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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: 2 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
Stop At: Via Porta Santa Maria, 01022 Civita di Bagnoregio Italy
Known as "The Dying City", Civita di Bagnoregio has experienced new life, in the last years. This small village on the border between Umbria and Lazio, is literally reborn. Considered one of the most beautiful in Italy, it has recorded more than 800 thousand visitors, every year. The real name, Bagnoregio - that seems to derive literally from Bathroom of the King, as this place was once a health Spa - hosted the King of the Longboards Desire, who was seriously ill. Why is the city dying? It is because of this fabulous village, which is built by a small torrents, by the rain and the wind. A nickname, that today is the legend of Civita di Bagnoregio, founded over 2500 years ago, by the Etruscan's, perfectly sums up the uniqueness of the landscape. Civita di Bagnoregio is one of those places, that is so picture-perfect, it’s hard to believe it’s real!
Duration: 2 hours