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We did this tour with my not-physically active 15yo and my 10yo. It shockingly kept their interest. The tour was longer than anticipated (we didn’t ask the length) but there was new information around every corner and it was all interesting.
We purchased our tickets from the office across the piazza from the Duomo. We were able to get on the next english speaking tour, with no problems.
The tour lasted right at 1 hour, and was very informative. The history explained spanned from the ancient...More
13. 9. 2018 We booked tickets online. Without booking of someone peoples already no ticket. Underground beauty,a mysterious atmosphere, perfect guide. I recommend to all. Not suitable for young children. Doporučuji návštěvu města Orvieta a všech památek tam, obecně. More youtube travel itinerary video PSISvisit....More
An interesting tour through the subterranean city- or at least two of the nine bajillion caves that lie under the city. Prior reviews worried us- my husband is 6’9” and not a thin man, and we were worried that the spaces would be too claustrophobic....More
Orvieto Underground gives you a really nice tour of some caves in the volcanic material that the town is built upon. Our guide Isabel did a good job of explaining what the Etruscans did in the caves and then explained about the relatively modern uses...More
Intersting place, thopugh only a small fraction is shown (around 1200 caves have neen detected in Orvieto so far...). The caves date back at least to the Etruscans.
visits to Orvieto Sotterranea are all guided. Entrance fee: 6Euro, every 15mins a tour starts, group size:...More
This tour was pretty lame. There are a thousand ancient Etruscan caves under Orvieto and this was like visiting the janitor closet in Buckingham Palace. We found some more exciting cave moments just exploring the city on our own. I highly recommend instead doing -...More