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“Our favorite "home away from home"” This was the second time we've stayed at Villa Nuba. Need I say that we love it? There aren't enough superlatives for describing it. We stayed again in the del Bonfigli apartment, which is beautifully furnished, and completely comfortable. The kitchen is well supplied for light cooking. The lovely gift basket provided to guests on arrival provides the first night's and next mornings meals. The grocery store a short walk away has everything you could want for preparing meals in your apartment. The bed is divine (I never sleep well in other beds - except this one), and the linens, heavy Italian cotton, a luxury. Guiseppe and Elga are the most gracious hosts, going out of their way to make guests welcome and ensure that their stay is a good one. They provide tips on restaurants, sights, shopping and many other things.
When you stay, get the Perugia walking tour guide at the tourist info center in the centro storico. It provides a guided tour of the five different neighborhoods of old Perugia, each of them quite distinct. The guide provides history and background on the churches, towers, steps, palazzos and other sights. It will give you a feel for the beautiful city that you won't get from just enjoying the Corso Vannuci.
Travel through Umbria - the most beautiful part of Italy. The mountains and walled medieval cities, the soft light, the deep greens of the forests and silvery green of the olive groves playing against the yellow fields - you won't find this kind of beauty any where else! Umbrian people are friendly, helpful, warm, and happy to have visitors. The restaurants are outstanding, some of them small places mostly serving local people. We had the most amazing meals of our Italian trip in Umbria.
We'll be back - to see more of Umbria, to sit and watch the gorgeous sunsets, to taste the excellent foods, and to see our hosts/friends Guiseppe and Elga (and Lorenzo).