A fantastic dive into the past, between culture and history in two marvelous cities, we are talking about the prehistoric age, of archaeological evidence of the Etruscan era, of human settlements dating back to the VII century BC. and of scholarly conclusions that maintain that the place had already been inhabited since the Bronze age and Iron age. A few miles from Rome we will spend a very interesting day that will bring us to relive the history ancient.Crossing the countryside of the Roman suburbs we will arrive to visit Civita of Bagnoregio, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, now known as "The dying city". This medieval village is isolated and reached by crossing an imposing bridge, one of the main tourist attractions. Later we will visit Orvieto, a town bristling on a rock of tufa with steep walls, a concentration of artistic and landscape works, a real unexpected discovery, surprising and mysterious for its undergrounds and the famous caves of Hadrian.