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Stroll tranquil streets in Torgiano Italy
Torgiano is a quiet place, ideal for strolling city streets without the worry of crowds of tourists or the vendors that follow them. While you're there, check out sites like the 13th century Torre di Guardia, San Bartolomeo church, and my personal favorites, the Wine Museum, and the Olive Oil Museum where you can learn all about the history of two of my favorite agricultural products as produced in the region and elsewhere.

If you're spending a few weeks in Italy, mostly touring major tourist spots, this is a nice spot to get away from it all and relax away from the hustle and bustle of Italian cities like Rome and Milan--just don't expect much of a night-life or extensive shopping options

Getting There:
Torgiano is easily reached by car, or taxi from Perugia, which can be reached via regional planes or trains.