Villas and castles
Remarkable historic towns of Tuscania (partially restored after the earthquake of 1971), Civita di Bagnoregio (connecting with the “mainland” by a suspension bridge over the Calanchi Valley), Calcata, which has become the residence of artists from around the world.
Tuscia is full of palaces, monuments which can only confirm the past glories of the ancient Families. Among the most important there are : Villa Lante in Bagnaia, Villa Farnese in Caprarola and the Monster Park at Bomarzo, three surprises from the late Renaissance with gardens, fountains, frescoes and sculptures.
The Historic Places
Rich and powerful Tarquinia offers the charm of its medieval old town, with buildings finished with architectural and uncontaminated views. Vitelleschi palace, the Palazzo dei Priori, the town council building and many other private residences from which it seems, at any moment appear Dante Alighieri, who described the Maremma with its Cecina and Corneto borders: Corneto was the name of the medieval Tarquinia.
In Viterbo: aristocratic palaces (of Priors, Popes, Farnese, Poscia, Gatti), the medieval quarter of San Pellegrino, several artistic fountains, churches from various historical periods, a museum with numerous masterpieces (the “Pietà” Sebastiano del Piombo) and well preserved wall dating from the beginning of the Mille.