Worth a visit is also the National Gallery museum housed in the “Palazzo dei Priori”, which preserves valuable works of artists linked to the territory such as Piero della Francesca and Beato Angelico. In the Archaeological Museum next to the Church of San Domenico are some of the most important finds of the territory.
The paintings by Perugino, Pinturicchio and Bonfigli which are in Perugia deserve a guided tour, which allows one to fully enjoy the cultural and spiritual aspects.
These painters’ masterpieces are reproduced in frescoes inside every apartment of our residence, according to the Pictografia technique.
Unmissable is also San Lorenzo Cathedral, where beside a lot of works of art there is the Saint Joseph chapel, dedicated to the Sacred ring, Virgin Mary’s wedding ring.
Finally, the Rocca Paolina is a fortress built under the old town, when Pope Paul III fortified a section of the old center to defend himself from his enemies, and shows the presence of the ancient in a modern city. The Rocca Paolina represents one of the of the most characteristic periods of Perugia, it was designed as a sort of city within a city, updated with the presence of escalators built inside which connect new areas with the old town.