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From Rome: Bagnoregio & Orvieto Day Trip with Wines & Lunch

From Rome: Bagnoregio & Orvieto Day Trip with Wines & Lunch

Embark on a captivating journey through central Italy with this full-day trip that starts with pickup from a centrally-located meeting point in Rome. Hop on a comfortable bus for a scenic drive through the incredible Italian countryside until you reach Civita di Bagnoregio in Northern Lazio. Explore the hilltop village on a guided tour. Traverse the iconic bridge, marvel at rare stone formations, and immerse yourself in the historical charm. Hop back onto the comfortable, air-conditioned coach for a drive through the Tuscan countryside. Arrive at a traditional farmhouse in the area of Montepulciano. Indulge in a gourmet Tuscan lunch and a Brunello di Montalcino wine tasting. Indulge in panzanella (salad), salami, capocollo (pork cold cut), wild boar sausage, and Tuscan pecorino amidst this charming landscape. Travel to Umbria, the third-largest region in central Italy, to enjoy the ancient town of Orvieto. From the famous Duomo to the captivating Underground, Orvieto blends history with picturesque landscapes. Have some free time to explore the city and do some shopping before returning to Rome with unforgettable memories.

Bagnoregio: Civita di Bagnoregio Entry Ticket & Audio Guide

Bagnoregio: Civita di Bagnoregio Entry Ticket & Audio Guide

Visit Civita di Bagnoregio, also known as the dying city. Get an entry ticket complete with audio guide and set out to explore this small village only accessible by a narrow bridge linking it to the neighboring village. Originally founded 2,500 years ago, this small town near Rome stands atop a red tufa cliff surrounded by the Valley of Calanchi. The town’s strategic position is also what lends it the nickname "the dying city" since the town is crumbling as the cliff slowly erodes. Walk across the narrow bridge, step through the Santa Maria Gate, and discover the unforgettable atmosphere of this medieval village. Listen to an audio guide on your phone and learn the fascinating history of this ancient place. Once you’re done exploring, stop at one of the local restaurants or bars for some refreshment. Before you leave, pop into one of the artisan shops to take home a souvenir of your experience.

From Rome: Orvieto & Civita Bagnoregio Coach Tour

From Rome: Orvieto & Civita Bagnoregio Coach Tour

First, get picked up from your hotel in central Rome or head to the meeting point in the city center. Board the coach and depart at 8 AM, setting off towards the ancient city of Bagnoregio in the Province of Viterbo in central Italy.  When you arrive, take a stroll around Civita di Bagnoregio which was founded by Etruscans more than 2,500 years ago. The town is noted for its striking position on top of a plateau between the two valleys called Fossato del Rio Torbido and Fossato del Rio Chiaro. Find out about how the settlement is also known as the 'dying town' and was historically accessed by a single road that led from the Tiber valley to Lake Bolsena.  Then, stop for a delicious lunch at a local Italian restaurant. In the afternoon, continue the tour to Orvieto, another small town of Etruscan origins where you can admire the magnificent 14th-century cathedral, a masterpiece of gothic architecture. Visit the remarkable Pozzo di San Patrizio, a historic well that was built by architect-engineer Antonio da Sangallo the Younger of Florence in the 16th Century.  Finally, return to Rome where you will be dropped off at the meeting point in the city center.

Day trip Rome: Civita di Bagnoregio and Villa Lante garden

Day trip Rome: Civita di Bagnoregio and Villa Lante garden

Ciao be curious on our destinations, our IG: scoot_around_rome Some tours hurry you from place to place by bus, but with me, it will be different; you'll have your time to explore each location. Pickup / drop off at CINECITTA metro station (line A) OPTIONAL pickup/dropoff (extra fee) at your hotel(contact us in adavance, provide hotel name and address to confirm its viability) Enjoy these 2 amazing locations , give the right time to spend and not just a quick rush ! first stop: 1h40min driving, visit lenght in Villa lante about 1h30min / 2 hours Step into a world of pure beauty at Villa Lante. Marvel at its exquisite Italian gardens, adorned with cascading fountains, vibrant flowers, and architectural marvels. A sensory delight that will leave you in awe. Many knows Villa D'este but not as many know this amazing Villa Lante, don't miss it ! Second stop: Civita di Bagnoregio " the dying city " about 20 mins from Villa Lante visit lenght about 2/3 hours Once in civita di bagnoregio you could stop for lunch before visit the city (optional) or dive right into the visit of the DYING CITY Explore the enchanting Civita di Bagnoregio, a medieval gem perched on a rugged cliff. Immerse yourself in its timeless charm, wandering through narrow streets, ancient buildings, and breathtaking vistas. A mesmerizing destination that captures the heart and ignites the imagination. Meeting point is set at Cinecittà metro station ( linea a - anagnina direction ) cause from there will be easier and less time consuming to reach these locations ( giving you EXTRA visit time) I won't watch the time, nobody will give you as much freedom!

From Civitavecchia: the Dying City and Monster Park Tour

From Civitavecchia: the Dying City and Monster Park Tour

Civita di Bagnoregio is located in Tuscia on the border between Tuscany and Lazio. It is called the "dying city" because the land on which it stands is slowly falling away and will inevitably disappear when the final pieces crumble into the spectacular Valle dei Calanchi below. Knowing this, and knowing that nothing can be done to prevent it makes your visit all the more special, eternal and timeless. This is the feeling that makes it unique and marvelous to the people who have experienced the dying city. Connected to the rest of the world by a three hundred meter bridge, Civita di Bagnoregio is a charming village which will make you feel you are visiting a world that no longer exists. Made up of old houses, narrow streets and surrounded by beautiful landscapes, discover a walk through the scenes and stories of this place and choose the corner that sparks your intrigue the most. You can explore the Romanesque Arch at the entrance to Civita, the Renaissance Palace or the large Piazza (which is the site of donkey races on the first Sunday in June and the second Sunday of September and where all the remaining locals come to socialize in the evenings). After visit the dying city, you will head on to discover the Monster's Park situated in the town of Bomarzo. It is also called "Sacred Wood", and was designed by Prince Vicino Orsini and the great architect Pirro Ligorio in 1552. The park is unique and represents refined Italian style gardens that follow geometric and perspective rationality with embellishments such as wide terraces, fountains with water games and mannerist sculptures. You will also discover here eccentric wood blocks of peperino, emerging from the ground and sculpted into enigmatic figures of monsters, dragons, mythological subjects and exotic animals.

Lake of Bolsena: Private Cellar Tour and Wine Tasting

Lake of Bolsena: Private Cellar Tour and Wine Tasting

Take the opportunity to visit the estate and descend into the most subterranean cellars. Listen to our historian and sommelier introduce the history of the winery and tell about all the activities that will take place during the day. Explore the traditional cellar and receive an explanation of the winemaking processes from when the grapes arrive until the wine is bottled. The last stop is the tasting room. Try three excellent wines accompanied by a selection of charcuterie and/or cheeses, bread and olive oil. Learn details about the history of each wine, how to smell and taste it, and what to consider when opening a bottle of wine. Throughout the tour, our team is open to talk to you about any curiosity you may have!

Orvieto and Civita di Bagnoregio Private Day Trip from Rome

Orvieto and Civita di Bagnoregio Private Day Trip from Rome

Picking you up at your hotel in Rome at 09.00 am., or Fiumicino Airport, will drive you for a private 8 hours tour to Civita di Bagnoregio (1.30 hr far from Rome) and Orvieto. Once at Civita, you will have to walk for 7-8 mnts on the pedestrian Bridge (€5 each to enter) before arriving to this little town that being on a sinking vulcanic Hill, will disappear in the Next future. From here will drive for 30 more minutes, to Orvieto, old Etruscan/medieval town, where you will have lunch (not included in the rate) and will walk around to visit its gothic Style Cathedral (€5 entrance fees), visit the underground Etruscan city possibility (€8 each) and go for wine tasting and ceramic stuff shopping. Back to Rome in the afternoon around 05.00 pm.

From Port Mystic Orvieto & Dying City Civita Bagnoregio tour

From Port Mystic Orvieto & Dying City Civita Bagnoregio tour

This tour is ideal for those who want to discover unique place in the world with magical atmospehre and breathtaking views! Civita di Bagnoregio connected to the rest of the world by a three hundred meters bridge, Orvieto underground and Duomo are only some of the steps that make this tour special! You need to add also the lunch with typical italian product Civita di Bagnoregio is located in Tuscia on the border between Tuscany and Lazio. It is called the "dying city" because the land on which it stands is slowly falling away and will inevitably disappear when the final pieces crumble into the spectacular Valle dei Calanchi below. Knowing this, and knowing that nothing can be done to prevent it makes your visit all the more special, eternal and timeless. This is the feeling that makes it unique and marvelous to the people who have experienced the dying city. Connected to the rest of the world by a three hundred meter bridge, Civita di Bagnoregio is a charming village which will make you feel you are visiting a world that no longer exists. Made up of old houses, narrow streets and surrounded by beautiful landscapes, discover a walk through the scenes and stories of this place and choose the corner that sparks your intrigue the most. You can explore the Romanesque Arch at the entrance to Civita, the Renaissance Palace or the large Piazza (which is the site of donkey races on the first Sunday in June and the second Sunday of September and where all the remaining locals come to socialize in the evenings).

Civita di Bagnoregio: 3-Hour Private Walking Tour

Civita di Bagnoregio: 3-Hour Private Walking Tour

Cross the 300-meter bridge into this ancient city and explore its old houses, narrow streets, and charming squares. Located in Tuscia on the border between Tuscany and Lazio, Civita is called the dying city because the land on which it was constructed is slowly falling away into the Valle dei Calanchi below. Enjoy views of the surrounding valley while learning the history of this city from its founding by the Etruscans 2,500 years ago to its perilous present. Travel back in time listening to stories of Civita's grand past and pass under the Romanesque Arch at the entrance of the city knowing that in a few decades it may cease to exist.

Civitavecchia: Orvieto Underground and St. Patrick's Well

Civitavecchia: Orvieto Underground and St. Patrick's Well

The tour depart from Civitavecchia port, it is shared where your English-speaking driver will drive north-east direction. After about 45 min's drive, you will stop at the picturesque town of Civita di Bagnoregio also called "the dying city". Connected to the rest of the world by a three hundred meter bridge, Civita di Bagnoregio is a charming village which will make you feel you are visiting a world that no longer exists. Made up of old houses, narrow streets and surrounded by beautiful landscapes, walk through this magnificently unique setting. The Romanesque Arch at the entrance to Civita was built by the Etruscans 2,500 years ago and all that remains of the Renaissance Palace is the facade, the rest collapsed into the canyon. Visit the largest Piazza: the site of donkey races on the first Sunday of June and the second Sunday of September. In the evening, the piazza is the place to be, as what’s left of the town socializes there. Visit Maria’s Garden, follow the main road to the far side of town to see a lovely garden with canyon views. After the experience to Civita di Bagnoregio you will drive for another 20 minutes through the Umbrian countryside until arrive to Orvieto. It sits on a volcanic plateau. Its rich history began with the Etruscans and includes periods of Roman rule, barbarian invaders, and medieval battles with the papacy for its independence it has also been used as a papal refuge during the famous sack of Rome! In addition to being known for its high-quality food and wine, the town boasts an incredible Gothic cathedral with frescoes “Last Judgement” to rival Michelangelo’s in the Sistine Chapel, a labyrinth of cient underground tunnels, and a fine art gallery. Only on the private option you will visit Orvieto underground and St. Patrick's Well, built by Pope Clement the seventh during the sack of Rome in 1527 to guarantee a supply of water to its citizens in case of calamity or to survive prolonged sieges. Only during the nineteenth century took the current name "Pozzo di San Patrizio" to symbolize the spiritual path of the human soul. The legend told that a Irish priest was the guardian of the cave- the well precisely - from which the faithful could be convinced of the atrocity of the pains of hell. It was designed by "Antonio da Sangallo il giovane". The well, circular section, is 62 meters deep and 13 meters wide. Around the barrel spiral turn two spiral staircases in such a way as to run overlapping each other without ever crossing. In this way the helical system of steps allowed animals to carry water drawn from the bottom of the cavity and not to hinder the path of those who went up to the surface. 248 are the steps for each climb

Civita di Bagnoregio: Our most recommended tours and activities

From Rome: Bagnoregio & Orvieto Day Trip with Wines & Lunch

From Rome: Bagnoregio & Orvieto Day Trip with Wines & Lunch

Embark on a captivating journey through central Italy with this full-day trip that starts with pickup from a centrally-located meeting point in Rome. Hop on a comfortable bus for a scenic drive through the incredible Italian countryside until you reach Civita di Bagnoregio in Northern Lazio. Explore the hilltop village on a guided tour. Traverse the iconic bridge, marvel at rare stone formations, and immerse yourself in the historical charm. Hop back onto the comfortable, air-conditioned coach for a drive through the Tuscan countryside. Arrive at a traditional farmhouse in the area of Montepulciano. Indulge in a gourmet Tuscan lunch and a Brunello di Montalcino wine tasting. Indulge in panzanella (salad), salami, capocollo (pork cold cut), wild boar sausage, and Tuscan pecorino amidst this charming landscape. Travel to Umbria, the third-largest region in central Italy, to enjoy the ancient town of Orvieto. From the famous Duomo to the captivating Underground, Orvieto blends history with picturesque landscapes. Have some free time to explore the city and do some shopping before returning to Rome with unforgettable memories.

Bagnoregio: Civita di Bagnoregio Entry Ticket & Audio Guide

Bagnoregio: Civita di Bagnoregio Entry Ticket & Audio Guide

Visit Civita di Bagnoregio, also known as the dying city. Get an entry ticket complete with audio guide and set out to explore this small village only accessible by a narrow bridge linking it to the neighboring village. Originally founded 2,500 years ago, this small town near Rome stands atop a red tufa cliff surrounded by the Valley of Calanchi. The town’s strategic position is also what lends it the nickname "the dying city" since the town is crumbling as the cliff slowly erodes. Walk across the narrow bridge, step through the Santa Maria Gate, and discover the unforgettable atmosphere of this medieval village. Listen to an audio guide on your phone and learn the fascinating history of this ancient place. Once you’re done exploring, stop at one of the local restaurants or bars for some refreshment. Before you leave, pop into one of the artisan shops to take home a souvenir of your experience.

From Rome: Orvieto & Civita Bagnoregio Coach Tour

From Rome: Orvieto & Civita Bagnoregio Coach Tour

First, get picked up from your hotel in central Rome or head to the meeting point in the city center. Board the coach and depart at 8 AM, setting off towards the ancient city of Bagnoregio in the Province of Viterbo in central Italy.  When you arrive, take a stroll around Civita di Bagnoregio which was founded by Etruscans more than 2,500 years ago. The town is noted for its striking position on top of a plateau between the two valleys called Fossato del Rio Torbido and Fossato del Rio Chiaro. Find out about how the settlement is also known as the 'dying town' and was historically accessed by a single road that led from the Tiber valley to Lake Bolsena.  Then, stop for a delicious lunch at a local Italian restaurant. In the afternoon, continue the tour to Orvieto, another small town of Etruscan origins where you can admire the magnificent 14th-century cathedral, a masterpiece of gothic architecture. Visit the remarkable Pozzo di San Patrizio, a historic well that was built by architect-engineer Antonio da Sangallo the Younger of Florence in the 16th Century.  Finally, return to Rome where you will be dropped off at the meeting point in the city center.

Day trip Rome: Civita di Bagnoregio and Villa Lante garden

Day trip Rome: Civita di Bagnoregio and Villa Lante garden

Ciao be curious on our destinations, our IG: scoot_around_rome Some tours hurry you from place to place by bus, but with me, it will be different; you'll have your time to explore each location. Pickup / drop off at CINECITTA metro station (line A) OPTIONAL pickup/dropoff (extra fee) at your hotel(contact us in adavance, provide hotel name and address to confirm its viability) Enjoy these 2 amazing locations , give the right time to spend and not just a quick rush ! first stop: 1h40min driving, visit lenght in Villa lante about 1h30min / 2 hours Step into a world of pure beauty at Villa Lante. Marvel at its exquisite Italian gardens, adorned with cascading fountains, vibrant flowers, and architectural marvels. A sensory delight that will leave you in awe. Many knows Villa D'este but not as many know this amazing Villa Lante, don't miss it ! Second stop: Civita di Bagnoregio " the dying city " about 20 mins from Villa Lante visit lenght about 2/3 hours Once in civita di bagnoregio you could stop for lunch before visit the city (optional) or dive right into the visit of the DYING CITY Explore the enchanting Civita di Bagnoregio, a medieval gem perched on a rugged cliff. Immerse yourself in its timeless charm, wandering through narrow streets, ancient buildings, and breathtaking vistas. A mesmerizing destination that captures the heart and ignites the imagination. Meeting point is set at Cinecittà metro station ( linea a - anagnina direction ) cause from there will be easier and less time consuming to reach these locations ( giving you EXTRA visit time) I won't watch the time, nobody will give you as much freedom!

From Civitavecchia: the Dying City and Monster Park Tour

From Civitavecchia: the Dying City and Monster Park Tour

Civita di Bagnoregio is located in Tuscia on the border between Tuscany and Lazio. It is called the "dying city" because the land on which it stands is slowly falling away and will inevitably disappear when the final pieces crumble into the spectacular Valle dei Calanchi below. Knowing this, and knowing that nothing can be done to prevent it makes your visit all the more special, eternal and timeless. This is the feeling that makes it unique and marvelous to the people who have experienced the dying city. Connected to the rest of the world by a three hundred meter bridge, Civita di Bagnoregio is a charming village which will make you feel you are visiting a world that no longer exists. Made up of old houses, narrow streets and surrounded by beautiful landscapes, discover a walk through the scenes and stories of this place and choose the corner that sparks your intrigue the most. You can explore the Romanesque Arch at the entrance to Civita, the Renaissance Palace or the large Piazza (which is the site of donkey races on the first Sunday in June and the second Sunday of September and where all the remaining locals come to socialize in the evenings). After visit the dying city, you will head on to discover the Monster's Park situated in the town of Bomarzo. It is also called "Sacred Wood", and was designed by Prince Vicino Orsini and the great architect Pirro Ligorio in 1552. The park is unique and represents refined Italian style gardens that follow geometric and perspective rationality with embellishments such as wide terraces, fountains with water games and mannerist sculptures. You will also discover here eccentric wood blocks of peperino, emerging from the ground and sculpted into enigmatic figures of monsters, dragons, mythological subjects and exotic animals.

Lake of Bolsena: Private Cellar Tour and Wine Tasting

Lake of Bolsena: Private Cellar Tour and Wine Tasting

Take the opportunity to visit the estate and descend into the most subterranean cellars. Listen to our historian and sommelier introduce the history of the winery and tell about all the activities that will take place during the day. Explore the traditional cellar and receive an explanation of the winemaking processes from when the grapes arrive until the wine is bottled. The last stop is the tasting room. Try three excellent wines accompanied by a selection of charcuterie and/or cheeses, bread and olive oil. Learn details about the history of each wine, how to smell and taste it, and what to consider when opening a bottle of wine. Throughout the tour, our team is open to talk to you about any curiosity you may have!

Orvieto and Civita di Bagnoregio Private Day Trip from Rome

Orvieto and Civita di Bagnoregio Private Day Trip from Rome

Picking you up at your hotel in Rome at 09.00 am., or Fiumicino Airport, will drive you for a private 8 hours tour to Civita di Bagnoregio (1.30 hr far from Rome) and Orvieto. Once at Civita, you will have to walk for 7-8 mnts on the pedestrian Bridge (€5 each to enter) before arriving to this little town that being on a sinking vulcanic Hill, will disappear in the Next future. From here will drive for 30 more minutes, to Orvieto, old Etruscan/medieval town, where you will have lunch (not included in the rate) and will walk around to visit its gothic Style Cathedral (€5 entrance fees), visit the underground Etruscan city possibility (€8 each) and go for wine tasting and ceramic stuff shopping. Back to Rome in the afternoon around 05.00 pm.

From Port Mystic Orvieto & Dying City Civita Bagnoregio tour

From Port Mystic Orvieto & Dying City Civita Bagnoregio tour

This tour is ideal for those who want to discover unique place in the world with magical atmospehre and breathtaking views! Civita di Bagnoregio connected to the rest of the world by a three hundred meters bridge, Orvieto underground and Duomo are only some of the steps that make this tour special! You need to add also the lunch with typical italian product Civita di Bagnoregio is located in Tuscia on the border between Tuscany and Lazio. It is called the "dying city" because the land on which it stands is slowly falling away and will inevitably disappear when the final pieces crumble into the spectacular Valle dei Calanchi below. Knowing this, and knowing that nothing can be done to prevent it makes your visit all the more special, eternal and timeless. This is the feeling that makes it unique and marvelous to the people who have experienced the dying city. Connected to the rest of the world by a three hundred meter bridge, Civita di Bagnoregio is a charming village which will make you feel you are visiting a world that no longer exists. Made up of old houses, narrow streets and surrounded by beautiful landscapes, discover a walk through the scenes and stories of this place and choose the corner that sparks your intrigue the most. You can explore the Romanesque Arch at the entrance to Civita, the Renaissance Palace or the large Piazza (which is the site of donkey races on the first Sunday in June and the second Sunday of September and where all the remaining locals come to socialize in the evenings).

Civita di Bagnoregio: 3-Hour Private Walking Tour

Civita di Bagnoregio: 3-Hour Private Walking Tour

Cross the 300-meter bridge into this ancient city and explore its old houses, narrow streets, and charming squares. Located in Tuscia on the border between Tuscany and Lazio, Civita is called the dying city because the land on which it was constructed is slowly falling away into the Valle dei Calanchi below. Enjoy views of the surrounding valley while learning the history of this city from its founding by the Etruscans 2,500 years ago to its perilous present. Travel back in time listening to stories of Civita's grand past and pass under the Romanesque Arch at the entrance of the city knowing that in a few decades it may cease to exist.

Civitavecchia: Orvieto Underground and St. Patrick's Well

Civitavecchia: Orvieto Underground and St. Patrick's Well

The tour depart from Civitavecchia port, it is shared where your English-speaking driver will drive north-east direction. After about 45 min's drive, you will stop at the picturesque town of Civita di Bagnoregio also called "the dying city". Connected to the rest of the world by a three hundred meter bridge, Civita di Bagnoregio is a charming village which will make you feel you are visiting a world that no longer exists. Made up of old houses, narrow streets and surrounded by beautiful landscapes, walk through this magnificently unique setting. The Romanesque Arch at the entrance to Civita was built by the Etruscans 2,500 years ago and all that remains of the Renaissance Palace is the facade, the rest collapsed into the canyon. Visit the largest Piazza: the site of donkey races on the first Sunday of June and the second Sunday of September. In the evening, the piazza is the place to be, as what’s left of the town socializes there. Visit Maria’s Garden, follow the main road to the far side of town to see a lovely garden with canyon views. After the experience to Civita di Bagnoregio you will drive for another 20 minutes through the Umbrian countryside until arrive to Orvieto. It sits on a volcanic plateau. Its rich history began with the Etruscans and includes periods of Roman rule, barbarian invaders, and medieval battles with the papacy for its independence it has also been used as a papal refuge during the famous sack of Rome! In addition to being known for its high-quality food and wine, the town boasts an incredible Gothic cathedral with frescoes “Last Judgement” to rival Michelangelo’s in the Sistine Chapel, a labyrinth of cient underground tunnels, and a fine art gallery. Only on the private option you will visit Orvieto underground and St. Patrick's Well, built by Pope Clement the seventh during the sack of Rome in 1527 to guarantee a supply of water to its citizens in case of calamity or to survive prolonged sieges. Only during the nineteenth century took the current name "Pozzo di San Patrizio" to symbolize the spiritual path of the human soul. The legend told that a Irish priest was the guardian of the cave- the well precisely - from which the faithful could be convinced of the atrocity of the pains of hell. It was designed by "Antonio da Sangallo il giovane". The well, circular section, is 62 meters deep and 13 meters wide. Around the barrel spiral turn two spiral staircases in such a way as to run overlapping each other without ever crossing. In this way the helical system of steps allowed animals to carry water drawn from the bottom of the cavity and not to hinder the path of those who went up to the surface. 248 are the steps for each climb

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I was thoroughly pleased with this trip which exceeded my expectations. Excellent itinerary and Veronica was a personable, well spoken, and knowledgeable guide who added deeply to the day. The spots in Tuscany that we went to were beautiful plus the time spent at each was just right. I was skeptical about how good the farm lunch would be until I got there and it turned out to be one of the trip highlights. Not only was it an unexpected fantastic lunch, it was at a spectacular location and even a wine cellar tour was provided by an owner. I was further skeptical when we made a 15 min stop at a location which was essentially a huge store for chocolates, oils and vinegars, truffle and other condiments, wines, etc., but then realized that they allowed tastings of most items and most were very unique and of high quality. I ended up buying a couple of things as it was all so good (actually wish we had more time there). Only con was bus needs AC filters changed (a bit musty) but otherwise ok.

The trip was exceptional! Worth every minute, our guide Victoria was friendly, helpful and enthusiastic! She explained everything in detail 😊 The only thing we didn’t like was the bus .. it was an old bus and not comfortable at all. Fully recommend!

Andrea was an excellent guide & driver…was on time, picked us up @ our hotel…took us through historic towns & explained the history & was very knowledgeable & pleasant 😊 The tour was everything we hoped for 😊

It was a wonderful experience, our guide Veronica was excellent! I really enjoyed the wine tasting and lunch.

seeing the stunning country side and the beautiful towns. the food and wine was also delicious.