The BlueBay Colle de la Trinita Perugia**** hotel is located on top of Perugia’s most scenic hill and immersed in a protected centuries-old park, the Park of Trinity. This is a unique spot to find peace and benefit from an incomparable setting.
The capital of the Umbria region, Italy’s landlocked heart, Perugia is one of the country’s best-preserved cities.
Perugia is a charming Italian city which begs to be explored, and thanks to its petite size, it can be easily visited on foot. And with picture perfect Tuscany just a short distance away, Perugia is a great base for those looking to experience a Tuscany holiday too!
Situated just a few kilometers from Perugia, the BlueBay Colle Della Umbria offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside as well as Perugia itself.
With a calm and relaxed ambience, the BlueBay Colle Della Umbria makes an ideal hotel from which to explore everything a holiday in Perugia has to offer.
The BlueBay Colle Della Umbria is also a great base from which to explore the wider region of Umbria, as well as those looking for hotels near Tuscany.
Located in the center of Italy, Perugia is a lively hilltop city boasting cobbled medieval alleyways, people-filled piazzas and grand churches.
To get a true feel for the city, we recommend exploring Perugia’s narrow streets and walking along the city walls, which offer sweeping views across the Umbrian countryside below. Landmarks not to miss include the bustling Piazza IV Novembre and its beautiful fountain Fontana Maggiore, the Etruscan Arch and the underground remains of the Rocca Paolina fortress.
Despite being steeped in history, Perugia is also a thoroughly modern city, thanks to its large student population, who bring the city’s café terraces and bars to life once the sun goes down. It also boasts one of Europe’s best jazz festivals, Umbria Jazz, and was shortlisted to be the European Capital of Culture in 2019.
Foodies will find themselves spoilt for choice in Perugia thanks to the region’s fertile fields, olive groves, vineyards and forests. Porchetta, made from a whole pig stuffed with garlic and herbs, is a delicious regional specialty well worth seeking out, as is Perugia’s Baci chocolate. So famed for its chocolate, Perugia is now home to one of Europe’s largest chocolate festivals, EuroChocolate, which attracts almost one million visitors to the city each October.
Perugia benefits from a Mediterranean climate, with dry hot summers and mild winters.
From June to September, temperatures reach above 27C most days, and can peek above 30C in July and August.
Cooler temperatures can be expected from October to May, with January generally being the coldest.
Rain is infrequent, but those particularly averse to rain should avoid visiting in November, Perugia’s wettest month.