We Suggest

Useful information for a perfect journey in Orvieto

The Duomo and the chapels of Corporale and San Brizio (that one hosts the wonderful Luca Signorelli frescoes).

 The city Museums: the Museo Archeologico (in the Papal Palaces Complex), the Museo Faina (which shows the most meaningful Etruscan objects found in the Orvieto like the Venere di Cannicella), the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo and the modern art Museum which shows works in bronze by sculptor Emilio Greco). Moreover there is also an interesting exhibition of medievals ceramics at the Museo delle Maioliche medievali (Via della Cava).

The Moro clocktower, it is open and has stairs leading to a spectacular terrace, where you can enjoy a beautiful 360 degree panoramic view of the city.

Visit to the S.Andrea church basement and the marvellous Orvieto Underground

Visit to the S.Patrick well and the etruscan Pozzo della Cava

– Further info about the monuments and attractions of Orvieto: www.orvietoviva.com

– Tourist information APT Office – Piazza del Duomo, 24 – Tel: (+39) 0763-341772

Open: Monday-Friday, 8:15 to 13:50 and 16:00 to 19:00
Saturdays, Sundays & holidays: 10:00 to 13:00 and 15:00 to 18:00


The city of Orvieto boasts a long artisan local tradition, in particular you can appreciate the artistic woodworking, the ceramic manufacturing and the lace artistic working.

Foods & Wine

For the good food lovers, we suggests some typical restaurants or trattorias where it is possible to taste some local meals and wine: