Perugia is a breathtakingly beautiful city and this underground city adds to the majesty of the city. It was beautiful, interesting, and a welcome retreat from the hot, August sun.
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Ok, at first sight there is a huge tunnel below Perugia. It's important to know that Rocca Paolina was made by Pope Paolo III against perugini. He destroyed the palace of Baglioni family, to make his own castle and fortress. He saved Etruscan architecture, and...More
Incredibly interesting, spend an hour or so here and read about it's history, what a pope and his army can do
Let your imagination run wild in the underground passages and rooms of the Rocca. We loved the little intro video that used the same walls as screens. It's a must see. The Rocca has left a lasting impression and certainly a highlight of our trip...More
Surprising but in a good way. Really didn't expect much but was enthralled by the maze of caverns steeped in local history. Served by modern escalators! A must visit
It’s a nifty of underground tunnels, with good historical descriptions, which is also clean and well-lit (and includes escalators that take you from convenient parking lots to the historical centre of Perugia). Highly recommend!