Orvieto, one of the oldest cities in Italy, owes its origins to the Etruscan civilization: the first settlements date back to the ninth century BC. and located within the tuffaceous caves in the massif where the Umbrian town currently stands. Although the fame of Orvieto is deeply intertwined with that of its magnificent cathedral, the city offers numerous hints and historical-artistic itineraries, precisely because of its ancient origins. Perched on a cliff, moreover, Orvieto offers beautiful panoramic views.