Located between Lazio and Tuscany, Acquapendente is one of the major tourist centers of the Tuscia. Its strategic location makes it possible to admire both the local treasures and quickly reach Orvieto, Lake Bolsena, Siena and others.
On top of a hill that dominates the entire village of Acquapendente, there is the Clock Tower, also known as the Barbarossa tower belonging to the fortress built by Henry IV in the twelfth century. Even if today unfortunately it is completely destroyed.
The city, characterized by fascinating medieval features, offers many picturesque views and buildings of great value, both historical and architectural.
Visit Acquapendente means rediscovering an ancient land, full of beauty, where ancient history blends with the culture of taste.
Many are in fact the manifestations that characterize the territory of Acquapendente, including the Peasant Party, a demonstration made in the name of the city's rediscovery. Museums are open even at night, many are also the folk shows, the flea markets and the walks in the ancient village.