Sutri was founded by the Etruscans over 2000 years ago and still has a number of archaelogical remains from this period and the Roman, Lombard and medieval eras. In the past, Sutri has served as the seat of the bishopric and a stopover for pilgrims en route to Rome. Today, Sutri's centro storico (medieval centre) is an attractive, interesting place to explore and will give you a taste of local Italian life without the tourists.

Sutri is ideally located to explore Rome, Umbria and Northern Lazio. It is 40 minutes from Rome by car and served by a bus a train. The local area is also very attractive with two beautiful lakes 15 minutes a way and dozens of medieval villages each with their own traditions, festivals and personalities.

> The official Sutri website (in italian)
> Other places to visit in the surrounding area

The view of Sutri
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