Panoramic sites of Perugi

Due to its geographical location, Peruja has a large number of places from which amazing views of the city and its environs are opened.

Belvedere Carducci. From here you can observe one of the most open panoramas to the southern part of the city, the Tiber Valley, the Umbria Valley and the mountain system.

Terrace of Covered Market (Terrazza Mercato Coperto). Beautiful view of the east to Basilica San Domenico and the Church of San Pietro, while the view from the lower park Santa Margerite expands to Mount Subazio with Assisi and nearby mountains.

The gates of the Sun – Delle Street (Porta Sole – Via Delle Prome). From the parapet on the Square of Rossi-Skotti, which continues on the first section of the stairs on the street of the OR, an excellent panorama from the west to the north, from the medieval walls of Borgo Sant Antonio to Borgo Sant Angelo and at the top of the Monastery Monastery (Monteripido). In the background, Bulagio and Mountains are visible. It is believed that this is the most authentic panorama of the city.

Ark on the street. APPIA (Arco di Via Appia). From here opens a view of the basin – Detach (Conca), crossed by a characteristic suspended road aqueduct and the Sant Angelo region.

Terrace del Cassero (Terrazzo del Cassero) is located on the final part of the tower belonging to the medieval walls of the city, which opens an extensive panorama of 360 degrees.

Ermini Square Ermini. Dedicated to Giuseppe Ermini, rector of the University of Perugi from 1945 to 1976. The Palace of Florence, the former Dantezetta, which contains the famous Marquise Salon Marianne Florence, enters the square. On the square, above the Etruscan walls there is a panoramic platform for competition and Sant Angelo.

Del Del Poggio Street). The street rests on the Etruscan walls located near the steps leading to the street. Siepe. It is a balcony providing an unusual view of San Francesco Al Prato among the gardens.

Via Della Cupa Street (Via Della). Created as a terrace above a long section of the Etruscan walls, provides one of the best points of the review, facing the North, on the Absida of the Church of San Benedetto and on the tower. The species extends from north to west, to the modern part of the city and on the hills of Della Trinita and on the city of Domenik.

Lodgia de Lanari and Panoramic Terrace (Loggia Dei Lanari). The 14th century loggia, built on the centuries -old buildings of the so -called area “del Sopramuro” (“supransen”), today Matteotti. Behind the loggia from a wide terrace, a beautiful panorama opens on Mount Subazio and Assisi.