected in the early 14th century, Umbria's largest church is an imposing vision, with a 17th-century interior lit by immense...
Catering to a more serious crowd, the lessons here are slightly more rigorous than Stranieri. Two- and four-week courses start...
Come to the club where the beautiful people play. It opens around 10pm, but the well-dressed party here until the wee hours.
The trendy hot spot on the Perugian dining and drinking scene, Enone is a mix between a wine bar, restaurant and club. The vaulted brick...
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Lonely Planet review
The convent adjoining the Chiesa di San Domenico is home to a superior collection of Etruscan and prehistoric artefacts – carved funerary urns, coins and Bronze Age statuary – dating as far back as the 16th century BC. The Cippo Perugino (Perugian Memorial Stone) has the longest Etruscan-language engraving ever found, offering a rare window into this obscure culture.