The Province of Perugia is situated in the Umbria region, in Italy. It is the largest of the two provinces, comprising two thirds of the total area. A total of 59 comuni form the province and the capital city is Perugia. The area is characterized by charming villages, medieval paths and palaces and so much beauty. The province of Perugia is home to the largest lake in central Italy, Lake Trasimeno, which is itself home for the three Islands of Polvese, Maggiore and Minore. Among Italy's World Heritage Sites, Perugia is home for the Assisi, important destination for pilgrims and tourists from all around the world.
Perugia is a well known cultural centre in Italy. Ironically, given its location, right? It's also known for the chocolate produced by the Perugina firm but, like many other Italian cities, there are lots of other places worth visiting here: churches, famous buildings, museums and antiquities.
One of the main sights of Perugia is the Cathedral of San Lorenzo. Both the exterior and interior are magnificent but the Cathedral is also housing a museums where you can admire altarpieces, ancient manuscripts and frescoes. There are many other churches you can visit in Perugia. The Church and abbey of San Pietro, the Basilica of San Domenico, the Church of San Michele Arcangelo are...