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Civita Bed & Breakfast

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Reviewed 14 March 2017

The B&B isn't terrible. It's old and dingy with dirty grout in the baths. The rooms are small (to be expected), but ok. The location is fabulous, and the city is so cool, but our experience was bad. We went in the off season, so...More

Thank Dax S
Reviewed 18 October 2016

We were in this magical hilltop village for our nieces wedding . Be prepared to climb the steep incline at the end of the bridge to access the village . This is not for anyone who is not in good physical health , but it...More

Thank Angelahowarduae
Reviewed 22 October 2015

Spending the night in Civita is a different experience from being a day visitor. The town is practically empty. There aren't that many rooms in town. Civita B&B has three room above their restaurant. Actually you walk thought the restaurant to get up to the...More

Thank Jan K
Reviewed 17 August 2014

Before making our way to Rome for the flight home we stopped at the Orvieto train station, boarded a bus to Bagnoregia and climbed the hill to Civita. This UNESCO World site literally stands apart from any other we have ever visited in Europe, as...More

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Reviewed 3 September 2013

We started our trip off here for 1 night. My husband has been here before so he knew about this place from his first trip. I will never forget this place. You have to walk up a huge hill to get into the town (read...More

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