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If arriving by bus, terminal (Pian di Masiano) is connected to Perugia by the amazing little minimetro. Relax in the café (walk up a few steps to get there) and browse the shops. Then onto the cosy little cable cars and get off at stazione...More
It is a great means of transportation in a city which is worth visiting but quite hilly, so you can make a good use of it. You can enjoy the views whilst going up and down the city, and it is fun for the children...More
While it works wonders for getting around the zones it covers,those zones are limited to getting from the stadium to uptown. Two points against it are (1) the eyesore construction of bright red bridges in a medieval panorama and (2) the terrific daily operating costs...More
It's a small train that runs without a driver and it's about 10 stops. Sometimes it gives a chance to see the city (not centre) cause it goes enough high. Once we took minimetro to arrive from centre to a winter's fair, it was an...More
If you arrive by train and are staying in the old part of Perugia, don't hesitate to take the minimetro, little unmanned train cars which are cheap, clean and convenient, and they run continuously through the day and evening. The train station is not within...More