Heading for Orvieto, passing through medieval Baschi, nearby fortified Montecchio, along the lake Corbara, which is a hydroelectric basin shaped on a Tiber’s barrage, we find one of the most beautiful and typical panoramas of Umbria: the village Civitella del Lago is a unique foreshortening. This area is well-known for its food and wine excellence, the famous restaurant Vissani is located on the lake bank, surrounded by first-rate vineyards. Arriving in Orvieto, standing out on its tufa cliff, it is clear that we are in a very peculiar place. In addition to the Etruscan ruins visitors can’t miss the pozzo di San Patrizio, a spiral well composed by 248 steps per flight designed by Antonio da Sangallo “il Giovane “, and also the magnificent cathedral, dated 1290, which includes works by Benozzo Gozzoli, Beato Angelico, Arnolfo di Cambio and Andrea Pisano. Leaving Orvieto we achieve Castel Viscardo, a feudal estate belonged to the noble Spada family, placed above a 6th century B.C. estruscan necropolis. Althought they’re out of our itinerary Porano with its Villa del Corgnolo inside one of the most beautiful historical parks of Umbria and Castel Giorgio, established in the 15th century A.D. above an estruscan installation are worth visiting.