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Not far from the more visited Pitigliano, this is another borgo in tuff on a valley. It has not yet received the tourist attention and it is as original as you can have in Maremma. There are beautiful street and alleys, a castle and many...More
Beautiful mediveal small town on a huge cliff. Narrow street, deep stairs and marvelous view from the upper part. Streets are very clean and buildings in a good shape. Very nice to walk around and enjoy cozy atmosphere.
Interesting to stroll through the ild fortified village. Much seems to be untouched for centuries. At the base of the city there are some house integrated in the tuff mountain faces. One of them hosts a tavern.
Loved this village! Tiny but so fun to explore and so many photo opps around every corner! There was an adorable, inexpensive olive wood shop at one end near the tiny piazza. It doesn't take long to stroll through this town, but it was wonderful...More
Many will say to skip Sorano, and stay in Pitigliano for example, but there is a charm in this place that you have to experience, it is a Museum in the Open, just so quaint, and with a nice hotel, where we stayed, the La...More
We spent a couple of nights here staying in the heart of the old village. The streets have a unique ancient ambience and we loved exploring their twists and turns by day and in the cool of the night. We always felt safe to wander...More
Another must see after Pitigliano, but a lot smaller Sorano, offers beautiful, narrow streets, which you can make in an hour or so. There is a town panorama spot just outside of the city, where you can leave your car and 5 minutes of walk...More
We took a detour through the eastern part of the Grosetto province in Southern Tuscany, to visit Sorano and Pitigliano en route to Orvieto from Montalcino.
I hadn’t even heard of Sorano, until a very informative post on Fodors (by Stu Dudley, an invaluable contributor),...More
You can see this town in two parts. First, park at the to by the more contemporary citadel and walk down be aware that you have to walk back up). When you get to the bottom, you're in the historical center which is very interesting...More