Ride the Mini Metro with me in Perugia

Perugia Centro storico

Perugia Centro storico

When I visited Perugia, I had to take their Mini Metro to reach the lower part of the city. This mode of transport is  efficient as well as inexpensive. I thought you might enjoy sharing the two-minute ride with me.

Read about more of me adventures during my 3-month solo travel in Italy in my first book, Memoirs of a Solo Traveler – My Love Affair with Italy. Available on Amazon in paperbook and Kindle.

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17 Responses to Ride the Mini Metro with me in Perugia

  1. Kate Lester says:

    Thanks for the ride, Margie. I enjoyed listening to the conversation, too. Not that I understood much of it, but it’s just so melodic.

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  2. Margie, I went to school (L’Universita di Stranieri) in Perugia many years ago (molti anni fa!) but long before they had the mini metro – what a great idea! So many of the Italian hill towns have train service to the bottom of the hills, then it is a taxi ride or a very long walk up to the city. Maybe I will have to return to Perugia to explore this 🙂

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    • I didn’t know that about you. How interesting! That is one of the reasons I like the city – so much energy with all the young people around!! I think a return trip sounds wonderful!

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  3. Thanks Margie. I have been to Perugia but did not see this

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  4. imarancher says:

    What a difference in scenery during a 2 minute ride. Fascinating country! B Davis

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  5. Marko says:

    Hello! I wish you a successful new week.

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  6. lee laurino says:

    do you have a post on where to catch the min metro? does it leave you near the train station? doesnt Perugia also have some escalators??? i saw them on my last visit but had no idea where they would take me.

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  7. mapametro says:

    Best way to know what Perugia MiniMetro really is

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