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Torre del Moro Orvieto

10 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Riccardo
Riccardo
April 21, 2015
Climb the tower up to the top. It's 240 steps but it worths! Get a great view of the town if you can.
Michele
Michele
May 8, 2014
Tower with lookout to countryside and the town.
Sabrina
Sabrina
March 23, 2019
The tower was named by the Pope, and later renamed Moro probably in relation to that of Raffaele di Sante called “the Moor”(which gave its name to the district and the building beside the tower). The tower stands in the heart of the city and is open internally. Its stairs lead to a spectacular…
Francesco
Francesco
January 21, 2019
Inizialmente chiamata Torre del Papa, poi ribattezzata del Moro probabilmente in relazione a tale Raffaele di Sante detto “il Moro” (che aveva dato il suo nome alla contrada ed al palazzo adiacente la torre), o al fatto che sulla stessa torre vi si “appendesse” il Moro in occasione della antica…
Petra
Petra
October 22, 2018
In cima alla Torre del Moro potete ammirare tutta la citta e le colline umbre.

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Theatre
“The tradition of the theatre in Orvieto, as public representations, probably has ancient origins, but only in 1527 we have a certain documentary evidence of the presence in town of a public space used as a theatre. This space had its place in the upper floor room of the Palazzo del Popolo…”
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Historic Site
“This is a recently discovered Etruscan well located in a residence on Via della Cava. This hand dug well is 36 meters deep (over 118 feet) and consists of two parts merged: the first larger one, has a circular cross section with an average…”
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Point of Interest
“This is the oldest church in Orvieto. San Giovenal was built in 1004 on the ruins of an ancient Etruscan temple , by the unanimous desire of the rich nobles of the medieval city. San Giovenale is a Romanesque church whose walls are still partially covered in frescoes. It is located in the hearth of the medioeval quartier. It is open all days 9.00 a.m to 12.30 p.m and 3.30 p.m to 6.30 p.m. Free entrance.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Uno dei più famosi bar della città di Orvieto, ottimo ambiente, ottima qualità dei cibi, ideale per colazioni, pranzi e spuntini veloci”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“ If you want to try the typical, historical food of Orvieto this is the place. Try the wild boar and the pigeon. Both dishes are well prepared and delicious. This restaurant will surprise you.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Location
n° 87 Corso Cavour
Orvieto, Umbria 05018
Phone+39 0763 344567
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Tuesday 10:30 AM