Transfer from Rome to Florence via Orvieto and Civita di Bagnoregio.


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Rome to Florence Transfer via Orvieto and Civita di Bagnoregio

Available in both directions and for other destinations in Tuscany

Transfer Florence - Rome plus the city of Orvieto and the ghost town of Civita di Bagnoreggio
• Pick up & drop off at your hotels
• One & half hour visit of Orvieto
• One hour visit of Civita di Bagnoreggio
• Approx tour and travel time seven hours
• Departure 8.30 am

2017 Price list:

Transfer Rome - Florence + Orvieto for 2-3 people €750
Transfer Rome - Florence + Orvieto for 4-8 people €900


Lunch not included but no further extras required

Availabilty Rome to Florence Transfer via Orvieto and Civita di Bagnoregio.

Rome Florence TransferTransfer Rome FlorenceRome - Florence transfers are carried out by my partner and friend, Giovanni Musella. He has been a licensed driver guide for twenty years and has a vast experience in the tourism sector. Before this he was a communications officer with the U.N. for twelve years. His command of the English language is perfect and his social skills are truly professional. He will provide you with his amiable company and excellent knowledge of Italy, for a pleasing and safe drive to your destination.

Orvieto is one of the most picturesque hilltop towns in Italy rich in history, gothic and medieval architecture and delicious food, not to mention the friendly people and the beautiful handcrafts (pottery and carved wooden animals).

Nestled in the heart of the Umbria region between rolling hills, Etruscan landscapes and views to die for, Orvieto makes a great daytrip from Rome or an alternative stopover when transferring between Florence and Rome.

The town offers fantastic views, and well worth a visit is the incredible underground city excavated by it's inhabitants some 2500 years ago. Then enjoy the 14th-century Cathedral with its Gothic façade, one of the great masterpieces of the Late Middle Ages. Shop for handcrafted ceramics and pottery and last but not least try one of the excellent local restaurants to taste the salami and cheese paired with a glass or two of the local Orvieto Classico wine.

Civita di Bagnoregio is a surrealists dream; a ghost town sitting on a Lunar landscape. Everything about Civita is extreme...the silence; there are no cars or even scooters, the size; just fifty or so buildings, the position; pearched on a mound of volcanic rock, the views; like landscapes from a surrealist painting, the access; one only highly suspended pedestrian bridge. It's a must see before it disappears due to the extreme erosion eating away at the the little hill on which it stands.

After Civita we continue our our journey towards Rome where we arrive at about 5.00pm

Please note:
by Italian law, driver guides are not allowed to do historical guiding of museums, monuments and city sights. Therefore, city visits are to be considered free tours.


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