Le Grotte del Funaro
Chiesa di Sant'Andrea
This 12th-century church, with its curious decagonal bell tower, presides over the Piazza della Repubblica, once Orvieto's Roman Forum...
Chiesa di San Giovenale
At the western end of town is this stout little church, constructed in the year 1000. Its Romanesque-Gothic art and frescoes from the...
Torre del Moro
From the Piazza Duomo, head northwest along Via del Duomo to Corso Cavour and the 13th-century Torre del Moro. Climb all 250 steps for...
Enoteca Regionale dell'Umbria
This natty place has a cool 1920s atmosphere, jazz on the stereo and a long wooden bar where Ingrid Bergman would have felt right at...
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Le Grotte del Funaro information
What could be more romantic – well, at least in a Snow White fairy-tale kind of way – than dining in a proper underground grotto? But this restaurant has more going for it than novelty factor alone. Alfredo and Sandra make a cracking kitchen duo, preparing wood-oven pizzas alongside Umbrian dishes like truffle-ricotta-filled ravioli and braised Chianina beef.