Two hours’ drive from Rome is one of the most fascinating cities in Umbria: the beautiful Orvieto. A prosperous and important Etruscan city (called Velzna), Orvieto was founded on a volcanic tuff cliff. It is precisely the reddish tuff that characterizes the entire city: monuments, medieval houses and alleys. The historic center is still entirely perched on the cliff and has Piazza Duomo as its heart. if you like, a stop will be organized wine tasting in the vinery and typical local products, cured meats and cheeses and the cellarman will show you the vineyards and their production Cantine NERI
Continue to Civita di Bagnoregio defined as “the dying city”. Gently nestling on its summit, with its tuft of medieval houses; unique place, sunny and gloomy at the same time, alive and ghostly, depending on the mood of the viewer from the precipice of the Belvedere, connected to the world by a single, narrow bridge 300 meters long. After a good lunch in a typical restaurant, continue to the beautiful town of Todi. With its walls, its characteristic alleys, its churches and palaces, it has remained practically intact and well preserved since the medieval period and is a perfect union between the admirable work of man and the extraordinary natural context of the Umbrian countryside. Piazza del Popolo, the central square of the town, is a magnificent complex of medieval buildings and the view from Piazza Garibaldi over the Tiber valley is literally breathtaking.