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About Perugia

Perugia is the capital of the Umbria Region (the Green Heart of Italy), and is located in central Italy. The town is of Etruscan origin and contains more than 160,000 inhabitants.

The Acropolis of Perugia (about 490 m a.s.l.) has been selected by the Etruscan people for the topographic arrangement on two contiguous hills, Colle del Sole and Colle Landone, and for the water resources.

The oldest urban center is enclosed by walls dating from the 3rd Century BC, that are themselves incorporated into a medieval fortification (14th Century).

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Reaching Perugia

Here you can find some information about how to reach Perugia and contacts of the major Italian transportation companies.

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University Guest House

University Guest House accommodation

A limited number of rooms (n. 6 double rooms - max n. 12 beds) reserved exclusively to students and PhD students, is available in the University of Perugia accommodation - "ex-Fatebenefratelli¡" Residence, close to the city center (Via Fatebenefratelli, 4 - Perugia).

 

  • Double ensuite rooms are available at 18 €/night/person.
  • Double ensuite rooms can also be booked for the entire week at 90 €/night/person.

For futher information: https://www.adisu.umbria.it/servizi-abitativi-intro (in Italian)
To confirm the reservation, please send a copy of a valid ID as soon as possible.


Please note that the residence only accepts credit card or back transfer payments. Cash payment is not available.

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for reservations University Guest House. Please quote "Geomorphometry Residence reservation" in the subject of the email. The allocation will be made on first come, first served basis.

Travel And Visa

Basic travel guide to Italy with local information including climate, currency and electricity is provided here. Regarding Passport and Visa procedures, please bear in mind that these are mere guidelines, for more information please contact the Italian Embassy or Consolate in your country and/or the Local Authorities.

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