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Civita di Bagnoregio

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Via Porta Santa Maria, 01022 Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy
+39 324 866 0940
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed February 20, 2017

Our original destination was Orvieto but due to travel issues, the excursion was changed to Bagnoregio. I didn't know what to expect because this was a last minute change and had not researched the city at all. Parking: Buses park a distance away from the...More

9  Thank JudyMetroNYCarea
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed September 14, 2015 via mobile

We were there on a Sunday. Arrived at about 10:30. Had to park about half mile before the bridge. I believe there were about two thousand tourists that morning. Bus fulls. Very dramatic setting, but who needs the crowds? Seriously oversold. There are other hill...More

6  Thank Gcruik
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All reviews long walk amazing place day trip old town parking lot hill town small town well worth the effort car park shuttle bus foot bridge shops and restaurants narrow streets amazing views bruschetta gelato hidden gem
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Reviewed yesterday

Amazing place to visit. Quite a walk up hill, but worth it! Little places to eat and drink and relax. Peaceful.

Thank cruisecat95
Reviewed 1 week ago

This city is built on a plateau of volcanic material that is gradually collapsing on the exterior.This picturesque town has very few fulltime residents. If I remember correctly, at the time I was there, I was told there were only 12 fulltime residents, the rest...More

Thank Robert C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a small village with not much to it but I'm so glad we went! It looks like a fairytale. After exploring of course there was a place to gelato too.

Thank Jeremy H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This town is very unique because of its location and the bridge connected to it. Pictures are spectacular! It’s called “the dying town” because of natural erosion going on and the population of the town is officially 6 people (with more residents in summer). Before...More

Thank KatrinaMolini
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This was a recommendation of a local, but with the warning ‘go early and on a week day’. We found the car park near the bridge as has been discussed on here, a walk down some steps and then across the foot bridge ( took...More

Thank Kiwisflythecoop
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Other reviews said to avoid like the plague this place on weekends and high tourist seasons. They are 100% correct. We stayed near Bagnoregio the evening before our visit and walked up to the Civita around 8:30 a.m. on a Sunday in October, 2018. For...More

1  Thank WVJeff304
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My husband and I lived in southern Italy while stationed in the Air Force. We took several trips to Rome. When we took a cruise and one of ports of call was Rome we decided to rent a car and drive to Civita di Bagnoregio....More

2  Thank Kim R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

La Civita di Bagnoregio, Bagnoregio, Lazio We’d spent the best part of half day exploring the remains of the ancient town of Civita di Bagnoregio about 1 km from the centre of Bagnoregio. Us and a couple of hundred others – but then the space...More

1  Thank Peter S
Reviewed October 5, 2018 via mobile

This is a gem. A little hard to get to, but worth it. A short trip outside Orvieto. It’s a quick visit as the town itself is small, maybe 15 minutes to walk from end to end, but amazing. It’s a bit of a hike...More

Thank 215gerhardd
Reviewed September 29, 2018

This town is a gem, perfectly maintained and staged like a movie set. Every stone, plant and corner are incredible. Peak into hidden private gardens for and extra treat !

1  Thank Giz333
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November 13, 2018|
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Response from Ian D | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I would be very surprised if the eateries were closed on a Sunday evening in June. I can’t guarantee it, but it is “in the tourist season”. As for getting there, I’ve no idea. I’ve only done it by car from the north... More
Naida S
October 6, 2018|
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Response from Steve R | Reviewed this property |
Was just there mid August and we had rented a Villa near Lubriano. Never went to Viterbo but hear it is quite picturesque. We did the Orvieto side including a drive to Siena. I checked and it seems that 2 buses a day go VT... More
George S
September 18, 2018|
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Response from Felipe S | Reviewed this property |
Trip by train from Rome to Orvieto ~1.5 hrs the by bus to Civita Di Bagnoregio- need to plan ahead not many buses every day to and from Orvieto.