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Below the soil of Perugia, there exists a city even more ancient than the one that can be admired from the surface: a hidden world where speleology and archaeology become intertwined with history and where one can discover the many cultural treasures that are so often ignored.
The Speleological Group of Perugia will show you the secret crannies lying underneath the city, doing guided tours of the various sites, some of which will be opened just for this occasion. The visits will be led by art historians, speleologists, and archaeologists, who will illustrate the happenings and the secrets of this medieval city.
For contact information, click the read more link!
Guided visits from 10am until 5pm.
- Underground Palaces of Justice (Piazza Matteotti)
- The Etruscan Well (Piazza Danti)
- The underground of the Cathedral of San Lorenzo (Piazza IV Novembre)
- The Aqueduct (Via Appia)
- Bomb Shelter (Viale Independenza)
Those interested must reserve by Thursday, February 16th!
Gruppo Speleologico CAI Perugia
Via Santini, 8 (in Elce)
Phone: 075 584 7070 (Thursday from 9:30-11:00)
Mauro Guiducci: 335 572 6590
Silvia S. Parasecolo: 340 897 0306