If you are on the route between Rome and Florence, stop and spend some time in Orvieto. This will give you a glimpse of traditional life and offer a base from which to explore the many sights of the city. Orvieto family members help to create these small oases within the city.
First on the list of many tourists to the city is the Duomo. The carved church façade is a transitional architectural style marking the end of the Romanesque and the start of the Gothic. The church is the product of some 33 architects, 152 sculptors, 68 painters and 90 mosaic artists. The Chiese di San Andrea is another stop, chosen for its unique 12-sided bell tower. The tiny 14th century church, San Lorenzo in Arari draws visitors for its frescoed walls.
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