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Orvieto

Private Driver Service in Orvieto with sedans and minivans for transfers, sightseeing tours of Orvieto, wine tours, wedding cars...

Get Tours is a Car Service and Private Driver Service company available in Orvieto (Umbria) for any transportation needs.

 

We provide a comfortable and reliable Limousine Service in Orvieto for private transfers with chauffeured cars, minivans and vans (car service from Orvieto to Florence, Rome, Fiumicino Airport, Milan, Pisa, Venice, Bologna, Amalfi coast, Verona, Civitavecchia, Como lake, Cinque Terre, Arezzo, Perugia, Siena).

Private Driver Service is at your disposal for excursions, daytrips, Sightseeing Tours from Orvieto, Wine Tastings Tours from Orvieto, Umbria Wineries Tours, Wine Tours in Orvieto as well as Gourmet Tours and Shopping Tours, therefore offering you the opportunity to travel comfortably and learn about the many beauties of Orvieto, of Tuscany and Umbria.

 

For brides and grooms we provide Luxury Chauffeured Cars for Weddings in Orvieto, as well as transport and shuttle services for the guests.

Private Chauffeurs are also available in Orvieto for all those who travel for business and need to hire a private car with driver in Orvieto to reach important appointments, interviews or meetings, but also for those organizing Meetings, Conferences and Events in general. You can contact us even if your need is to have a taxi service in Orvieto to go to a dinner, or any other event that you are planning.

Our fleet includes high-end and/or luxury vehicles ranging from sedans (Mercedes E Class), to 8 seater minivans (Mercedes V Class); while, for larger groups, GT buses and minibuses are available for hire with driver in Orvieto (17, 30, 52 seats). All vehicles are legally permitted with Limousine Service licenses and led by experienced English-speaking drivers, with a deep knowledge of the territory and mastery of the service.


DETAILS

    • Limousine Service with private English speaking drivers in Orvieto (cars, sedans, limos, minivans for hire with chauffeur in Orvieto)

    • Transfers and Transportation by sedan, limo, minivan and private driver in Orvieto from and to Fiumicino Rome Airport, Pisa Airport, Florence Airport, Perugia Airport, Milan Airport

    • Transfers and transportation by sedan, limo, minivan and private driver in Orvieto from and to Florence railway stations, Rome railway stations, Chiusi train station, Terontola Cortona train station, Siena train station, Perugia train station, Arezzo train station

    • Transfers and transportation by sedan, limo, minivan and private driver in Orvieto from and to Florence hotels, Rome hotels, Venice hotels, Milan hotels, Siena hotels, Perugia hotels, Amalfi Coast, Cinque Terre, Verona, Como lake

    • Orvieto sightseeing tours, Orvieto excursions, daytrips from Orvieto with chauffeured sedans, minivans and private English speaking drivers.

    • Orvieto wine tours, winery tours, wine tasting tours from Orvieto and Tuscany with chauffeured sedans, minivans and private English speaking drivers.

    • Gourmet tours and shopping Tours from Orvieto and Tuscany with chauffeured sedans, minivans and private English speaking drivers.

    • Orvieto wedding cars and wedding transportation in Orvieto

    • Orvieto coach service, buses and minibuses for Hire in Orvieto

    • Orvieto Taxi service



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Orvieto: Built by the Etruscans on a cliff overlooking the surrounding valley, it was one of the 12 city-states allied in the Etruscan league, and probably one of the most important and fundamental. Very near to the territories of the rising power of Rome, which Orvieto represented a real and serious threat of expansionism, it was completely destroyed in 264 BC by its Roman army, to then be rebuilt in the following centuries, albeit very resized, by the Romans themselves. In the Medieval period it was an important municipality, often favoured by Florence who considered it to be a valuable ally in the fight against Siena. This was a period of great splendour for the city, and testimony to this are the beautiful buildings constructed in that period. In 1450 the municipality became part of the Vatican State, becoming a more important city, so much so that for centuries it constituted an alternative place to stay, for the Pope and for the papal clergy.

DON’T MISS!!! Cathedral, Piazza del Duomo, Palazzo Papale, Saint Patrick’s Well (Pozzo di San Patrizio)