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  General information
The City of Orvieto 
Carta Orvieto Unica 
The Weather in Orvieto 
Useful and Emergency Numbers 
Banks and Post Office 
Pharmacies in Orvieto 
Hospital 
Tourist Guides Orvieto 
Homes for sale, builders, realty estates, agencies 


  Transport in town
The Bracci Funicular 
Traffic Restrictions 
Parking in Orvieto 
Buses and Taxi 
Town Map 
How to Reach Orvieto 


  Transport out of town
Taxi 
Airport 
Car Rentals in Orvieto 
Bus Lines Outside Orvieto 


  Where to Stay
Hotels In and Around Orvieto 
Wellness, SPA and Resort 
Last Minute & Bookings 
Farm Holidays & Country Houses 
Historic Residence and Villas 
Bed & Breakfasts 
Hostels 
Religious Hostelry 
Campers/Motorhomes Orvieto 
Rooms for Rent 
Apartments Orvieto 
Estate Agencies in Orvieto 



  Where to eat and drink
Restaurants in and Around Orvieto 
Picnic Areas 


  Education
American Universities 
Orvieto City Study Centre 


  Art and monuments
The Albornoz Fortress 
Palazzo dei Sette and Torre del Moro 
Palazzo Soliano 
The Palazzo del Vescovado 
The Palazzo Comunale 
The Palazzo del Capitano 


  Art and religion
The Duomo of Orvieto 
The Cappella Nuova or San Brizio Chapel 



  Museums and galleries
The Museo Emilio Greco 
Faina Archaeological Museum 


  Art and tourist attractions
Orvieto Underground 
Parco delle Grotte 
St Patrick's Well 
Pozzo della Cava di Orvieto 
The Torre del Moro 





Traffic Restrictions

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The city of Orvieto has implemented a number of alternative transport solutions into and through the city centre, to avoid traffic congestion caused by cars.

The alternative transport system is divided into four elements:

Main traffic;
Secondary traffic (through traffic);
Pedestrian zone;
Restricted traffic zone.

Main traffic
This includes traffic around the city centre and is organised as a kind of one-way ring road with ramifications up into the city itself and to alternative access routes.

Secondary traffic (through traffic)
This is the traffic network that allows transport from one end of the city to the other, and into the so-called ‘rooms’ into which the old town centre is divided.

Pedestrian zone
This area comprises a series of streets and squares where only transit on foot is permitted.

ZTL - Limited traffic zone
The Limited Traffic Zone, or ZTL, includes the area within the one-way ring road for main traffic. The ZTL area is divided into twelve ‘rooms’ open only to those who are residents and where only those who are resident are allowed to park. Those who are not resident in Orvieto but who own buildings with parking places are also admitted into the ZTL area. All cars within the ZTL area should display their permits clearly, to enable the city’s traffic wardens to make the adequate checks speedily and easily.

Special permits
The ZTL area is accessible for clients of hotels within it, for the loading and uloading of baggage. The city police, or Polizia Municipale, is empowered to concede special entrance permits for exceptional circumstances.

Funerary processions are allowed into the ZTL area without restrictions.

Silence Zone
The city’s silence zone includes Via dei Dolci - Vicolo dei Dolci - Via Lorenzo Maitani - Piazza Duomo - Via Soliana. Any kind of rowdiness or disruptive behaviour is strictly forbidden in this area.
 

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Last Minute Orvieto 


  What to see & do
The Anello di Monte Tigno  
Orvieto Accessibile 



  Lake of Corbara &
 Oasi WWF di Alviano
Lake Corbara 
Civitella del Lago 
The Forello and della Piana Caves 
The WWF Reserve at Alviano 
The Etrusco-Roman Wine Trail 
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Eating on Lake Corbara 


  Specials - Out of town
Wellness in Umbria - Orvieto area 
Wedding in Umbria - Orvieto area 
Home in Umbria 
San Venanzo Volcano Park and Museum 
Parrano Le Tane del Diavolo 
Settefrati sul Monte Peglia Park 
Porano – The Golini and Hescanas Tombs 



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