Of archaeological evidence of the Etruscan era. and of scholarly findings that have been inhabited since the Bronze Age and Iron Age ... More info ›
Of archaeological evidence of the Etruscan era. and of scholarly findings that have been inhabited since the Bronze Age and Iron Age. A few miles from Rome we will be able to relive the history of the ancient town.Crossing the countryside of the Roman suburbs we are going to visit the Civita di Bagnoregio, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, now known as "The dying city". This medieval village is isolated from the main tourist attractions. Later we will visit Orvieto, a town of bristling on a rock 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.
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Stop At: Civita di Bagnoregio, Civita di Bagnoregio, Province of Viterbo, Lazio
8.00 o'clock: Departure from your accommodation from Rome to our private driver. During our journey from Rome, you will be fascinated by the landscapes of the Lazio countryside, cultivated land, vineyards submerged in the hills, perfect for photo shoots. In a short time we will be in the enchanting medieval village recently discovered "Civita of Bagnoregio", founded 2500 years ago by the Etruscans, it's a real jewel that has gone to the excessive flow of tourists. The pedestrian bridge, 300 meters long, is the only way to access the village. In Civita every corner deserves a photo, but the village is always crowded. The church of San Donato, the Bishop's palace, at 16th century mill and much more. En The children's family, the Holy Family, the shepherds, the Magi Kings and the 2000 year old Bethlehem craftsmen who come to life in the narrow alleys of the village.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Duomo di Orvieto, Orvieto, Province of Terni, Umbria
Continuing our journey we will go to the fascinating Etruscan city of Orvieto. Is a true natural masterpiece, a true natural setting, a true natural setting, and a true natural setting. The city reached its peak between the 6th and 4th centuries BC, becoming a thriving commercial and artistic center. One of the secrets of Orvieto, a real town with several galleries, corridors, wells and ancient cellars dug into the tufa rock during the centuries, which has been mysterious, beautiful and unique. It is an example of integration between nature and man, just mention the relationship between nature and architecture in the famous well of St. Patrick and the well of Cava. In the imposing Gothic Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, one of the most majestic religious buildings of the medieval interior art, with three centuries of almost uninterrupted work, over 20 artists statues and mosaics, which tell our past life.
Duration: 3 hours