This is the story of a weekend in Civita di Bagnoregio, Viterbo, Italy.
This town is home to a dozen people, and it’s situated in an isolated location, accessible only by a footbridge in built in 1965. The bridge can only be crossed on foot. The cause of it’s isolation is the gradual erosion of the hillside and surrounding valley, which gave rise to the typical forms of gullies and that continues today, threatening to wipe out the village, so also called “the dying city” or, more rarely, “the dying town.”
We were hosted in Casa del Sole found on Airb&b, and we really enjoyed Luca’s amazing hospitality.