Perugia is the capital of Umbria and, symbolically, the Italian capital of chocolate. Famous for its Perugina cream, this lovely city hosts the Lake Trasimeno, thick woodland, medieval and religious atmosphere. From the old city centre to the quite hinterland, Perugia is filled with cultural activities, medieval buildings and interesting folk stories.
It is also considered a lively university city with evening entertainments, cafes, restaurants and romantic hotels.
In addition, Perugia is the scenery of two important festivals: the Umbria Jazz Festivals and the Eurochocolate.