On Sunday, 28th of April the weather forecast had changed for the better, and we found ourselves visiting two places of interest: the towns of Orvieto and Civita di Bagnoregio. Let's look at Orvieto first.
We arrived in Orvieto just as running races were ending. We waited until the organizers dismantled all the race finish stuff (didn't get any pictures of the racers nor the finish line) before photographing the Orvieto Cathedral (also known as Duomo and Cappella Di San Brizio, and just plain "Duomo" as the building is referred to by locals).
|Inside of the cathedral.|
And now we go to Civita de Bagnoregio
Civita di Bagnoregio is a special kind of town as it is not reachable by ordinary motor vehicles. Well, not exactly, but we'll take the locals' claim. Read more here.
It wasn't so much the length of the hike - perhaps less than a mile - it was the steep ups and downs that made the hike not for everyone.
After our beer and wine, it was time to run through the streets of this small town.