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I like the idea of the minimetro that it brings you from the stadium, or the train station directly to the centre of Perugia. It is reliable, will not stuck in the traffic and there is enough space if it is not Umbria Jazz or...More
We used the minimetro to get from the train station into the upper square of the city to our rented apartment. It is easy to use and much cheaper than a taxi. There are automated ticket machines, which are easy to use. Cost is 1.5...More
Don’t miss a trip on the wonderfully efficient Mini Metro. This is a great little system that doesn’t seem to have any people running it. You buy tickets from a machine, enter the station and wait at the most 2 minutes for a tiny train...More
OK, these cars run on a track, maybe not the driverless cars you were thinking about. But they are an excellent way to connect from the train station to the center of the old town in Perugia, which sits high up the hill. The Minimetro...More
Cable cars running on rails, frequent, reliable and FUN. A single ticket at €1.50 lasts for 70 minutes from first use and can be used several times during that period - but you must wait for 20 minutes after checking out before checking in again....More
Dead easy once you find it. Not enough signage off the train. Other couples we came with didn't see it and paid 20 euros in taxi. Beware. Seemed like Perugia doesn't want people to know about for fear of upsetting taxi and bus services? Good...More