Walking in times past!

The Sangallo Palace Hotel is situated in the city centre of Perugia, near the Piazza Partigiani, the location both of the largest underground car park in Perugia and the main bus terminal for old centre. From here you can take the escalators, which run through the enchanting 16th century fortress "Rocca Paolina" up to the “Corso Vannucci”, central Perugia's teeming thoroughfare.


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By car

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Covered Car Parking (Partigiani)   mt. 20
Bus Station   mt.40
Taxi Station   mt. 40
Escalators Rocca Paolina   mt. 20
Mini Metro Pincetto   mt. 450
Main Railway Station Fontivegge   km. 2
St. Anna Railway Station   mt. 250
S. Egidio Perugia Airport (PEG)   km. 10
Curi Soccer Stadium and Palabarton ( ex Palaevangelisti) Sport Center   km. 3

By plane

Aeroporto di Perugia S. Egidio (PEG)
- A shuttle from company ACAP SULGA is almost always available at airport arrivals, it takes you to Piazza Partigiani (Sangallo Palace Hotel). The ticket costs 8.00 Euro per ride and must be paid to the driver. No reservation needed to take the bus from the airport.
- Taxi available at the airport (costs is around 35.00 Euro per ride)

Aeroporto Roma Fiumicino – Leonardo da Vinci (FCO) – We suggest to reach Perugia with a bus from the company Sulga. The bus stops in Piazza Partigiani (25 meters from the Sangallo Palace) – (Sulga: www.sulga.eu - Tel: +39 075 5009641)

By train

Official Trenitalia time-table (www.trenitalia.com) – Trains coming from abroad

- Arrive to Railway Station Perugia Fontivegge.
The hotel can be reached from the main train station in three different ways (5 to 15 min.):
1 – Bus (take every bus to Perugia City Centre, stop in Via Masi, Piazza Partigiani or Via Marconi)
2 – Mini metro: stop at the Pincetto Station ( 600 meters from the hotel) then walk in Via 14 Settembre, through the Three Arches, reach Via Marconi, turn right in Via Masi (Sangallo Palace)
3 – Taxi (Taxi station on the left outside the train station)

Discover Perugia

With its Etruscan walls, a gorgeous Medieval center, Perugia is not only a city for the gluttonous (re: chocolate), but for artists and art lovers alike.

  • Events

    - Perugia hosts events, such as Eurochocolate where chocolate, in all its varied forms is the rightful protagonist, and Umbria Jazz, the jazz music festival that every year gathers together the most important artists of the jazz world. -
  • Art and Culture

    - In this area visitors will have the chance to enjoy an atmosphere of bygone times, among the medieval paths, the palaces, the castles and the fortresses of charming villages and will probably feel a strong impulse to come back one day. -
  • Nature and Landscapes

    - Everchanging, untouched landscapes in the green of winding valleys make Umbria a region that will never fail to amaze. -