Arrivai. Eleoteio Tramwat from the station (994 ft.; restaurant)
through the Porta Nuova (PI. C, D, 6 ; 25 e.) and across the Piazza Vittorio
Emanuele (PI. C, 5 ; 20 min.) to the Piazza Danti (PI. C, 3) ; fare 30 e.
(there and back 50 e), handbag 10, trunks 30 e. — Cabs rarely at hand
(see below). The road ascends in curves and ends at the Porta Nuova
(PI. C, D, 6), beyond the military hospital and the Piazza d'Armi. At
the first bend of the road to the left, a footpath leads straight to the town
in 20 min., ending at the Porta Ebùrnea (Strada del Bucaccio ; PI. A, B, 6).
Agenzia di Città of the state railways, Piazza Umberto Primo.
Hotels (comp. p. xviii).— *Grand Hotel Brufani (PI. a, C, 5 ; English
landlord), well situated at the entrance to the town, 100 R. at 4-6, B. li/2,
déj. 3, D. 5, pens. 8-12, motor-omn. l'/2 fr., frequented by the English
(rooms should be secured in advance) ; *Palace Hotel (PI. p ; C, 5),
Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, in the former Pai. Cesaroni, 100 R. at 4-6,
B. IV2, déj. 3, D. 5, pens. 12-14, electric omn. IV2 fr- ; these two of the first
class, with lifts, electric light, central-heating, and baths. — Second class :
Hot. de la Grande-Bretagne & Poste (PI. b ; C, 4), Corso Vanucci 21,
at the corner of the Piazza Umberto Primo, with trattoria, R. from 21l2,
L. &, A. 1 fr. ; Alb.-Pens. Belle Arti (PI. e; C, 5), Via Luigi Bonazzi 21,
with open view, R. 2-2V2, pens. 5-6 fr., generally well spoken of. — Eur-
nished rooms are inexpensive.
Restaurants. Palace Hotel (see above) ; Trasimeno, Corso Vanucci 5 ;
Hotel de la Grande-Bretagne & Poste, see above ; Trattoria degli Artisti,
Via dei Priori 7-9 (PI. C, 4), plain but well spoken of. — Beer at Via
Baglioni 39 a (PI. C, 5).
Cafés. Baduel, Trasimeno, Pietro Vanucci, ali three in the Corso
Baths. Via. Augusta 1 (75 e).
Post & Telegraph Office (PI. C, 5), in the Palace Hotel (see above),
Piazza Vittorio Emanuele.
Cabs. Fares in the town: with one horse, per drive 75 e, per hr.
l'/a f*-> each V2 hr. more 50 e. ; at night (1-5 a.m.) IV4, 2, and 1 fr. ; with
two horses, per drive iy4, per hr. 3, each i/2 hr. more 1 fr. ; at night, 2,
4, and IV2 fr- Between the station and the town : one-horse 2i/2, two-
horse 4, a single place 1 fr. Small luggage 10, trunk 20 e. — Carriages
(vettura di rimessa) for excursions with one horse ca. 3, with two horses
5 fr. per hr. — Motor-Cars may be hired through the hotel-keepers.
Diligence Office, Corso Vanucci 38 : diligence to Umbertide (p. 64),
daily at 7.30 a.m. and 3.45 p.m., in 33/4 (back- in 41/2) hrs., 3 fr. ; to Todi
(p. 78), daily at 7 a.m., in 5V2 (back in 6V2) hrs., 5V2 fr-
Photographs at Dom. Terese's, opposite the Municipio (PI. C, 4).
English Cliurch Service at the Grand Hotel. ?
Principal Attractions (IV2 day). Collegio del Cambio (p. 70),
Palazzo del Municipio with the Pinacoteca Vanucci (p. 71), Fonte
Maggiore (p. 72), Cathedral (p. 73), Arco di Augusto (p. 74), University
(p. 74), San Bernardino (p. 75), San Domenico (p. 76), San Pietro
de' Cassinensi (p. 77). — A drive to Assisi recommended (comp. p. 80).
Perugia (1615 ft.), the capital of the province of Umbria, with
20,132 inhab., the residence of a prefect, of a military command-
ànt, and an archbishop, and the seat of a university, lies on a group
of hills about 985 ft. above the valley of the Tiber. The town is
built in an antiquated style, partly on the top of the hill, and partly
oh its slope. Numerous buildings of the 14-15th cent, (when f,h§