The ancient village of Monte Santa Maria Tiberina is perched on a hill, on the border with Tuscany region, overlooking the fertile plain of the river solcatab Aggia, tributary of the Tiber. The country became, in the middle of the thirteenth century, stronghold of the Marquis Del Monte, awarded by French monarchs of the surname Bourbon. The family imprinted his signature on the building structure, with the palaces and the castle.

In 1816 the town was forfeited in the Grand Duchy of Tuscany and in 1859 became part of the kingdom of Italy.
Parking: are located at the town, however it is advisable to go along in the car.
Public toilets: not present, However, there are bars accessible.
Paving: gradients and stairways important.
Tourist Desk: inside the Palace of the City, in Via Santa Cross. From 10 all 13 and from 17 all 19.30. Such. 075.8571003. Accessible with assistance.
Signs blind: not presentTown of Monte Santa Maria Tiberina – Via Santa Croce 12 – 06010 – Such. 075-8571003/4 – Fax 075-8571070.

Tourist Information Office of the district Upper Tiber Valley
Piazza Matteotti – Lodges Bufalini 06012 Town of Castle
Such. 0758554922 – Fax 0758552100
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