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Perugia is the larger of the two provinces in the region of Umbria in Italy, with a small but charming capital city of the same name at its heart. The region and city lie to the north of Rome and the southeast of Florence.
The best time to visit the province of Perugia is in early autumn. Temperatures and visitor numbers are lower than during the summer peak of July to August and you stand a better chance of finding cheap flights to Perugia at this time. There are also more affordable accommodation options, with better rates on rooms in the shoulder seasons of early autumn and late spring.
Whatever time of year you visit, you can find cheap flights to Perugia with Expedia. Use the filter options on the left side of the page to discover suitable flights, selecting certain airlines or specified arrival times.
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There are regular departures to Perugia from a choice of UK airports. These include:
Perugia San Francesco d’Assisi, also known as Umbria International Airport, is the city and region’s main airport. It is a small airport with limited scheduled and seasonal flights. Rome’s airports are three hours away by car or bus and offer a much larger selection of flights from around the UK.
Several airlines offer affordable flights to Perugia, either directly or to Rome, including:
If you’re travelling fairly light, then the best way to get around in the city is by hopping on one of the scale mobile which link the Piazza Partigini with the Piazza Italia. Or catch one of the cheap buses into the city. If you plan to explore more of the region, then a rental car from the airport is a good option and gives you more freedom to discover Umbria.
Most of the major attractions in the city are on top of the hill and around the Centro Storico, a mostly pedestrianised area. Check out the underground passages that once connected parts of the city to the 16th century fort. Or simply stroll and take in delights such as the Etruscan Well and Palazzo del Priori.
Visit in July and you can make the most of Umbria Jazz, a festival that covers the whole region but centres around the city.
Italy is one hour ahead of the UK and uses the euro as its currency. UK citizens do not need a visa for travel to Italy.