Surrounded by centuries-old chestnut groves and a majestic beech-wood, the area of Soriano village, with its small mediaeval hamlets and Renaissance neighbour-hoods has been a well-known tourist destination for a long time.
Strategically located on the mountains of Latium, 70 km far from Rome, the area offers many wonders to be discovered in brief and pleasant excursions.
We may cite, for example:
Orvieto and the city of Viterbo with its mediaeval quarters and spa;
Villa Lante in Bagnaia;
the the mysterious Monsters’ Park in Bomarzo;
Cività di Bagnoregio, known as the “dying city”;
Etruscan necropolises in Tarquinia and Vulci; outstanding Umbrian tourist centres such as Todi and Spoleto.