You have to pay a small entrance fee to visit Civita di Bagnoregio. This money goes towards restoring monuments and maintaining the town’s rather precarious position on that cliff!


Entrance fee

To visit Civita di Bagnoregio, it costs: 

  • €3 per person on weekdays
  • €5 on Saturdays, Sunday and public holidays.

Entrance is free ONLY for:

  • People with disabilities and their helpers, (a proper badge is required);
  • Children under 6 years old;
  • Children from 6 years to 13 years old, (up to two children per couple);
  • Teachers and students of Bagnoregio’s schools;
  • Registered journalists, (a proper badge is required);
  • Tour guides, (a proper badge is required);
  • Interpreters when working alongside tours guides, (a proper badge is required);
  • Foreign and Italian scholars invited by Bagnoregio City Council, and participants of socio-cultural,
    scientific and humanitarian events organized by Bagnoregio City Council;
  • Teachers when accompanying groups of students, 1 every 10 students;
  • Residents of Bagnoregio and theirs relatives;
  • Residents of the hamlet and their guests;
  • Guests of accommodation facilities in Bagnoregio’s district;
  • The entrance is also free during special occasions organized by Bagnoregio City Council.

If you are sleeping at one of the hotels, B&Bs etc in Civita di Bagnoregio, you don’t need to pay an entrancce fee. Just show them your booking reference when you arrive

Where to buy your ticket

You can buy your ticket at the info point just outside of Civita di Bagnoregio. There is no limit on how many people can visit the town.

address: Loc. Mercatello, 01022 – Bagnoregio

opening hours: From 8 AM till 8 PM every day

Visiting Civita di Bagnoregio

parking:

You can park either at the bus lot at the edge of town or at the base of the stone walkway. (Follow the yellow signs to Civita to reach the parking lot.) There is a parking charge of €1 an hour, which you can pay at the shop or the restaurant. Parking may be free on weekdays or off season when there’s no attendant.

getting into the town:

You can’t drive into Civita di Bagnoregio.

You must either walk from the Bagnoregio parking space to the Civita bridge (it takes about 20 minutes) or take a €1 yellow minibus (pay the driver) from the gas station to the base of the walkway. One or two buses leave each hour, starting at 7:38 a.m. Monday to Saturday and 8:53 a.m. Sunday. The last bus leaves at 6:24 p.m.

From there, you can ascend to Civita only on foot across the Civita bridge, which takes about 10 minutes. The long bridge is steep and it gets steeper as it rises. This is a challenging climb for anyone not in particularly good shape.

best time to visit:

Civita di Bagnoregio is a rising tourist star, which means there will be crowds, especially if you visit in the peak tourist season – July, August.

If you are visiting in summer, be sure to arrive early (between 8am and 9am) or late (after 7pm) if you want to beat the crowds and the extreme summer heat.

Walking across that bridge at midday is not a good idea unless you like the sound of sun stroke.

Remember to bring a hat and a bottle of water. And wear comfortable shoes. You will do a lot of walking!