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From Rome: Orvieto & Civita Bagnoregio Coach Tour

1. 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.

Civita di Bagnoregio: 1.5-Hour Guided Walking Tour

2. Civita di Bagnoregio: 1.5-Hour Guided Walking Tour

Explore the historic village at a relaxing pace on this 1.5-hour guided tour. Discover the fascinating history of Civita di Bagnoregio through its well-preserved medieval buildings and complex geological evolution. Get to know 'the dying city' from a geological standpoint, as well as a historical one. Relive the different eras, each with its own legends and myths, and navigate the crumbling ruins 443 meters above sea level, built by the Etruscans more than 2,500 years ago. Learn the fascinating story behind the bridge to this suspended island and marvel at the famous road that leads to the acropolis of the city, where temples and public buildings stood in Etruscan times. Admire amazing structures such as Porta di Santa Maria, the monumental gateway to the city, or the Piazza Colesanti, and the House of San Bonaventura. Finally, arrive at the Garden of Poets. Finish your tour here and enjoy breathtaking views of the gullies.

Civita di Bagnoregio: 3-Hour Private Walking Tour

3. 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.

Civita di Bagnoregio: The Dying City Walking Tour

4. Civita di Bagnoregio: The Dying City Walking 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. Be one of the last people to visit the village before it ceases to exist. 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 socialises there. Visit Maria’s Garden, follow the main road to the far side of town to see a lovely garden with canyon views. If the garden is open, Maria will greet you in a small piazza and urge you to see it. She shows the garden to visitors for pocket change; give her a euro or two.

Civita di Bagnoregio: Holographic Virtual Reality Tour

5. Civita di Bagnoregio: Holographic Virtual Reality Tour

Step back in time and discover the incredible Civita di Bagnoregio, known as the dying city. See past and present overlap on a unique walking tour, enhanced by virtual reality. Be led through the streets by 5 virtual guides from different eras of the town’s history. Benefit from assistance at the meeting point, then put on your headset and start exploring. Enjoy 11 stops along a route that takes you past the most important monuments, from the town’s highest point to the Poet’s Garden. Learn stories, myths, and legends from your hologram guides.

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Cristina is a fantastic guide and brought the history alive with her knowledge and stories.