Il Palazzo del Cardinale cod:113
Situated within the medieval quarter of Orvieto, B&B Il Palazzo del Cardinale with its charm and fascinating history gives the guests the sensation of a journey in the past.
Rooms and apartments
Situated within the medieval quarter of Orvieto, B&B Il Palazzo del Cardinale with its charm and fascinating history gives the guests the sensation of a journey in the past. Carefully restored respecting its original historical structure, the B&B offers an outstanding view of the surroundings.
The rich Umbrian breakfast will be delighted with tales of the building told by the kind family that manages/runs it. The B&B offers a double room with private bathroom inside the main house enriched with original frescoes on the walls, a double room with private bathroom and independent entrance, two small apartments each one composed of double room, private bathroom and small kitchen.
B&B Palazzo del Cardinale is associated in Welcome Bed & Breakfast in Umbria.
This is an association originating in Umbria with the aim of offering tourists a new kind of holiday. We want to help tourists feel that they are participants in Umbrian family life, with accommodation in larger cities or in small medieval villages scattered throughout Umbria. If you wish to discover the beauty of this region Welcome will look after you by organizing your itinerary day by day. Each family will supply you, upon arrival, with brochures, pamphlets, maps of the area and will be able to tell you all you want to know about this territory. They can advise you as to the shops where the most genuine typical products can be bought, the most characteristic restaurants where real Umbrian cuisine can be enjoyed, the artisans who still use old techniques in their workshops. By turning to Welcome, you will be able to see Umbria through the eyes of its people
Welcome Bed & Breakfast in Umbria realizes your dreaming holiday.
Our staff is waiting for you in this little and green Italian region.
Umbria smiles on you!
Umbria in Bed & Breakfast - Associazione Welcome - special offer: for a reservation min 2 nights, in low season, a discount of € 5 from the second night.
Distance from services: B&B Palazzo del Cardinale is located in the historical cenre of Orvieto, where you can find all you need for your stay.
Lodging: Rooms and apartments
2 double room with 2 private bathrooms.
Little flat composed by: dining room with kitchen + double bed and bathroom.
Furniture: Traditional Umbrian style.
Prices in euros
Formula Hotel Daily
Dbl Min € 55 -Max € 90
"Umbria in Bed and Breakfast - Associazione Welcome", just with € 5 for booking service, gives you an extra service: our assistance during your stay with a booking office to have touristic informations, itineraries, info about Umbria region and our personal telephone numbers if you need some helps during your stay in your B&B.
Pets allowed: no
In the neighborhoods: CARTA ORVIETO UNICA
In Orvieto you can buy Carta Orvieto Unica.It is an easy and convenient way to visit this splendid medieval city, discovering new and fascinatine aspects.The sights include: the Cathedral, with the frescoes by Signorelli; the archaeological itinerary of the Museo C. Faina; The underground complex of the Cliff with a tour of Orvieto Underground; a climb to the top of the Torre del Moro to see Orvieto from up on high. Pubblic transportation a free round trip funicolar+minibus and many discounts in several shops, reataurants and hotel.
ROMAN PORT OF PAGLIANO
Near Orvieto you can visit the Roman Port of Pagliano, an archaeological site 6 km far from Orvieto.This narrow strip of land at the confluence of the Tiber and the Paglia rivers is located within the boundaries of the Tenuta di Corbara. The archaeological site is now open to the public. Then if you want you can visit the cellars of the Estate Tenuta di Corbara, which guests the Port. At the end of the visit you will taste some typical products of the Estate.
Don't forget to visit Bolsena lake and Civita of Bagnoregio.
Our Booking service can suggest you other different itineraries such as naturalistic walkings, or historical tours, or wine-tastings.
Distance from cities: 90 km from Perugia; 100 km from Rome; 20 km from Bolsena Lake; 30 km from Todi.
Spoken languages: Italian, French, English, Spanish.
Altitude: 325 m o.t.s.l.
Area: 281 km²
Inhabitants : 20.840
Booking for Orvieto holiday structures: 0763.390047 - 0763.393.110
On line booking: agritourism orvieto
Tourist Info : Piazza Duomo, 24 - 05018 ORVIETO Apartment for rent Orvieto
TEL. 0763/341772 E-MAIL: email@example.com
from monday to thursday 8:00 - 14:00 - 16:00 - 19:00
saturday and sunday 10:00 - 13:00 - 15:00 - 18:00
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Orvieto is a city in southwestern Umbria, situated on the flat summit of a large butte of volcanic tufa. The site of the city is among the most dramatic in Europe, rising above the almost-vertical faces of tufa cliffs that are completed by defensive walls built of the same stone. The ancient city (urbs vetus in Latin, whence " Orvieto ") populated in Etruscan times, has usually been associated with Etruscan Velzna, but some modern scholars differ.
Orvieto was certainly a major center of Etruscan civilization; the Archaeological Museum (Museo Claudio Faina e Museo Civico) houses some of the Etruscan artifacts that have been recovered there. An interesting remain that might show the complexity of ethnic relations in ancient Italy and how such relations could be peaceful, is the inscription on a tomb in the Orvieto Cannicella necropolis: mi aviles katacinas, " I am Aviles Katacinas ", with an Etruscan-Latin first name (Aulus) and a family name that is believed to be of Celtic (" Catacos ") origin.
Orvieto was annexed by Rome in the 3rd century bC. After the collapse of the Roman Empire its defensible site gained new importance: the episcopal see was transferred from Bolsena, and the city was held by Goths and by Lombards before its self-governing commune was established in the 10th century, in which consuls governed under a feudal oath of fealty to the bishop. From 1201 it governed itself through a podestà who was as often as not the bishop, however, in concert with a military governor, the "captain of the people", but bitter feuds divided the 13th-century city.
A small university (now part of the University of Perugia), had its origins in a studium generale that was granted to the city by Pope Gregory XI in 1337. The territory of Orvieto was under papal control long before it was officially added to the Papal States; it remained a papal possession until 1860.
Orvieto is noted for its Gothic cathedral, striped in white travertine and greenish-black basalt in narrow bands; its design has often been attributed to Arnolfo di Cambio, but the prevailing modern opinion is that its master mason was an obscure monk named Fra' Bevignate from Perugia; construction began in 1290. The facade is particularly striking and includes some remarkable sculpture by Lorenzo Maitani (14th century). Inside the cathedral, the Chapel of San Brizio is frescoed by Fra Angelico and with Luca Signorelli's masterpiece, his Last Judgment (1449-51).
Orvieto has long been in papal territory. Pope Boniface VIII was from Orvieto and donated statues of himself at the main city gates, which earned him some detractions from his many enemies.
During the Sack of Rome in 1527 the Pope took refuge at Orvieto, and fearing that in the event of siege by Charles' troops the city's water might prove insufficient, he had a spectacular well constructed (Pozzo di S. Patrizio) by the architect-engineer Antonio da Sangallo the Younger (1527‑37) with double helical ramps for one-way traffic, so that mules laden with water-jars might pass down then up again unobstructed. Its inscription boasts QUOD NATURA MUNIMENTO INVIDERAT INDUSTRIA ADIECIT ("what nature stinted for provision, let application supply")
Orvieto is home to Etruscan ruins and the remnants of a wall that enclosed the city more than 2000 years ago. At the foot of the butte, surrounded by peach and apple trees and a vineyard, the Etruscan necropolis of Crocefisso di Tufo counts a hundred or so chamber tombs laid along a rectangular street grid.
The white wine of the Orvieto district, to the northeast of the city, is highly prized; red wines are also grown.
Orvieto is a member of Cittaslow, the slow town movement.
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