ORVIETO TOUR & CIVITA DI BAGNOREGIO: 8 Hours
ORVIETO TOUR ~ ORVIETO PRIVATE TOUR FROM ROME
With A Winery Visit with Wine Tasting of The Local Wine, Orvieto Classico
Orvieto Tour from Rome Includes: Our Orvieto tour from Rome includes private transportation, driving guide service, taxes, toll, parking.
Optional: A licensed expert guide for the Cathedral and museums can be added, if desired.
Not Included: Wine tasting costs. Entrance fees to sites you decide to visit.
You may customize this private Orvieto tour and include a stop in Civita di Bagnoregio.
PRIVATE ORVIETO TOUR FROM ROME
Let us take you on our private Orvieto tour, an unforgettable day trip 90 minutes from Rome. This private Orvieto tour from Rome will take you to one of the most beautiful cities in Umbria. This walled medieval city, dates back to the Etruscan period, 9th century B.C., sits dramatically high up on top of a volcanic rock. It has an interesting old town where the Gothic cathedral is located. It is a delight to explore because it is pedestrianized and very few vehicles are allowed within the old town city center. Orvieto is also famous for its wine, Orvieto Classico.
Orvieto Tour by Well Arranged Travel
Your private Orvieto tour from Rome will cover many attractions including its beautiful Gothic cathedral with important frescoes by Signorelli and Fra Giovanni. The city boasts many attractions, to include museums, shops, cafes and restaurants. At times, you can include a tour of Orvieto’s Underground. (Prior arrangements is necessary.) It is interesting to tour the underground city, made up of labyrinth of caves, tunnels, stairs and passageways, unaltered for 2,500 years. Note that from March to January, the Orvieto underground tour is only offered at selected hours.
Next your private tour takes you to Banoregio, a gateway to the village of Civita di Bagnoregio, for tour of a unique town in Lazio. Founded by the Etruscans over 2,500 years ago, this eroding town has seen its population dwindle to just fifteen residents, earning its unfortunate nickname “the dying town.” You will walk across a 900-foot-long bridge to reach this earthquake-prone village, only accessible by foot.
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