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This property guarantees cleaning and disinfection of rooms and common areas to national guideline standards
You must keep a distance of at least one metre from staff and other guests in all common areas
You must wear a mask in all common areas
Used disposable masks and gloves must be thrown away in the containers provided after use
If you suspect you have Covid-19 related symptoms, do not leave your room, and notify the Manager immediately
The Manager is authorised to check body temperatures, and can withhold access in the event of a temperature reading greater than 37.5Â°C
If you have a fever or flu-like symptoms, notify the Staff immediately
You must wash or disinfect your hands before entering the common areas
Avoid congregating in the common areas
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or disinfect them with alcohol-based gel
Open the windows to ventilate the room before leaving
Cover your mouth and hands with a tissue while coughing or sneezing
Situated in the centre of the Italian peninsula, the region of Umbria is traditionally considered the green heart of Italy.
As a guest, you certainly will be enchanted by the dazzling views of centuries-old villages perched atop radiant, green, rolling Umbrian hillsides. Equally delighful is a visit to the ancient city of Perugia, the regional capital, to wander its narrow, winding medieval streets. Built on the crest of a hill at an elevation of 493 metres, your gateway to the city will be the magnificent Etruscan Arch, still perfectly intact.
A memorable experience can also be enjoyed in the dark, mysterious passageways of the old underground quarter, which run under the fortress at La Rocca Paolina, commissioned by Pope Paul III and built by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger in 1549.
Other attractions are the Etruscan monuments, the museums, the fresh Umbrian air, the myriad of restaurants where diners can savour the traditional dishes of Umbria and Italian cuisine in general, and the friendliness of the locals, who have long been accustomed to the presence of visitors from other countries as Perugia is the home of the University for Foreigners for Italian Language Studies, the oldest and most prestigious institute of its kind in Italy.
The Etruscan and medieval Perugia, a city of art, culture and nature. A city with important events which take place there throughout the year, for example the Umbria Jazz Festival (during the July month) andeurochocolate (during the October month).
If you should choose to be a guest at The Charming Villa Nuba Apartments, you will experience a truly unforgettable holiday.
What is more, Perugia is not far from the A1 motorway (Autostrada del Sole) and only one and a half hours drive from Rome and Florence, three hours from Bologna and five hours from Milan.
The Charming Villa Nuba Apartments, the only luxury apartments rental for short and long periods in Umbria.
We will be glad to have you as our guests.
Villanuba is far only 1,5 km from the historic centre of Perugia town!
By walking the centre is far only about 20 minutes;
At only 150 mt. there is the bus stop;
At only 3 km there is the central train station;
At only 2 km there is the central bus station that connect Perugia with all Umbria and Italy;
At only 200-300 mt. there are stores, markets, shops, cafè.
Special prices for long periods (four weeks or more) please, contact us!
Our propose will be certainly profitable for you!