A unique village that stole Margaret of Austria's heart, and whose story can be traced from the Prehistoric Age to the Unification of Italy (1861). Many hidden treasures, just waiting to be discovered. Rendez-vous at the main square (Piazza del Popolo), where an art historian will introduce you to the atmosphere of the village. Next, you'll visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Popolo, whose façade stands out thanks to its splendid rose window. <br>Then you'll move to the adjacent Palazzo Vescovile: the exquisite cycle of frescoes in the hall (Salone Vescovile) reveals the ancient geopolitics of Cittaducale. Walk through the narrow streets to reach the Monastery of Santa Caterina. This religious building holds a valuable old library, preserved by its faithful inhabitants... Left speechless but not unfed, you'll be offered a delicious welcome snack: enjoy!