How to Reach Orvieto

GET IN

  • By Bus: The bus station lies at Piazza Cahen on the town’s East end. The city is well connected from other Italian cities like Bolsena, Rome, Todi, Perugia and Viterbo.
  • By Train: There is a small train station at the bottom of the hill. Frequent trains from Rome, Florence and Chuisi run on a daily basis.
  • By Taxi: Autostrada A1 connecting Milan and Rome via Florence has the city lying along the way. After exiting the autostrada, a steep road welcomes you directing towards the city.

GET AROUND

  • By Bus: Buses are available for commuting within the city. The important routes are:Bus A: Piazza Cahen to Piazza del Duomo. Bus B: Piazza Cahen to Piazza della Repubblica. Bus 1: Railway Station to Piazza della Repubblica.
  • By Train: The best way to get into the town is a funicular train from the Orvieto railway station to the Piazza Cahen.
  • By Bicycle: If you’re fond of bicycles, rent one at Testa Renato or Ciclo e Trekking Natura e Avventura and ride through the city.

Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Orvieto. The most preferred mode of transport in Orvieto is Bus/Trolleybus.

Average distance: 21 km Average time: 40 min

  • Bus/Trolleybus 50%
    Bus 60 min Overall average time for 40 kms 60 min
  • Walking 50%
    Walking 20 min Overall average time for 2 kms 20 min
Route Distance Time
Montefiascone to Orvieto 21.04 km 21 mins
Acquapendente to Orvieto 27.51 km 27 mins
Perugia to Orvieto 55.8 km 55 mins
Cannara to Orvieto 60.23 km 1 hour 55 mins
Rome to Orvieto 100.64 km 1 hour 40 mins
Siena to Orvieto 108.55 km 1 hour 48 mins
Florence to Orvieto 155.75 km 2 hours 35 mins
Volterra to Orvieto 156.95 km 2 hours 36 mins
Milan to Orvieto 442.81 km 7 hours 22 mins
Antwerp to Orvieto 1266.82 km 21 hours 6 mins
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