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PERUGIA SANT’EGIDIO AIRPORT
In Perugia there is a small airport Perugia Sant’Egidio (PEG) only has daily flights to and from Milan, where direct flights are available to and from most major international destinations. The closest airports to Perugia are in Rome, Pisa, and Florence. Perugia is not far from these cities and is easily accessible by train, bus or rental car.
The main international gateway is the Leonardo da Vinci Airport in Fiumicino, located 30 km south west of Rome.
Pisa Galileo Galilei Airport (PSA) (12 km south of Pisa and 80 km west of Florence).
Florence A. Vespucci Airport, known as (FLR) (10 km northwest of Florence).
You can fly to Rome by plane and continue your journey to Perugia by bus or car. There are also several trains that connect Perugia daily with Florence (via Terontola) and Rome (via Foligno or via Terontola).
PERUGIA TRAIN STATION “STAZIONE PERUGIA FONTIVEGGE”
Communications by train are quite good with all of northern Italy, mainly with 2 lines that connect Florence and Rome.
From the north, the main line between Florence and Rome has a station in Terontola (belongs to the ago Trasimeno, Perugia, Assisi, Spello, Foligno railway line).
From the south, the main line between Rome and Ancona has a station at Foligno (on the Spello, Assisi, Perugia and Lake Trasimeno railway line).
You can rent a car at the Perugia Fontivegge train station with the Rent a Car Avis/Budget company, located at Piazza Vittorio Veneto 7. You will need a driver’s license and a credit card to deposit the deposit for the duration of the rental.
PERUGIA, COME AND DISCOVER THE CAPITAL OF UMBRIA
Perugia or Perugia in Spanish, is located in the Umbria region, near the Tiber River. If you decide to rent a vehicle in Perugia you will be able to move around a city with great charm. Those who come to the Umbria region sooner or later end up thinking that they are in a “museum” region, especially due to the influences of the different cultures that have passed through history, such as the Etruscans, Romans, Lombards.
It has a great monumental and artistic component with a great historical load. Perugia preserves the walls that surround the city and also some access gates, such as the Arch of Augustus and the Marzia Gate. The National Gallery of Umbria is another cultural destination where you can enjoy works by Italian artists.
Another destination of interest that you can visit if you have rented a vehicle are the Fontecchio baths, very close to the city of Castello, in the same province of Perugia, the baths are known by the Franciscan name of Spello.
TRAVELING BY ROAD WITH A RENTAL VEHICLE FROM PERUGIA
If you are going to travel with a rental car, the road communication routes to drive through the Umbria region are:
The SS 3 bis (also called E45), which runs along the Tiber valley, and the SS 75 bis, called the “Perugia-Bettolle Junction”.
The A1 Rome–Florence motorway (“Autostrada del Sole”) runs along the western limits of Umbria, it is linked to Perugia by the “Raccordo Perugia-Bettolle”.