The third day of our Italian trip was spent in Perugia. I wasn’t inclined to visit big cities, but it was worth it, despite the scorching sun and expensive gelato. We had to leave the car in a parking out of the city and take the bus to go in. The road was steep and the bus driver was quite brutal with the breaks, but we made it to the heart of the city in one piece.
I couldn’t take a picture of the aqueduct without the cars or the red nets.
Amazing place in the city, with a castle-looking building and pretty fountain. And there’s a good ice-cream maker nearby.
We stumbled upon a beautiful small temple, next to which students seem to like to sunbathe between classes.
Cute street art, which I later read was the doing of Clet.
Italy wouldn’t be Italy without its tiny Fiat cars!