We passed through it daily on our way from the main bus station to the top of the town, a journey made easy by four long escalators. Underground passages lead off in all directions, encouraging exploration but leaving one worrying about finding the way out again! There's very little in the way of explanation within the ancient structure, but lots... 更多
It's now a thoroughfare for a series of interconnecting escalators (scala mobile) from the Perugia bus station and where we garaged our car, but it's built through the ancient city! Wander around and see high ceilings, thick walls, and foot-worn floors. Marvel at the realisation that it's built by a Pope in 1548, on top of the Look At Me... 更多
This place is really cool, the connection between past and present is really visible in here...art exhibitions, sculptures and history are all connected with beauty and harmony...Rocca Paolina also connect the Old Town on the top of city to the down city of Perugia through escalators.
We saw the Rocca because we were traveling to the center of town on the escalator system. Its construction was very interesting, and it holds an important place in the city's history. Glad we were able to see it, even if we would not have been likely to seek it out on its own. Also featured some interesting art installations,... 更多
Another incredible discovery! Cannot overstate how beautiful is this Umbrian Region. Quite and full of beautiful surprises in every corner. La Rocca Paolina is now a part of the city of Perugia preserved as in the middle age underground for the will of a drspotic Pope and now back to live for the will of the people of Perugia! It... 更多
Old etruscan city hollowed out from a rock. A lot of ancient dwelllings were preserved and currently are accessible to the public for view. Escalators allow you travel into the belly of the structure and also to go from the city centre to some other parts of the city.