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Orvieto seems confusing at first but it’s not as big as you would think . Don’t be in a rush and slow down . You just aren’t going to get lost as you might fear . There are so many beautiful shops with unique items...More
A good day trip from Rome, amazing small streets, the church, the people, its history and the view to The Valley from above. We have a good friend as a tour guide who once stayed in this historic town as a young man so he...More
The trip from the funicular takes you through the streets that lead to the Duomo so you get a feel for the centro storico of Orvieto. There are many cafes for a cool drink or snack, restaurants tucked into narrow alleys, art galleries, antiques, gelato...More
Just beautiful and so interesting! Take your time to wander around enjoying The atmosphere and architecture. Great selection If small shops and good restaurants. Parking is easy near the Fortress close to the main gate. Remember to taste some nice Orvieto wine!
We did a great deal of exploring in Orvieto and would go back again and recommend it to others. It is a magical place with incredible views in all directions, beautiful architecture, great restaurants and friendly residents. It is very walkable and everytime you round...More
A delightful hill town that is easy to wander. My daily walking target while on holidays is (silly) 16.1km, so during our four day visit I saw every street in this town a number of times! Remember to look up!
The angles of the streets, the angles of the walls, the angles of the sun - shifting shadows, unexpected vistas, and new marvels at every turn. Orvieto is on a human scale, so you always feel like you can explore confidently, and if you get...More