Tourist Information

There are lots of tourist attractions near Bellalma vineyards.

Palazzo della Penna (Perugia)

Palazzo della Penna is located in 11 Podiani Street, in the city of Perugia, and houses the Civic Museum of Palazzo della Penna, the Institute “Deputazione di Storia Patria per l’Umbria”, the Culture Department and other municipal offices (Urban Green Areas and Open Sports Spaces).

Rocca Paolina (Perugia)

Rocca Paolina is one of the fortresses erected in the city of Perugia. It was built between 1540 and 1543 by Pope Paul III and represented, until 1860, the symbol of papal power on the ancient city. The building, designed by Alessandro Tomassoni da Terni and Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, was built on what were the houses of the Baglioni, following their revolt against the pope, and occupied a large part of the South of Perugia.

Piazza IV Novembre (Perugia)

IV November Square is located in the historic center of Perugia, and as Serafino Siepi wrote, “it is the most beautiful and most venerable square of the city and centre of it”.
The asymmetric square opens to the convergence of the five roads that structure the medieval city and its scenery represented in every epoch the privileged place of urban functions: here was placed the ancient forum and Etruscan-Roman monuments are still preserved.

Corso Vannucci (Perugia)

Corso Vannucci is the most important road of Perugia. The road, which takes its name from Pietro Vannucci, painter born in Città della Pieve and famous by the nickname Il Perugino, develops between imposing and important buildings: Palazzo dei Priori (with Collegio del Cambio, at the first floor, painted by Perugino, and the Collegio della Mercanzia), Palazzo dei Notari (XV sec.), Casa Baldo degli Ubaldi (XV sec), Church St. Isidore and Palazzo Donini (1716).

Palazzo dei Priori (Perugia)

Palazzo dei Priori also known as Palazzo Comunale, is one of the most imposing architectonic expression of the medieval culture in Italy. It rises in the main IV November Square, in the city of Perugia, in the Umbrian town of Perugia. Nowadays, it houses the town hall and, at the third floor, the Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria.

Chiesa di San Severo (Perugia)

The Church of Saint Severo is located, in Raffaello di Porta Sole Square, in the upper side of Perugia (493 m). The building was built in 1758, next to the oldest Camaldolese church. This ancient church, founded at the time of Saint Romualdo, has small apses and a cusped niche which are visible in the former convent.

Stadio Renato Curi (Perugia)

The Renato Curi Stadium, originally Pian di Massiano Stadium, is a Perugian sporting complex. It was inaugurated in 1975 and owes its original name to the area of Pian di Massiano, where it rises. The current name honors the memory of the deceased Renato Curi, former football player of Perugia, which is the home team in that stadium.

Università degli Studi di Perugia

The University of Perugia is one of the leading and oldest Italian universities.It was one of the first free universities arose in Italy, built in Studium Generale on September 8, 1308, as attested by the Papal Bull “Super Specula” of Clement V. An institution that educated in the arts of medicine and law still existed since the beginning of the thirteenth century, primarily funded by the City.

Città della Domenica

The City of Sunday is the amusement park located in Ferro di Cavallo, Perugia (only 2 kilometers from the city center). It was designed and achieved by Mario Spagnoli (1900-1977), a smart businessman native of Perugia, son of Luisa Spagnoli that in 1960 decided to convert his own land in Monte Pulito, in the suburb of Perugia, into a fun park for family, an ideal city that, in the beginning, had to get the name of “Spagnolia”.

Santa Maria degli Angeli (Assisi)

The Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, according to the Roman Catholic rite, is located in Assisi, in the hamlet of the same name. It was built in a project of Galeazzo Alessi and with interventions of Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola in the second half of the sixteenth century. Inside there is the Porziuncola chapel where Francis of Assisi gathered in prayer: for this reason this is also the center of Franciscan spirituality.

Autodromo di Magione (Magione)

The Umbrian autodrome “Mario Umberto Borzacchini”, also known as autodrome of Magione, is an italian automobile and motorcycle racing circuit. It’s located in the city of Magione, in the province of Perugia, exactly in Baccanella Area.

Basilica di San Francesco (Assisi)

The Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi is the place that, since 1230, has retained and preserved the mortal remains of the seraphic saint. Requested by Pope Gregory IX as a specialis ecclesia, it was bestowed by the Pope himself with the title of Caput et Mater of the Minorite Order and at the same time given to the friars themselves for perpetuity. In 2000, together with the other local Franciscan sites, the basilica became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Basilica di Santa Chiara (Assisi)

The Basilica of St. Clare was erected between 1257 and 1265, after the saint’s death, on the site of the church of San Giorgio where St. Francis was buried until 1230. Here, her body was transferred in 1260 and the solemn consecration took place in 1265 in the presence of Clemente IV. The construction of the church began under the direction of Filippo Campello. Clare’s tomb was found in 1850.

Lago Trasimeno

Lake Trasimeno, with an area of 128 square kilometers, is the largest lake in Central Italy, fourth among Italian lakes after Lake Como. This extension comes with one shallow (average 4.3 m, maximum 6 m), so that the Trasimeno is one of the lakes laminar. The Lake Trasimeno is part of the Province of Perugia, Umbria region. In Lake Trasimeno are three islands namely, in order of magnitude, the Polvese, the Major and the Minor.

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