The tower was initially named by the Pope, and later renamed Moro probably in relation to that of Raffaele di Sante called “the Moor”(which gave its name to the district and the building beside the tower). The tower stands in the heart of the city in the crossroads between Corso Cavour, Via del Duomo and Via della Costituente as a majestic center piece of these streets.
The tower is open internally and has stairs leading to a spectacular terrace, where you can enjoy a beautiful 360 degree panoramic view of the city. Adjacent to the tower is also the beautiful Palazzo dei Sette, named in medieval times because it housed the seven judges who represented the major corporations and trades of Orvieto.
Ticket: € 2.80
Free for children up to 10 years old
Visiting hours for the Torre del Moro
March, April, September and October: 10:00am to 7:00pm
May through August: 10:00am to 8:00pm
November through February: 10:30am to 4:30pm
This city tower is just in the center of Orvieto, it divides the city into 4 quarters and is along the main street Corso Cavour and Via del Duomo.