Interior of the area's natural Park of Monte Cucco in a strategic area along the historic Via Flaminia is Moat Vico (m 581 from 2899) . It was a vital center in Roman times because of its location at the crossroads of important routes. In 1442 Castle victoriously resisted the assault troops of Francesco Sforza, while in the 1500 suffered looting by Cesare Borgia, and had the same fate 1517 Opera ad Duke of Urbino. In 1540 Moat Vico was occupied, together with Perugia latrines and surrounding areas, the papal militia and since then its events are welded to those of other counties Umbrian, until its annexation to the Kingdom of Italy, with the exception of a brief period during the Napoleonic, during which, being the border between France and the Empire of the Kingdom of Italy, was customs post. Its landscape and environmental heritage is very rich, both for the fauna (foxes, weasels, faine, boars, squirrels and hares) that for the flora.

Parking: There are two places reserved for disabled, the first in Piazza Umberto I, at the entrance of the old town, the second in the car park in Piazza Garibaldi, adjacent public gardens.
Public Restrooms: l’unico servizio igienico accessibile è all’interno del Town Hall in Piazza Umberto I. To access the City takes the back entrance accessible.
Paving: the roads are all paved. We recommend the tour for a few uphill sections.
Tour desk: is located in Piazza Umberto I, at the entrance of the old town, such. 075.9190202. Alternatively you can contact the Office of Public Relations,
open Monday to Saturday from 8 all 14. Such. 075.9149520.
Signage for the blind: audio guides are available at the Town Hall and the Tourist Desk, that activate the explanation while you are near the site of historic and artistic.


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