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A Walk through the Medieval 

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  • Orvieto and its monuments
  • Civita di Bagnoregio
  • Bomarzo


  • Private luxury car equipped with A/C with driver for the entire duration of the tour (10 hours) 
  • Licensed, professional, English speaking guide at Orvieto (3 hours approx.)
  • Licensed, professional, English speaking guide at Bomarzo and Bagnoreggio (4 hours approx.) 
  • Lunch (complete menu - beverages not included)


  • Tips
  • Entrance tickets
  • All that is not expressly stated in "THE TOUR INCLUDES"

On this tour you will visit some of Italy's most historic and evocative villages in the scenic Umbrian and Lazio regions.

Your day starts early on this tour. You will be picked up from your hotel and escorted by your personal driver to the ancient city of Orvieto, about an hour north of Rome, in the southwest corner of Umbria.Set high on a hill that dominates the valley below, you will be entranced by the charm of this city, famous for its Etruscan ruins. Among the many splendid sites you will visit are: the Duomo con la Cappella del Signorelli (Cathedral with the Chapel of the Signorelli), the Torre del Moro (Tower of the Moro), Piazza del Popolo with il Palazzo del Popolo (square of Popolo with Palace of Popolo) and the Pozzo di San Patrizio (St. Patrick's Well).

The tour will take approximately three hours. You will then be taken to Civita di Bagnoregio. This is a traffic free community linked only by a walking bridge. Here, in this magical town you will have lunch on a splendid terrace facing the town, surrounded by the Viterbo valleys.

After lunch, your guide will accompany you to the best locations from which to take in the stunning views and panoramas of the surrounding region. Then it's off to Bomarzo with its unique Renaissance monumental complex called Parco dei Mostri (Park of the Monsters). The park's name stems from the many larger-than-life sculptures, some sculpted in the bedrock, which populate this predominantly barren landscape.

You will return to your hotel after a truly unique day and the fascinating and surreal gardens at Bomarzo will remain in your memory for many years to come.