Variety of accommodation
Within the medieval walls of the town, all within walking distance of one another, there is plenty of accommodation on offer. Your guests can choose from a selection of hotels ranging from one to four star to simpler B&Bs. Alternatively, for those who would like to stay in the countryside outside town there are many beautiful places to stay in the hills, some with stunning views of Orvieto.
Restaurants, trattorie, pizzeria
Orvieto has an abundance of extremely good restaurants and trattorie for a town of its size. Being the first city to embrace the �Slow� movement it offers an excellent choice of eateries and of course is the home to Orvieto Classico, a world famous wine. The people of Orvieto, as in most places in Italy, are very proud of their local cuisine and will offer you dishes made with the best local ingredients prepared with care and often generations of experience.
there are many bars to choose from in the picturesque medieval piazzas and back streets of Orvieto, whether you want a relaxed aperitivo before dinner or a post-prandial drink maybe listening to live music there is something for everyone.
Hairdressers, manicures, beauty treatments, massage
Should you or your guests decide to pamper themselves a little before or after the big day there are numerous places to go to make sure you look and feel at your best! All are within easy walking distance of wherever you may be staying in the town.
Shops, markets, gifts, wine, UPS
Shopping in the medieval streets of Orvieto is a pleasurable experience even for those who prefer to avoid shopping altogether. Small, individual shops offer everything you may need in terms of gifts, ceramics, food and wine to the more useful items for every day needs to UPS and courier services.
There are numerous museums, art galleries and the elaborately decorated theatre all in the historic centre of the town for those who wish to explore the city�s rich cultural heritage. One of the most fascinating tours one can do is to explore the subterranean world of Orvieto with its seemingly endless network of underground tunnels, galleries and caves that honeycomb the rock underneath the city. During its some 2500 year history these underground areas have variously been lived in, worked in and provided shelter during some of the more turbulent times of the town�s past.
Sports, theatre, concerts
wind-surfing and sailing on nearby lake Bolsena, tennis courts, local swimming pool, horse riding, hiking excursions, caving, bike hire. Teatro Mancinelli, concerts in cathedral and local churches
Central position to visit other town
Orvieto is centrally located on the Italian peninsula in the region of Umbria. It is conveniently situated close to the main A1 autostrada that links Rome and Milan as well as being on the central railway route with fast trains to many major cities. There are frequent fast trains to Rome and Florence and by road it is easy to explore many of the major sights in Umbria, Tuscany and Lazio in a day such as Rome, Florence, Siena, Perugia, Assisi, Arezzo although a day is hardly enough to do them justice. As well as the larger cities there are many smaller gems to visit such as Todi, Montalcino, Montepulciano, Pienza and Spoleto. With so much to see many people decide to add a few days before or after the wedding to take the opportunity to visit these exceptional cities and towns as well as exploring the lovely countryside which offers some of the most stunning scenery in Europe.