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Easy day trip from Rome to Orvieto...art and local food!

Easy day trip from Rome to Orvieto...art and local food! - Orvieto, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Orvieto, Italy

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$249.04

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 ... More info ›

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.

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Stop At: Duomo di Orvieto, Piazza del Duomo, 05018, Orvieto Italy

Easy day tour from Rome to Orvieto. The Umbrian town is a short car drive and offers a completely different feel from the Italian capital. Transfer with private driver, guided visit of this lovely town in the green Umbria and light lunch to taste the local delicious food!

Duration: 4 hours

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Orvieto Food & Wine - An Etruscan Experience

Orvieto Food & Wine - An Etruscan Experience - Orvieto, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Orvieto, Italy

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$268.03

With a private driver and local guide at your disposition, enjoy this fascinating day trip to Orvieto. With an expert local guide, visit this ancient Etruscan town, including the majestic Duomo ... More info ›

With a private driver and local guide at your disposition, enjoy this fascinating day trip to Orvieto. With an expert local guide, visit this ancient Etruscan town, including the majestic Duomo. Then, you will reach a local winery where the owner will welcome you and lead you in a visit of the estate. To top off the day, you will enjoy a delicious lunch of Umbrian specialties accompanied by tastings of local wine varietals the estate produces.

Meet your driver and local guide in a central location in Rome at 07:30 and enjoy a panoramic drive through the roman countryside on your way to Orvieto, one of the best examples of Etruscan art and architecture in Italy. 

With your expert guide, explore the old town as you stroll through its cobblestoned streets - there's a perfect photo opportunity waiting for you around every corner! Of course you will make a stop at the magnificent Duomo, symbol of this town, and be in awe of its imposing facade and beautiful interiors. 

After the visit, we will reach a local winery, where you will be welcomed by the owner who will show you around the estate. Walk through the vineyards, and learn all the secrets of wine making as you enter the ancient wine cellar, actually a converted Etruscan grotto. At lunch time, you will enjoy a delicious meal of Umbrian dishes, accompanied by tastings of the wines the estate produces.

Drive back to Rome.

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Orvieto: Journey in the "City Underground" Private Tour from Rome

Orvieto: Journey in the

Duration: 5 to 6 hours
Location: Orvieto, Italy

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$312.70

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 ... More info ›

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.

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Stop At: Orvieto Sotterranea, Piazza del Duomo 23, 05018, Orvieto Italy

The peculiar geological nature of massive stone, which has allowed its inhabitants to excavate, has allowed its inhabitants to excavate, in course of 2500 years, an incredible number of grottoes, extending, overlapping and intersecting each other under the modern urban structure . Today, these are a precious source of historical and archaeological data. The visit goes one of the most interesting and structured underground complexes of the town. You guide will let you discover the traces left by the ancient inhabitants of Orvieto, in a pathway that is easy and enjoyable. Here is the effect of daylight and shadow cutting through the millennial obscurity of the subsoil unveils deep and narrow wells, along with the Etruscan underground waterfalls in search of water, majestic stone mills and long series of tunnels.
Situated in less than two hours drive, Orvieto was an important Etruscan City-State. Orvieto has a unique history that dates back to over several million years ago. The origin of the Orvieto rock is most likely two to an ancient volcanic eruption. It is believed that today´s rock, where the city of Orvieto stands today, is one of these great masses of tufa rock flung from the large crater that is now the Bolsena Lake. The Etruscans inhabited Orvieto until the III Century BC, and consequently the Romans invaded it. It took the Romans two years to conquer Orvieto, which is a natural fortress, surrounded by cliffs. The Etruscans had an intricate web of caves and numerous wells, in order to defend Orvieto for a long time.


Duration: 2 hours

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Orvieto the Etruscan City Private Tour from Rome

Orvieto the Etruscan City Private Tour from Rome - Orvieto, Italy

Duration: 5 to 6 hours
Location: Orvieto, Italy

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$223.36

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 ... More info ›

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.

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Stop At: Duomo di Orvieto, Piazza del Duomo, 05018, Orvieto Italy

Orvieto was an important Etruscan City-State. Orvieto has a unique history that dates back to over several million years ago. The origin of the Orvieto is most likely to be ancient volcanic eruption. It is believed that today's rock, where the city of Orvieto stands today, is one of these great masses of tufa rock from the large crater that is now the Bolsena Lake. The Etruscans inhabited Orvieto until the III Century BC, and consequently the Romans invaded it. It took the Romans two years to conquer Orvieto, which is a natural fortress, surrounded by cliffs. The Etruscans had an intricate web of caves and numerous wells, in order to defend Orvieto for a long time.

In addition to the high quality cuisine (i.e. truffles), the city boasts an incredible Gothic Cathedral with a frescoed "Last Judgment" to rival Michelangelo's one, a labyrinth of ancient underground and St.Patrick's Well.


Duration: 4 hours

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Orvieto and Montepulciano Wine Tasting Private Day Tour from Rome

Orvieto and Montepulciano Wine Tasting Private Day Tour from Rome - Orvieto, Italy

Duration: 6 to 7 hours
Location: Orvieto, Italy

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$279.20

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 ... More info ›

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.

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Stop At: Duomo di Orvieto, Piazza del Duomo, 05018, Orvieto Italy

Orvieto was an important Etruscan City-State. Orvieto has a unique history that dates back to over several million years ago. The origin of the Orvieto is most likely to be ancient volcanic eruption. It is believed that today's rock, where the city of Orvieto stands today, is one of these great masses of tufa rock from the large crater that is now the Bolsena Lake. The Etruscans inhabited Orvieto until the III Century BC, and consequently the Romans invaded it. It took the Romans two years to conquer Orvieto, which is a natural fortress, surrounded by cliffs. The Etruscans had an intricate web of caves and numerous wells, in order to defend Orvieto for a long time. In addition to the high quality cuisine (i.e. truffles), the city boasts an incredible Gothic Cathedral with a frescoed "Last Judgment" to rival Michelangelo's one, a labyrinth of ancient underground and St.Patrick's Well.


Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Piazza Grande a Montepulciano, Pazza Grande, 53045, Montepulciano Italy

Montepulciano, Siena, Montepulciano, Italy The city, full of elegant Renaissance palaces, ancient churches, charming squares and hidden corners, vast panoramas all over the wonderful Val d'Orcia and Val di Chiana valleys that surround it. Piazza Grande is the heart of Montepulciano and the setting for its main events, including the barrel-racing contest Bravio delle Botti, held in August every year and much more. A walk through Montepulciano, is the best way to view the town and its beautiful landmarks as well as to enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Montepulciano has received great emphasis following the filming of the vampire saga Twilight sequel New Moon.

Duration: 3 hours

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Orvieto & Civita di Bagnoregio

Orvieto & Civita di Bagnoregio - Orvieto, Italy

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Orvieto, Italy

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$668.95

1 day tour (from Rome or from Civitavecchia)

Enjoy a day exploring the beauties that Umbria and Lazio regions have to offer. This tour takes you to a historical journey to visit

ORVIETO IS AN OLD TOWN LOCATED ON A TUFA OUTCROP 300 FEET ABOVE THE GORGEOUS STRAW VALLEY BELOW ... More info ›

1 day tour (from Rome or from Civitavecchia)

Enjoy a day exploring the beauties that Umbria and Lazio regions have to offer. This tour takes you to a historical journey to visit

ORVIETO IS AN OLD TOWN LOCATED ON A TUFA OUTCROP 300 FEET ABOVE THE GORGEOUS STRAW VALLEY BELOW. The city is known for having one of Europe's most architecturally important Cathedrals, the 14th-century Orvieto Cathedral. Orvieto is an old town located on a tufa outcrop 300 feet above the gorgeous Straw valley below. Orvieto Catherdral (Orvieto Catherdral) during this tour you will walk through Orvieto's charming, narrow alleys, and small squares. 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 back around 7:00 pm

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Stop At: Via Porta Santa Maria, 01022 Civita di Bagnoregio Italy

Civita by Bagnoregio was founded by Etruscans more than 2,500 years ago. The Civita (or City) was the birthplace of Saint Bonaventure, who died in 1274. The location of his boyhood house has long since fallen off the edge of the cliff. By the 16th century, Civita di Bagnoregio was beginning to decline, becoming eclipsed by its former suburb Bagnoregio.

At the end of the 17th century, the bishop and the municipal government were forced to move to Bagnoregio because of the major earthquake that accelerated the old town's decline. At that time, the area was part of the Papal States. In the 19th century, Civita di Bagnoregio's location was turning into an island of peace. Bagnoregio continues as a small but prosperous town, while the older site became known in Italian as "The Dying Town". Civita di Bagnoregio has only recently been experiencing a tourist revival.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Duomo di Orvieto, Piazza del Duomo, 05018, Orvieto Italy

The ancient city (urbs vetus in Latin, whence "Orvieto"), populated since Etruscan times, has usually been associated with Etruscan Velzna, but some modern scholars differ. Orvieto was certainly a major center of Etruscan civilization; the archaeological museum (Claudio Faina Museum and Civic Museum) houses some of the Etruscan artifacts that have been recovered in the immediate area. An interesting artefact that might show the complexity of ethnic relations in ancient Italy and how such relations could be peaceful and the inscription on a tomb in the Orvieto Cannicella necropolis: me aviles katacinas first name (Aulus) and a family name that is believed to be of Celtic ("Catacos") origin.

Duration: 3 hours

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