The Renato Curi stadium is a sports facility located in Perugia. It was inaugurated in 1975 in the Pian di Massiano area, in the Ferro di Cavallo district. The construction of the stadium took place in the 1960s and ‘70s, in parallel with the rise of the city’s main football team, the A.C. Perugia. Since 1977, the stadium has borne the name of Renato Curi, in memory of a Perugia team player who died of cardiac arrest during a match against Juventus. The Renato Curi stadium has become the main venue for Perugia’s football matches and it has played an important role in the city’s sporting history and culture. It is one of Perugia’s most recognizable sports venues and has hosted numerous competitions and events over the years.
The Minimetrò—Perugia’s light rail—is an automated public transport system which connects the city of Perugia from the historic center to the Pian di Massiano area. It was designed by architect Jean Nouvel and inaugurated in 2008 and to provide a sustainable and efficient transportation alternative for the city’s residents and visitors. The Minimetrò was also designed to reduce vehicular traffic in the historic center of Perugia, offering a convenient and accessible transportation option with a panoramic view of the city along the way.