Taking a look into the map of Italy, Perugia covers two-third region of entire Umbria, standing on the roof of a hill (between the Tiber valley and Trasimenian Sea) making it as an obvious option to consider as capital city. Its royal appearance gives you a glimpse of bygone era. Right from the Perugia tourist attractions, architecture of the historic centre, Roman temple, piazzas, palazzo to cool cafes, boutiques; it is a worth visit to this city. Not to forget about the famous Perugina chocolate factory and festivals like Umbria jazz (music festival) and Eurochocolate (the international chocolate factory) that attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world.
People say that around 30,000 people staying in Perugia are students because of the university and Italian language school for outsiders. So, you can well imagine that the city is always alive and buzzing throughout the year.