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Orvieto Travel Tips

Take a Few Steps Back in Time in Orvieto Vacation Rentals

Looking for a vacation that includes tours of medieval towns and small Italian villages? Orvieto vacation rentals and Umbria villas offer a tasteful combination of the old and new. Enjoy your vacation in a 300-year-old building with new appliances. Orvieto accommodations include multiple bedrooms, spacious sitting rooms, adjoining kitchens, fireplaces, and modern bathrooms. Enjoy romantic views across the valley from the terrace of Umbria villas. Take a dip in an Olympic-sized swimming pool surrounded by gardens and pine trees. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of village life. Orvieto, Italy sits atop the walls of a volcanic plateau. With beautifully preserved Gothic churches and towers, the town retains a medieval presence.

Orvieto Offers Plenty of Activity

Like most Italian villages, Orvieto is famous for its wine and laid back lifestyle. Along the streets of Orvieto, you'll find restaurants, coffee bars, markets, shops, and famous ceramic artists. Throughout the year, the city offers music, dance, and medieval folklore festivals. The town also hosts a Slow Food Festival in the autumn, while other traditional festivals are held throughout the year.

Enjoy Fresh Italian Cooking in Orvieto

Those who enjoy cooking can visit Orvieto farms that produce extra virgin olive oil and saffron. Join chefs as they make Italian specialties. Taste fresh organic fruits and vegetables from gardens. Fresh eggs from free-range chickens are also available daily. If you need some exercise after a large meal, take a short walk through the medieval towns of Monteleone, Citta della Pieve and Parrano. If you haven't run out of breath, keep walking until you reach a charming place called Greppolischieto. It's a little medieval hamlet restored in the late 1980s by an Italian fashion designer named Anna Fendi. Orvieto, Italy is full of charm, and promises a vacation you won't forget.

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