Ancient Etruscan and Roman land, the village of Civitella d'Agliano was once home of the noble Monaldeschi family. The imposing tower and the bell tower both dominate the typical old historic city, with its fascinating medieval alleys and unexpected views on the valley.
CIVITA DI BAGNOREGIO
Civita is one of the most fascinating sites in the Badlands Valley. It is almost known as "the city that dies", due to the slow erosive phenomena acting on the tuff spur on which it rises. It seems today an island in the middle of the valley.
CELLENO THE GHOST VILLAGE
Celleno was first devastated by disease, landslides and other terrible events, occurred during unspecified years.Then,in 1931 it was finally destroyed by an earthquake, and today is considered a ghost village.
Some years ago, a redevelopment recovery project of the village has been launched and named Celleno as“the ghost village”.
Orvieto has always been known for its three wonders, the Cathedral, the tuff cliff and the St. Patrick’s Well. However, it offers many more attractions, not only artistic but also naturalistic and archaeological ones. Its intimate and deep underground sphere represents one of its most typical and fascinating aspects.
For centuries,Viterbo has been defined the City of the Popes, in memory of the period in which the papacy was moved to this city that still bears the signs of that splendor, despite having even more ancient origins. As ancient Etruscan capital and of great historical traditions, Viterbo has kept its original monumental structure as one of the most important ones in Lazio.
The city has an incredibly rich historical and cultural heritage built up in three thousand years of history.
The charming city also holds surprises underground, with the suggestive Narni underground path.Besides, it seems that this little town has also inspired the author C.S. Lewis in writing "The Chronicles of Narnia".
Todi offers visitors extraordinary sensations and an unreal return to the past, among the echoes of the verses of Jacopone da Todi, the harsh sweetness of its hills, the ancient flavours of the land and the sudden scents of an untouched nature.
Pitigliano appears to travellers like a fairy-tale setting, rising up on the ridge of a wild beautiful promontory, surrounded by green valleys crossed by the rivers Lente and Meleta.
A seaside resort located in the north of Lazio, between Rome and Grosseto, Tarquinia is an extraordinary historical, artistic and panoramic tourist destination. Its monuments and finds provide an outstanding experience.
Etruscan walls and a delightful medieval old town, this is Perugia, a city for gourmet food lovers and artists, capital of the beautiful region of Umbria.
The old town is a real fourteenth-century village, one of the most beautiful of Italy.
The city of San Francesco has a millenary history, with important Roman, medieval and Renaissance findings. The Giotto construction site has marked the art of the whole central Italy.
The town of Rome is 110 km from the Borgo di San Michele. It can be reached by train from Sipicciano and Alviano stations or by car via the Firenze-Roma highway. Below you can find a link to the Trenitalia website, with train timetables, information and online ticket purchase.