The history of this picturesque town in Umbria covers several eras. The walls and the arch are preserved from the times of the Etruscans, the church of Sant 'Angelo in the sixth. BC was built on top of a Roman temple, the cathedral in the city combines both Gothic and Renaissance style. Sweet lovers will want to visit the famous Perugina chocolate factory and real connoisseurs can come to the festival, "Eurochocolate", which is held every October. These days the whole town is literally saturated with the smell of chocolate.