After breakfast, the journey continues to discover nearby Orvieto, about 40 kilometres from Parrano. Orvieto also stands on top of a hill at about 325 meters above sea level. Decidedly more populated, Orvieto is renowned for its civil and civil architecture, rich in the historic centre, including the Cathedral of Orvieto, defined as an excellent masterpiece of central Italian Gothic architecture, completed about 300 years after the start of its constructions in 1591. The very high façade saturated with details, bas-reliefs and sculptures overlook the square of the same name from which a historical-cultural journey begins for the entire historical centre. You will arrive in Orvieto through the funicular that will take you between the walls of the heart of the city. After a visit of a few hours, which is enough to assimilate the beauty that this place has to offer fully, you will move towards Lubriano, a small village in Lazio on the border. With Umbria. About 18 kilometres from Orvieto, Lubriano stands on a high tufaceous cliff at an altitude of 441 meters, overlooking the valley of the Calanchi, the same valley overlooked by the splendid Civita di Bagnoregio, a hamlet of 11 inhabitants in the locality of Bagnoregio, which is one of the first most beautiful villages in Italy. Connected only by a pedestrian bridge, Civita di Bagnoregio rises like a mushroom on a deep valley, placing itself as the undisputed sovereign of nature, a jewel unchanged over time and rich in history. The day will conclude with a return to the designated hotel and dinner at a local trattoria.