Civita di Bagnoregio and Castiglione in Teverina

Type of tour

private tour


9 h







Escape the chaotic Rome and discover the beauty of the ancient ruins of Civita di Bagnoregio and the picturesque countryside of Castiglione a Teverina with our private VIP tour. Nicknamed “the dying city” due to the constant erosion of the tuffaceous rocks in which it is located, Civita di Bagnoregio is certainly one of the most characteristic villages in Italy where time seems to stand still. On foggy days, this beautiful city, reachable only through a narrow pedestrian bridge about 300 meters long, seems literally suspended in mid-air. Castiglione in Teverina is a town in the Province of Viterbo that stands on a hill of tufaceous origin overlooking the Tiber Valley. This peculiarity means that, from Castiglione in Teverina, you can enjoy a splendid natural landscape, rich in woods and lush vegetation. One of our drivers will pick you up from your accommodation and bring you back at the end of the tour, you will enjoy a luxury car at your disposal for the entire tour, a professional guide just for you and a gourmet lunch in a typical restaurant. Arm yourself with a camera and admire these breathtaking views!


A participant aged between 0 and 100 years is considered an adult.

The tour is not wheelchair accessible.

Adults (0-100 years-old)

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8


START TOUR Your choice
INCLUDING Pick up and drop off by luxury car with private air conditioning with driver

Certified professional guide


Luxury cars available for the entire tour

Entrance tickets to Civita di Bagnoregio

TIPS AND USEFUL INFORMATION Wear comfortable shoes and don’t forget your camera!

While walking around Bagnoregio or during one of our tours, always bring a scarf to cover your shoulders in case you enter a church (each church has different opening hours). Obviously, to enter the church you are always required to have your shoulders and knees covered.



If you are wondering why choose Rome Magic Tour for your holiday in Italy, here are some good reasons:

Our tours, with attention to detail, are an opportunity for a stimulating and fun walk. Participate … and you’ll want to do more!

Tour suitable for children: our highly qualified guides will capture the interest of children, who will learn about history and art while having fun.

Perfect for school trips! At the end of the tour, the kids are always enthusiastic about our guides.


     Appointment at your hotel

A professional driver with luxury cars will pick you up at your hotel and take you directly to Civita di Bagnoregio.

    Civita di Bagnoregio

Is certainly one of the most characteristic villages in Italy which, thanks to the extraordinary landscape with which it is surrounded, leaves every visitor speechless. Founded by the Etruscans, Civita di Bagnoregio is a magical place located on a tuffaceous promontory, flanked at the base by two deep canyons carved by the waters of the Rio Chiaro and Rio Torbido. It is surrounded by the spectacular Valle dei Calanchi and can only be reached through a narrow pedestrian bridge about 300 meters long, from which you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of Lazio. Nicknamed “the dying city” because of the constant erosion of the tufaceous rocks in which it is located, today it is a small town where time seems to have stopped. After the pedestrian viaduct, you can reach the historical centre of the town by entering through the Porta di Santa Maria, the only one left of the original five and decorated with a pair of lions with the intention of grasping human heads. From here, you reach the main square of the city, dominated by the Church of San Donatos. The tour continues with a walk through the characteristic alleys of the village with the typical low snuffed houses enriched with decorative details such as medieval balconies and external stairs called “Profferli”. Not to be missed, a visit to the panoramic underground caves of the Antica Civitas, transformed into a small museum of rural history. Inside, typical tools of the past are preserved, such as wine and oil presses, an oil mill, barrels, scales and spades, but also numerous archaeological finds dating back to the Etruscan and Roman period.

     Castiglione in Teverina

The tour continues as far as Castiglione in Teverina, a village that stands on a hill of tufa origin between Lake Bolsena and the Tiber, on the border with Umbria. This peculiarity means that, from Castiglione in Teverina, you can enjoy a splendid natural landscape, rich in woods, lush vegetation and hills designed with rows of vines lined up alternating with fields of olive trees. The village is also known as the small wine capital. In fact, in the heart of the village, you can admire the MUVIS – “Museum of Wine and Food Science” -, the largest of its kind in Europe.