Pitigliano and Sovana: two little charming tuscan town with jewish heritage

Two Charming Tuscan Towns with Jewish heritage

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Discover the Tuscan Jerusalem

The village of Pitigliano, called the small Tuscan Jerusalem, stands on a massive rock, creating a fascinating mix of architecture and nature, hanging on the tuff a local stone among green valleys with a magical view. Your guide shows you the Palazzo Orsini, the Medicean Fountain, and a 14th-century tuff aqueduct as you explore this charming town with Jewish heritage.

From the main square, three parallel streets enter the village, intersected by a series of picturesque alleys: the stairs, small arcades, and decorations present you a true Tuscan experience. During the walk, we make a stop in a typical winery to taste local wines.

After a typical lunch in a nice central restaurant, our assistant guides you on an afternoon tour to discover Sovana, an important Etruscan site and medieval city!