This week’s photo is from Perugia, Italy. In April after our honeymoon to Turkey, Andy and I attended the Travel Bloggers Unite conference in the region of Umbria, Italy. One of the things we did was attend a photography workshop. After the classroom portion, we went into Perugia to wander around and take pictures for a couple hours. There were students on their Easter holiday touring the city, and locals shopping and walking their dogs. We were disappointed that was rainy and a bit cold that day, but I really enjoyed the pieces I saw of this city. But really, what’s not to like about Italy?

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16 comments on “Weekly Photo – Perugia, Italy

  1. Andrew

    Neat photo of life in Perugia. I remember that day. The clouds did make photographing a bit hard, but some good shots and a nice walk.

    1. Ali Post author

      Agreed. I could’ve done without the rain, but the clouds were cool.

  2. Steph (@ 20 Years Hence)

    I agree, there’s not an awful lot that you’re going to find to complain about in Italy (though I know some people still will), but it sounds like that is even more the case in Umbria! When Tony and I finally make it to Europe, I’d really like to spend a month or so in just Italy, and I’m hoping we can make it to Perugia. Your photo is gorgeous!

    1. Ali Post author

      Thanks Steph! Italy is so beautiful! A month there sounds wonderful. It’s one of the few countries I could go back to a million times.

    1. Ali Post author

      I haven’t seen nearly enough of the country, but I could easily go back over and over again. One of my favorite countries!

    1. Ali Post author

      Wonderful country! I’ve already been twice this year and I’d love to go back for more.

  3. Laurel

    I loved Perugia, you never knew what you find waiting around the next corner – even if the weather didn’t exactly cooperate.

    1. Ali Post author

      It was a really neat town. I wish I could’ve spent more time exploring, but hopefully another time.

    1. Ali Post author

      Yep, one of my favorite countries in the world.

  4. Andrea

    Isn’t Perugia home of the Amanda Knox circus? Sorry, I probably shouldn’t mention that here but it was the first thing I thought of. Beautiful town – shame that’s all I know about it.

    1. Ali Post author

      HA! Yes, it is where the Amanda Knox stuff happened! It was a pretty city, I’d like to go back and see more one of these days.

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