Panoramic apartment on the second floor, bright and quiet, wooden floors, double glazing, refurbished by Angelo and his father, central heating, consisting of a double bedroom with a brand new queen-sized bed (160x190cm); for the little ones we have a baby chair and a camping bed with a baby cot mattress and a pillow anti-suffocation; bathroom; kitchen and living room with a new red queen-sized sofa bed (160x190cm).
The apartment has new free wireless (Line Telecom Fibra 100 MB), TV, radio, fan, washing machine, interior and exterior drying rack, hair dryer, oven, microwave, blender, toaster, dishes. We put at your service various basic spices (pepper, salt, coarse salt, sugar, coffee, tea, onions, garlic, chili, etc.) as well as extra virgin olive oil and vinegar produced by us. We also provide bed linen, towels, toilet paper, soap (hands and dishes), etc.
Located in the heart of the city in one of the most characteristic neighborhoods, with many amenities nearby, including a small local supermarket, a small cinema almost in front of the apartment, a wine shop, restaurants, pizza places and take-away etc. The apartment is located halfway between Porta Sant'Angelo, the Tempio Sant'Angelo, the Arco Etrusco and the Università per Stranieri (five minute walk) and is easily accessible by public transport (bus and minimetro). Corso Vannucci (the main street of the old town) is a 5-10 minute walk.
This apartment is an ideal place to appreciate beautiful sunsets while enjoying a glass of wine.
Our house is located in a limited traffic area (Z.T.L). It can be accessed from Monday to Saturday from (phone number hidden), while Sunday is open from (phone number hidden).
Free: there are two options 5 minute walk just outside Porta Sant’Angelo, there’s a street where you can park (usually nothing happens).
Otherwise, there’s the garage Sant’Antonio with a parking fee (5 minutes walk) but closer to the center. The price is €16 per day and
€ 1.40 per hour. Both can be reached without passing through the ZTL.
If you arrive by train:
You can take the C bus outside the station, stopping at Piazza Fortebraccio, almost in front of the Università per Stranieri. Look for Corso Garibaldi, it’s the street next to the University, our house is two minutes walking.
We are available to provide any information you need to have a great time.
We are Sara and Angelo, I'm from Mexico and Angelo from a small town in Umbria with three hundred people.
I came to Perugia for my master degree in anthropology and Angelo is passionate of agriculture, especially he likes to do oil and wine.
Both of us love nature, cooking, traveling and picnics, as well as watching movies and listening to music.
We really like to meet people from all over the world and share the beauty of life.