Orvieto is surrounded by a circular walking path, connecting a series of numerous, interesting, archaeological sites that are part of the PAAO (The Archaeological and Environmental Park of Orvieto).

The pedestrian path is 4.2 km long and leads along the perimeter of the tuff mountain on which the town rests, seemingly in mid-air, offering exhilarating views of the surrounding valleys. As you walk, make sure you look around at 360°, and touch the consistency of the mighty tuff boulder. Then, extend your glance to the horizon to observe cypresses, hills, and characteristic villages like Rocca Ripesena, that became the Town of Roses in 2014.

Pubblicato il 16 January 2017