~The Duomo (13th-14th century)-The craftsmanship and artistry that went into the creation of this enormous Gothic structure are mind boggling.
~Ambling through the streets to window shop, stop in cafes, sitting in the park to drink in the hillside views.
~The Tour of the Underground Caves- A peek into the ancient civilization that lived in these caves is fascinating; like a step back in time.
~The view atop the Bell Tower-The breathtaking elevated view of Orvieto and surrounding area is worth the climb.
~Il Gelato di Pasqualetti-Our favorite spot to eat gelato, sometimes more than once a day.
~Trattoria la Palomba-A wonderful little treasure hidden away on a side street. This family-run restaurant has just about everything made in-house.
My husband and I decided a return trip to Italy in the near future is definitely in order since we didn't even scratch the surface. There is so much more to see of this incredible country rich in history, art, wine, food and the birth place of la dolce vita.