Piccione is a popular place to head to in Perugia as a large number of the area’s star attractions are within easy reach. The Parco di Porta Sant'Angelo and the Church of San Michele Arcangelo are two of the popular places to visit. Also, well worth the effort are the Chiesa di San Severo and Arco Etrusco.
Vacationers in Piccione, looking for something a little out of the ordinary, should make tracks to the cultural attractions nearby. There are plenty of excellent destinations visitors can pay a visit to for a morning including the Palazzo della Penna, the National Archaeological Museum of Umbria and the Roman Temple of Minerva in Assisi. To experience the city’s dynamic artistic culture, book a show at one of the much-loved performance venues such as the Teatro Comunale Morlacchi. There are a number of excellent galleries to enjoy nearby. In particular, don’t miss the National Gallery of Umbria.
Visitors looking for interesting places to visit in and around Perugia will not want to miss out on the Basilica San Pietro, Rocca Paolina and the San Francesco al Prato. For those who enjoy history, Perugia’s past comes vividly back to life at Fontana Maggiore, the Santa Maria delle Rose in Assisi and the St. Mary of the Angels. To get a little closer to Perugia’s heart and soul, pay a visit to the area’s most sacred sites, such as the Church of Sant'Ercolano and the Church of Santa Giuliana.
Nearby Renato Curi Stadium is a great place to spend an afternoon enjoying soccer, and to see local heroes, the A.C. Perugia Calcio, in all their glory. On game days the stadium becomes a sea of red and white, as soccer fans join together to get behind their home-grown heroes.
Finding somewhere convenient to base yourself in Piccione couldn’t be easier. The Exe Perusia Hotel, the Hotel Sangallo Palace and the Giotto Hotel & Spa, Assisi are among the many great places to stay around here.