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58017 Pitigliano, Italy
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All reviewsold townnarrow streetsbeautiful towncouple of hoursday tripenjoy the viewhilltop villagejewish ghetto areathe main roadperched highsouthern tuscanycliffstufapanoramatuffpedestriantowns
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Reviewed yesterday

This is one of the best preserved large borgo in central Italy. During the last year it was transformed from a sleepy run down little town to a prosperous tourist attraction. Yet, at least for the moment, it is not yet overwhelmed by tourism. A...More

Thank marcopolo111
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Yes historic town center is amazing. This is what people in America think Italy should look like! I highly recommend getting lost in the curvy narrow streets.

Thank Josh B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The city is like no other, it is obvious from the moment you see it’s imposing walls from the distance. A mirracle of what humans can achieve. The old part of the city is nicely preserved and it’s a pleasure to walk the streets and...More

Thank Cosmin J
Reviewed 1 week ago

Pitigliano is an ancient Etruscan city, which has been the home of many cultures and peoples. The town sits up high on tufa rock overlooking an ancient gorge. Roman roads and aqueducts are still in use. The town is lovely offering excellent food and a...More

Thank Catherine T
Reviewed 1 week ago

I have wanted to visit Pitigliano for a long time. Only spent 2nights here and went to Savona for day so was here in the evening. It is a lovely town and very untouched by tourism. I cannot recommend Pitigliano and Savona enough. A car...More

Thank Maryhillmagyars
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful pearched town on a very high cliff loaded with history. Nice small shops selling handcrafts, wines, local foodies etc. Really nice place to spend a couple of hours. Nearby also Sovana and Sorana which are very interesting although smaller than Pitigliano. Nice day trip...More

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Reviewed 2 June 2018 via mobile

My husband, I & our two dogs enjoyed a day out in this ancient village perched on top of a massive tufo (volcanic lava rock). We went on a Friday & not yet high tourist season but already parking was difficult 😏. So I wouldn’t...More

Thank S M
Reviewed 12 May 2018

We left Orvieto at 11a for a lovely 1-hour drive to Pitigliano. Found parking pretty easily on the outskirts and walked about 10 min to town. Paid 5eu to go thru old Jewish quarter, and had advance 130p lunch reservations at Hosteria Ceccottino followed a...More

Thank LoveToTravel524
Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

Exquisite town that has taken itself seriously as a beautiful destination place to visit. I visited here in the 90’s and since then, in 2002, redone its Jewish ghetto Area because of the massive historical interest. There is now a Jewish museum, with archeological evidence/...More

Thank marcopolopaloalto
Reviewed 3 April 2018

Parking can be tricky for this town. Small, compact, but very charming. I love all the little corners. There are many interesting shops around and plenty of nice restaurants.

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