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Volo di Vino is an elegant wine bar/restaurant owned by Simona and Gabriele, a wonderful, friendly couple who treat each guest as a friend. There is a wide choice of quality Italian wines and all the food is cooked on the premises by Simona....the food is typically Sicilian, the menu is small but good and changes regularly. On a warm summer evening there is no better place to be than sitting at a table outside this wine bar looking at the wonderful view of the Lake of Bolsena.
Favorite Dish: All the food is good and home cooked.....menu changes regularly!
Written Apr 17, 2009
Address: via Nazionale 25....in the historical centre
There is no 'exciting' night life in Montefiascone. For me an ideal evening is a meal in one of our numerous, good quality restaurants, walk off all that delicious pasta with a stroll up to La Rocca to look out over the lake and maybe see a beautiful sunset, then a walk back down to town for a gelato or frozen yoghurt at the best gelateria in town 'Al Borgo' on via Oreste Borghesi.
Dress Code: Casual dress is acceptable in all restaurants in Montefiascone.
Written Jul 26, 2006
Without a car, Montefiascone is not the easiest place to reach. From Rome you can take a bus from Saxa Rubra bus station, there is a regular service to Viterbo bus station, from where you can take another to Montefiascone. Tickets must be purchased before travelling, without a ticket, the driver will charge you much more than the normal fare, though he will give you a receipt. Last bus leaves Viterbo at 20.10
Train times can be found at www.trenitalia.it but when you arrive at the station it is a 4km uphill walk to the town, unless you are fortunate enough to arrive when there is a bus waiting for you, though chances of this are very rare, and there is no taxi service in town! Your hotel would be able to arrange someone to collect you from the station, but it will usually cost you! Current cost on the train is €6,50
You can also take a train from Roma Ostiense to Viterbo then a bus to Montefiascone.
Updated Aug 25, 2012
I consider Montefiascone a safe place to be....I have no fear of walking out alone any time of the day or night and have never heard of any crime here. I did wonder why so many locals seemed to walk around with their faces to the ground, and now I know....watch out for the holes in the paths and roads....was laid up for quite a few days with a badly sprained ankle!!
Updated Aug 22, 2006