Discover the beautiful landscapes of the Umbria region as you make your way to the medieval towns of Orvieto and Bagnoregio. Stroll along the ancient streets of each city that have changed so little over the centuries. See old medieval castles, the Orvieto underground city, and shop for local, gourmet products such as honey, cheese, olive oil, and cured meats.
With us you can immerse yourself in the ancient history of this land, from the Etruscan civilization to the Middle Ages until the Renaissance, visiting sites and places where you can breathe a mixture of legend and truth. Here, where people still love and preserve the ancient traditions, in the handicraft, in the cultivation of the products of the earth, it is possible to get excited simply listening to the silence of these villages and gazing at panoramas of rolling hills on which Torri, Castelli and Rocche stand out. In these places warriors and condottieri have written pages of history, cultures met and clashed, each time helping to enrich a civilization born 3,000 years ago. The foods in these places are the testimony of an enogastronomic variety in which the contaminations have brought to the excellences of which today we can enjoy
The e-bike experience in Civita called "Castello nel Cielo" is unique. Just outside Orvieto you pass through the ancient Badia and then up the plateau that from the ancient residence of Collevento through Canale and then Boccetta leads to Bagnoregio, accompanied only by the rustle of a breeze that here in all seasons keeps the air clear , clean and fresh. The images that can be set in these places of great beauty, where the views offer views of vineyards, olive groves, pastures and woods are a feast for the eyes. Country houses and cellars meet along the path where it is possible to buy the real typical local products. The arrival then to the lookout of Civita is indescribable, a glance that leaves you breathless. The visit to the village, set of famous films, is a continuous emotion, with its premises, artisan shops, perfumes, essences ...Let's return to the Belvedere of the Farnese Terrace, from where the Rupe di Orvieto can be admired in all its majesty and elegance
On this tour of historic Orvieto, you won’t just see what lies above-ground: instead, follow your guide on a subterranean exploration through Orvieto’s caves, which number in the hundreds and have hosted settlements since Etruscan times. Then, continue onwards to another traditional experience: a multi-course lunch at a local restaurant. Sample artisanal cheeses, charcuterie, wines, and pasta, and tour the owner’s private wine cellars after your meal.
Take your time to get amazed by the facade of Orvieto's Cathedral, one of the most beautiful churches in the world. Learn about the spectacular Signorelli's frescoes and get inspired as Michelangelo did five centuries ago. Explore the hand-made tunnels of an underground area of the city and see the memories of the ancient Etruscan civilization. Walk along the impressive medieval walls and stop at the viewpoints to admire great panoramas of the countryside.
Make the most of your time in Orvieto on a tour of top landmarks with a trip to the neighboring hill town of Civita di Bagnoregio, known for its panoramic views of the valley. In addition to covering all necessary entrance fees, your guide provides a wealth of little-known facts and stories at each stop on the itinerary, from medieval underground tunnels to lunch with views of the Orvieto Cathedral.
Want to visit Italy, but looking to see more than just the tourist cities? Orvieto is your answer and is perfect for a day trip from Rome. The historic, and beautiful section of the city is located at the top of a steep hill. The well-preserved Gothic and medieval buildings will make you feel like you're frozen in time. You can easily walk out of beautiful architecture, historic buildings, or interesting spots to people-watch. Montepulciano, Montepulciano, Montepulciano, Montepulciano, Montepulciano, Montepulciano in Italy and abroad. Montepulciano has a distinct peculiarity, in which you have been dug out underneath the prestigious palazzos.
Master the basics of traditional Italian cookery on this pasta-making class with lunch in Orvieto. With helpful tips from your instructor, knead, cut, roll and fill Italian pasta such as ravioli, tagliatelle, and tagliolini. With fresh ingredients and traditional Italian techniques, produce the perfect pasta for your dishes, before sitting down to a tasty pasta lunch. You’ll also have time to visit the famous underground caves of Orvieto.
Exciting and unique experience, history, culture, art and food and wine in unique and unforgettable places.The tour is unique because with the comfortable e-bikes we cross the centuries during which Orvieto has become the jewel we know: the Rocca di Albornoz, the visit to the Underground, the Piazza del Duomo with a stop at Cantina Foresi, the visit at the Piazza del Popolo with the beautiful Palazzo del Popolo, the alleys with the artisans 'shops that have handed down an ancient art for generations, the Piazza della Repubblica called Sant' Andrea with the church of the same name, the oldest in Orvieto, where the four different civilizations that are superimposed are clearly visible, the pause on the terrace that looks to the southwest on an extraordinary panorama, the medieval quarter and finally the ring of the ring at the base of the Rupe.With e-bikes it is beautiful, ecological and fun, suitable for everyone, a form of "slow tourism" to live an experience to remember and tell.
It is an unic and extraordinary way to see Orvieto in evening time, riding our e-bikes when lights and the evening breeze give the City an unforgotteble atmosphere. Ending our experience seat in front of Cathedral tasting fantastic genuine local products will be an exclusive "souvenir" .
Orvieto is located on a volcanic rock 300 feet above the gorgeous Paglia Valley. The city is known for having one of Europe's most architecturally important Cathedrals, the 14th-century Orvieto Cathedral. Enjoy a private walking tour through the twists and turns of the city.
Orvieto is a charming little hill town in the Umbrian countryside with a rich history dating back to the Etruscan times. With this tour, you’ll discover the city’s ancient sites and tour the remains of the Belvedere Temple and the city’s medieval fortress. You’ll hear fascinating stories of ancient times from your guide as you tour the historic city center including Orvieto’s famous 13th century Gothic cathedral.
A tour of the underground of Orvieto is an exciting experience to see the remains of an old olive oil mill, Medieval throws, and dovecotes. A plunge into the heart of antiquity.Speleologists discovered this underground that had been dug, used and forgotten: an obscure maze divided into more than 1,200 caves, tunnels, wells, cisterns, created by nearly three millennia of willful and continuous work. Today, the path runs through the heart of these cavities where there are visible traces of Etruscan and medieval antiquities: some of the most interesting places in the world, complete with grinders, presses, fireplace, mangers for animals reps millstones .The tour will include visit to the gothic cathedral and wine and local products tasting.
Want to visit Italy, but looking to see more than just the tourist cities? Orvieto is your answer and is perfect for a day trip from Rome. The historic, and beautiful section of the city is located at the top of a steep hill. The hill-top town has beautiful views and an aura of history. The well-preserved Gothic and medieval buildings will make you feel like you're frozen in time. You can easily walk out of beautiful architecture, historic buildings, or interesting spots to people-watch. The city is surrounded by the surrounding countryside.
Don't miss an easy day trip from Rome to Orvieto.Meet your driver and depart by minivan to Orvieto. The Umbrian town is a short car drive and offers a completely different feel from the Italian capital. Orvieto is a 1500-year-old Italian town set atop a mountain overlooking the Umbrian valley and can be considered one of the most spectacular towns of Italy. Experience this beautiful town in the most authentic and comfortable way. Guided visit of the town including the main cathedral (Duomo) and St. Patrick’s well, a 175 foot deep well that was built by the Pope in the 17th century. A light lunch in a cozy small restaurant is included. The restaurant is located in the city centre and it has an old millstone where you can eat above; at any time of the day, you can taste delicious extra virgin olive oil, or you can buy the selected food and household items for sale. In the afternoon your driver will drive you back to Rome.
- Orvieto is an ancient city of Etruscan origin that dominates the valley of the river Paglia from the top of the tuff cliff on which it stands. A beautiful place to visit with a unique history dating back to million years ago. We take a stroll around Orvieto old town, and visit the majestic Cattedrale of Santa Maria Assunta, best known as the “Duomo”, a magnificent masterpiece of Gothic and Romanesque architecture, one of the most important in Europe. Another symbol of the city itself, steps from a breathtaking belvedere, is St. Patrick’s Well, a spectacular engineering work of the 16th century which you can even climb!- Then we explore Orvieto wine country, learn about its culture, view stunning scenery and enjoy a delicious lunch at a local winery.- After lunch we enjoy an incomparable view at the sight of Civita di Bagnoregio, known as “the dying city”, an enchanting village dating back to 2500 years ago, birthplace of St. Bonaventure.
Enjoy a day exploring the beauties that Umbria and Lazio regions have to offer.This tour take you on a historical journey to visit two very ancient towns , Orvieto and Civita di Bagnoregio. Orvieto is a city that went through many historic eras, from Etruscans to Middle Age, and it is so characteristic with its duomo and narrow streets. Civita di Bagnoregio, the "dying city" it's a unique gem, a small village built on a rock that nowadays is surrounded by a huge valley and only reachable walking on a narrow and long bridge.Your driver will pick you up at your place and drive to visit these places with multiple stops at your own pace on this private tour.During the tour you’ll be allowed time for lunch (not included) and of course to visit the main sites of each town. At the end of the tour, sit back, relax and enjoy your 2 hours drive back to your place in Rome. The duration of your tour is about 10 hours and you can expect to be back around 7:00pm