Many of Perugia’s most popular attractions are close to Bettona, making it a popular place to stay or visit on a day trip. Di Filippo and the St. Mary of the Angels are amongst the many popular places to discover here. If you have time, don’t miss the Papal Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi and the Oratorio dei Pellegrini.
Bettona offers some interesting cultural attractions within easy reach that make great places to visit. Take a guided tour, admire the building in which it is housed or simply enjoy the fascinating exhibits at the Palazzo della Penna, the National Archaeological Museum of Umbria and the Roman Temple of Minerva in Assisi. Enjoy seeing local and touring talent strut their stuff at the Teatro Comunale Morlacchi. Aspiring artists should check out the local artwork and other exhibits at the National Gallery of Umbria.
If you are spending a while in and around Bettona, be sure to visit the Basilica San Pietro, Rocca Paolina and the San Francesco al Prato. If you’re into history, the region’s past comes vividly back to life at Fontana Maggiore and the Santa Maria delle Rose in Assisi. The Chiesa di San Severo, the Church of San Michele Arcangelo and the Church of Sant'Ercolano offer those visiting the opportunity to better understand the religious history of the area.
See much-loved sporting heroes, the A.C. Perugia Calcio, battle their opponents in the nearby Renato Curi Stadium. On weekends the stadium becomes a sea of red and white, as crowds gather to support their beloved team.
For a real taste of this fascinating part of the world, think about making a reservation at one of the area’s many accommodation options. Take your pick from the Exe Perusia Hotel, the Hotel Sangallo Palace, or the Giotto Hotel & Spa, Assisi.