The surroundings

Quasar Village

Quasar Village – Future-oriented shopping

Modern and innovative both from a business standpoint and in terms of its cutting-edge technologies, with more than 60 shops and a state-of-the-art structure: it is based on one of the most comprehensive concepts in its kind at national level. All this guarantees a novel shopping and sharing experience for the customer, making Quasar Village a point of reference for future-oriented shopping.

  • 60 shops
  • Conad Hypermarket
  • 7 restaurants for catering
  • 2,200 parking spaces
  • Open 24 h, also on Sundays
Gherlinda - vicino al Quasar Residence

Gherlinda

50 shops, 11 cinema screens, 8 restaurants and one large amusement arcade: the Gherlinda centre is the point of pride for entertainment in the Umbria region.

Shopping, culture and entertainment are the weapons of seduction which have helped charm adults and children alike. The Centre, thanks to its multifaceted offer, is able to target a very wide audience, catering for the needs of all the family. The upward trend of the Centre is the result of a campaign which includes a number of initiatives aimed at encouraging customer loyalty, based on a formula offering customers the guarantee of a top quality standard in every respect. Nothing is left to chance at Gherlinda: cleanliness, tidiness and safety are indeed the lynchpins for our guests’ wellbeing, therefore one of the strong points of the Centre.

www.gherlinda.it

Gherlinda - vicino al Quasar Residence
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Perugia

The old town of Perugia is built on an acropolis at a height of about 450 m above sea level. Its highest point, Porta Sole, stands at 494 m; this makes it the most densely populated Italian town among those located at more than 250 metre altitude. The old town was built around this spot and on the hillslopes starting from there, forming an acropolis and five medieval boroughs extending across five gates. The original Etruscan city walls, 3 km long, were extended in the thirteenth and fourteenth century with a new and final walling about 9 km long, which is almost totally intact and encompasses a surface of 120 hectares.

The historic boroughs are: Porta Sole, Porta Sant’Angelo, Porta S. Susanna, Porta Eburnea and Porta S. Pietro, which for centuries corresponded to the respective sections of the rural land, governed by the city ever since the Commune government was established. Each borough is centred around a main road, or Corso, onto which the winding alleys converge; there are convents, bell-towers, basilicas, churches, oratories, chapels, stately homes (about a hundred), smaller villas and row houses in the alleys.

Università appartamenti Perugia

Santa Maria della Misericordia Hospital

www.ospedale.perugia.it

Università degli studi di Perugia

The University is the ideal venue for young people to start an academic course of studies, both because of its renowned lecturers and researchers and the numerous modern facilities in support of teaching, which takes place in Perugia, as well as in Assisi, Foligno, Narni and at the scientific hub in Terni.
It includes sixteen academic Departments: Chemistry, Biology and Biotechnologies; Economics; Philosophy, Social Sciences, Humanities and Education; Physics and Geology; Law; Engineering; Civil and Environmental Engineering; Literature – Ancient and Modern Languages, Literature and Civilisation -, Mathematics and Computer Science; Medicine; Experimental Medicine; Veterinary Medicine; Agricultural, Food and Environmental Science; Surgical and Biomedical Science; Pharmaceutical Science; Political Science.

www.unipg.it

Università appartamenti Perugia
museo della perugina

Museo Storico Perugina

The Museo Storico Perugina® is an integral part of the tour through the Casa del Cioccolato® Perugina®: it was established in 1997 with a view to sharing with the general public a part of the extensive Archivio Storico Buitoni Perugina® collection, which is still listed by the Cultural Heritage Superintendence.

The Museo Storico Perugina® is visited every year by more than 60,000 people and it is the second corporate museum in Italy, the only one offering a comprehensive tour experience characterised by an all-Italian passion for chocolate and creativity going back more than one hundred years.

www.perugina.it

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Corciano

According to an ancient legend, Corciano was built by Coragino, the mythical companion of the Greek hero Ulysses.
The earliest records of human presence (a few tool fragments on a flint blade and several pottery fragments (made of unturned clay) date back to the Neolithic period. The discovery of two cinerary urns (kept in the
Antiquarium of the Town Hall) confirm human presence there sometime between the 9th and 8th century B.C. between the 3rd and 2nd century B.C. several hamlets were established (generally small-sized), mainly engaged in farming work and crafts.

This is a renowned archaeological area because of the famous nineteenth-century find of the bronze chariot burial dating to the 6th century B.C. Four centuries later it started to undergo a strong development process, probably due to the growing demand for travertine to be used for the production of funerary urns, memorial stones, but most importantly for the construction of the city of Perugia.

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Solomeo and cashmere

The fourteenth-century village of Solomeo, on the eponymous rise, between the Umbria hills and evergreen trees, relives the original medieval and Renaissance shapes which have always characterised it.
It is exactly here that
Brunello Cucinelli was established and developed, the Italian fashion house famous for its production of valuable cashmere knitwear. Today the company is a leader at international level in the luxury sector, having produced total-look collections for men and women, and being able to avail itself of its own boutique network throughout the world.