Food and Wine, Museums / Culture, City
Kid Friendly: Yes. Children need to be able to walk for 3 hours and be supervised by a parent
Umbria is known for its hill-top towns and its moderately steep roads. You can do it, but with someone's help.
in Assisi take advantage of my tour "Easy Assisi", with an extra charge 50,0 euros, we can tour the town by taxi.
Maximum travelers: 6
English (fluent), German (fluent), Italian (fluent)
"sweet" cultural capital of Umbria
Perugia is a cultural cake: layers of history on top each other. In your 3 hour walking tour you will get a taste of its Etruscan, medieval and renaissance history while feasting your eyes on the endless views of this wonderful city. A little stop in one of the historical cafes of Italy where each cake is a great work of art will also be part of our sweet itinerary.
Our itinerary will depend on the meeting place and whether you are a first time visitor or on your needs as a connoisseur of the area.
We will anyway visit the major attractions and whatever is included in the main inbox to fulfill what is described in it.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will give specific directions for every meeting point during the booking process.
End location: If you feel comfortable after 3,30 hours I can leave you to explore on your own.
Duration: 3 hours
guided walking tours as described on the tour overview inbox,
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 euros - This is just an idea of the amount of money that you need for the items not included in the tour, as you can easily understand this can vary a lot according to your needs .
Meals, souvenirs,entrance fees, earphones,taxi etc.
I am not a driver. I can accompany you in your vehicle or I can arrange for a separate car and driver.
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Marco was fantastico -- can't imagine a better guide for Perugia! He is passionate about his town and is knowledgeable about history, art and culture -- a real intellectual! He is informative, entertaining and charming -- a natural educator. His kindness in treating us to a marzipan treat was especially nice. He is well known in town and we joked that he is perhaps the "mayor of Perugia"! Marco will remain one of our fondest memories/experiences of Perugia. Grazie!