Orvieto is a city and commune in the province of Terni, southwestern Umbria region. It is located on the flat summit of a large butte of volcanic tuff.
In Orvieto stands out the 14th century cathedral, considered one of the masterpieces of Italian Gothic. Its laterals and inside highlight due to the features stripes of white marble and green in the style of the cathedral of Florence. The rest of the town is drawn by steep streets and stone houses.
In the lower part of town, there are car parks designed for tourists to not put the car in the old town, but driving by is not limited in any way. White wine is typical of the area.