Alla Rocca

Average rating by guests Alla Rocca: 4.5/5.0
Reviews 22

Every room has a flat-screen TV. The rooms have a private bathroom.

Situated in Perugia, 700 m from San Severo Church, Alla Rocca boasts air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi throughout the property.

Piazza IV Novembre is 300 m from Alla Rocca, while Corso Vannucci is 400 m from the property. Perugia San Francesco d'Assisi Airport is 9 km away.

Nightly rates from $89.

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Phone: +39 075 368 1405

Address: Via Torcoletti, 8, 06121 Perugia, Italy

Website: http://www.provincia.perugia.it/provinciaamica/cultura/cerp

Number of rooms: 4

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Private bathroom

Room size: 15 m²

Bed: 1 large double bed

This double room has a tile/marble floor, air conditioning and minibar.

Room facilities: Air Conditioning, Desk, Heating, Private entrance, Tile/Marble floor, Wardrobe/Closet, Shower, Toilet, Bathroom, Bidet, Flat-screen TV, Minibar, Towels/Sheets (extra fee), Towels, Linen

Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms.

Private bathroom

Room size: 20 m²

Bed: 1 large double bed

This double room has a private entrance, minibar and air conditioning.

Room facilities: Air Conditioning, Desk, Heating, Private entrance, Tile/Marble floor, Wardrobe/Closet, Shower, Toilet, Bathroom, Bidet, Flat-screen TV, Minibar, Towels/Sheets (extra fee), Towels, Linen

Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms.

Perugia
21 September, Friday
Day +81°F , Tonight +64°F
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Wind: south, 2 mph

Reviews of Alla Rocca

Piergiovanni D.

05/01/2017

4/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Dense place of history and a fairly unique case of medieval town planning. Place definitely to visit

Andrea F.

04/30/2017

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Inpressing The history of this rock. Walking through the covered streets makes you relive in the past. Inside there are many informational pints explaining the fascinating history of this fortress.

Zvi E.

04/18/2017

4/5.0

Unknown part of history Take the escalator down and you are centuries back Too bad it is vacant and not developed

Ricci M.

04/13/2017

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

The rocca Paolina is the remains of a large fortress of the pope, destroyed by the perugians with the unification of Italy. In reality the dungeon of the castle. In the 500 Perugia was under the dominion of the papal state. After the umpteenth fee, Perugia, led by the Baglioni family, rebelled. The excuse: tax on salt (even today, the bread is unsalted). In consequence of the rebellion the pope did destroy all the houses of the Baglioni, on the colle Landone. Also destroyed churches and monasteries. With the bricks, and built a great fortress, a symbol of the power duo. He used some houses to the dungeon of the castle, the ones that remained then standing, and that you can now see. Passengers in a pristine world, it will be like going back in the past 500. The rocca Paolina is crossed by a mechanized escalators.

Sandro S.

04/12/2017

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Fortress of the 16th century and today is one of the paths to climb to the historic centre. Very impressive to the point where the escalator you enter inside the structure.

Maria G. M.

04/08/2017

5/5.0
EspañolEnglish

Fantastic and amazing place. Very curious to visit

Alberto C.

04/02/2017

3/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

One of the first and still unsurpassed examples of monumental urban recovery with insertion of alternative mobility (escalators). It makes access to the Acropolis of Perugia a unique and engaging experience.

Michaela M.

03/04/2017

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Beautiful village underground. Suggestive Location for many events, but also step daily of those who want to rise up in the centre with the escalators from piazza Partigiani to get to the giardini Carducci or Piazza Italia. For tourists a must.

Gabriel S.

02/26/2017

5/5.0
EspañolEnglish

The experience of crossing the intramurals of a medieval citadel preserved in its essence and at the same time adapted to the needs and rhythms of the current city, its archaeological sites are attractive and one of the junctions of the escalator is one of the old doors of the city that connects with an attractive "Scoperto market"

Violin - C. P.

02/21/2017

5/5.0
EspañolEnglish

Spectacular Construction! With a lot of history. Access is FREE!

Daoshan C.

01/06/2017

5/5.0
简体中文English

Luck good come Christmas Bazaar leave the underground city is not small Oh full sell more stuff

Salvatore X.

12/17/2016

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Who would have ever expected to end up in a medieval citadel to the output of an anonymous escalator? We went to Perugia for the event, without goal, without path, without even being aware of the fortress. Huge was the surprise when we found ourselves catapulted back in time several centuries. This cittadela underground has a unique charm, a perfectly preserved but at the same time, it is so "nude" seem like a ghost town. Full of nooks and crannies, some dark, some masterfully illuminated, must not be lacking in places to visit if you pass by Perugia.

Francesco G.

12/13/2016

5/5.0

Historical spot that you can rarely find anywhere else

Marco C.

11/08/2016

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

The old fortress of the popes in 1540, designed by Sangallo, the foundations of which rest on the houses and streets of the 1300, is still about 1/3 of the fortress. The peculiarity is that it seem like an underground city.

Gabriele C.

11/05/2016

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Important part of the historic centre of Perugia. The medieval city under the city. Good visit and good step to reach the city centre

Jose E.

10/25/2016

4/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

A unique place to grab a drink and enjoy the panoramic views of Perugia.

Giova P.

10/25/2016

4/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Simply spectacular, well-preserved and used even today to add a great backdrop to the events.

Giada R.

10/24/2016

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

I liked it because the place is nice, however, there is so much to wait even if after the night pays off

Paola G.

10/19/2016

4/5.0
FrançaisEnglish

Terrific place to visit

Fabio G.

10/18/2016

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

A jump in the past, between locations spacious inside of a middle road between a castle and a country that is covered. Shops and art exhibits embedded in the walls cyclopean create an almost surreal atmosphere.

Francesco C.

10/12/2016

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Walk in the meanders of the rock has an extraordinary fascination. It is perhaps the thing that I like most of Perugia. Each time a new time.

Gianni G.

10/06/2016

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Great monument quite well preserved, they also make good exhibitions

Facilities

  • Minibar
  • Tile/Marble floor
  • Air conditioning
  • Non-smoking throughout
  • Private entrance
  • Heating

Internet

  • WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge

Room Amenities

  • Wardrobe/Closet
  • Desk
  • Shower
  • Toilet
  • Bathroom
  • Towels/Sheets
  • Bidet
  • Towels
  • Linen
  • Flat-screen TV

Languages Spoken

  • Italian
  • English

Policies of Alla Rocca

  • Check-In:

    13:00 - 19:00 hours

  • Check-Out:

    08:30 - 10:30 hours

  • All children are welcome.
    All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.

    All children under 12 years are charged € 15 per night for extra beds.
    All further older children or adults are charged € 25 per night for extra beds.
    The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
    Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
    Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.

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