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Etruscan Perugia and Perugina chocolate
✓ Private transfer with minivan
✓ National Archaeological Museum visit
✓ 3-course lunch with dessert, wine and coffee
✓ Perugina chocolate factory visit
The city was founded by the ancient Etruscans on the top of two hills around the VI century BC and had its culmination in the Hellenistic period. It was conquered by Octavian Augustus in 40 BC and renamed Augusta Perugia.
Morning tour of the historic center of Perugia with particular emphasis on Etruscan gates and walls that still partly surround the city.
Afternoon tour of the Etruscan Wall, a majestic hydraulic work of the III century BC and immediately afterwards, visit of the National Archaeological Museum, reachable on foot. The archaeological collection is housed in the suggestive cloister of San Domenico, and includes Etruscan artifacts found in the necropolis that surrounded the town of Perugia. The tour ends at the renowned Perugina chocolate factory. Learn the production process, visit the thematic museum and discover the chocolate shop.