Historical City Center

The Sangallo Palace Hotel is situated in the city center of Perugia and within walking distance of public parking with survelance cameras 24/7, and the main bus terminal.

 

HOW TO ARRIVE

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car

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DISTANCES FROM THE HOTEL
Covered Car Parking (Partigiani) 20mt.
Bus Station 40 mt.
Taxi Station 40 mt.
Rocca Paolina Escalators 20 mt.
Mini-Metro Light-Rail System 450 mt.
Main Railway Station Fontivegge  2 km.
St. Anna Railway Station  250 mt.
Perugia Airport San Francesco d'Assisi (PEG)  10km.
Curi Soccer Stadium and Palabarton ( ex Palaevangelisti) Sport Center 3 km.

plane

Perugia Airport San Francesco D'Assisi (PEG)
- - A shuttle service run by the public consortium ACAP SULGA is available. Please check their website for times.
- Taxi service runs 24/7
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Aeroporto Roma Fiumicino – Leonardo da Vinci (FCO) – WWe suggest taking the SULGA company bus which stops in Piazza Partigiani (25 meters from the Sangallo Palace) – (Sulga: www.sulga.eu - Tel: +39 075 5009641)

train

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

- From the Perugia Train Station, you can arrive to the Sangallo Palace Hotel by:
1 – Bus take TS, R, H, I, G, A and others all of which arrivesnear to the hotel
2 – Mini metro: stop at the Pincetto Station ( 600 meters from the hotel
3 – Taxi rank can be found in front of the train station service or you can call 24/7 the following number: +39 075 5004888

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. -