Chiesa di San Domenico
Museo Archeologico Nazionale dell'Umbria
The convent adjoining the Chiesa di San Domenico is home to a superior collection of Etruscan and prehistoric artefacts – carved...
At the southern end of Corso Vannucci is the tiny Giardini Carducci , with expansive views across the city's spires to the countryside...
Follow the lead of students and clued-up locals by heading to this artsy little bar for aperitivo time, when €5 gets you a drink...
Way up there on the Perugia dining wish list, La Taverna consistently wins the praise of local foodies. Chef Claudio cooks market-fresh...
Piazza Giordano Bruno · interesting places nearby
Chiesa di San Domenico information
Erected in the early 14th century, Umbria's largest church is an imposing vision, with a 17th-century interior lit by immense stained-glass windows. The church's pride and joy is the Gothic tomb of Pope Benedict XI, who died after eating poisoned figs in 1304.