A visit to the most iconic place in the entire Viterbo area. Also known as 'the dying city' due to the constant erosion of the tufa rocks on which it stands, this village between Orvieto and Lake Bolsena has Etruscan and medieval origins. Floating in time and space, Civita di Bagnoregio is one of the most beautiful and characteristic Italian villages.
Explore a still unknown Etruscan archaeological site just one hour from Rome. One ticket purchases admission to Palazzo Doebbing Museum and the city's Archaeological Park: the Amphitheatre carved into the rock, the rock Necropolis and the Mitreo.
Skip-the-line entrance to the Popes' Fortress in Montefiascone, the Pilgrim's Tower and Architecture's Museum of Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, where you can admire and appreciate the masterwork of the great Renaissance artist.
Anagni was the birthplace of four Popes and was a papal residence for a long time. In the historical centre, with its elegant and austere buildings, Romantic churches, bell towers, lodges and squares with sober and essential architecture, stands Boniface VIII's Palace, known for having proclaimed the first Christian Jubilee and site of memorable events of the European Middle Ages.