Chiesa di San Francesco
Museo Nazionale Etrusco
Housed in the Albornaz fortress by the town's northern entrance, this charming museum is the place for a shot of Etruscan culture....
For a High Renaissance spectacle, head to the wonderful Villa Lante , 4km northeast of Viterbo at Bagnaia. This mannerist drama of...
For dizzying lake views climb up to the hilltop Castello Monaldeschi .
Gran Caffè Schenardi
The Schenardi has been operating since 1818, and the wonderfully ornate interior looks like it hasn't changed much since, though the...
Lonely Planet review
A short walk away from Museo Nazionale Etrusco is this Gothic church, which contains the tombs of two popes: Clement IV (d 1268) and Adrian V (d 1276). Both are attractively decorated, particularly that of Adrian, which features Cosmati work (multicoloured marble and glass mosaics set into stone and white marble).