Serves cheap pasta. Open daily 12:30 to 3:30PM and sporadically for dinner 7:30 to 10PM Also rents rooms; see Civita B&B under Sleep.
Small souvenirs and local products shop can give you a lot of ideas for your small presents.
Open Friday through Wednesday 12:30-3PM and 7-10PM, closed Thursday, on Piazza Marconi.
Civita di Bagnoregio is actually two remote towns. '''Civita''' is on a hill accessible only by a long stone walkway that begins at the end of the road from neighboring '''Bagnoregio'''. Once, Civita was the larger community and Bagnoregio the satellite. Today, Civita has only about 14 year-round residents, so few that Civita is nicknamed "the Dead City." Many of the buildings in Civita are being purchased by rich Italians who come here for vacation. However the town suffers constant erosion of its volcanic rock into the valley below. Civita is a charming medieval city, almost utterly untouched by the Renaissance. (The façade of the church was remodeled during the Renaissance, but the city is otherwise entirely medieval.) Despite its nickname, during the tourist season, Civita bustles with day trippers. The long bridge into Civita is steep—and it gets steeper as it rises. This is a challenging climb for anyone not in particularly good shape.