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Pitigliano wheelchair accessible tours, is a fascinating and unique village.
Has many itineraries, inside and outside the country, to discover its most beautiful attractions, history and traditional culture.
Dug out of the volcanic rock, the city of Pitigliano, located south of Val D’Orcia and not far from the thermal waters of Bagni San Filippo.
Encloses within its walls a sort of three-dimensional historical temporal chronology ranging from the Bronze Age to the Second War World.
The village is small and cozy, but don’t be fooled… it has many attractions to discover!
Its ancient origins make Pitigliano one of the richest places in monuments, historic and sacred buildings.
It is no coincidence that Pitigliano is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy!
Due to its historic center and the presence of a Jewish community, which has its Synagogue in Pitigliano.
The village is characterized by the presence of a large and ancient Jewish community.
In fact on its territory there are a series of areas and buildings linked to the cult and life of the community.
Pitigliano is a curious village, which has the peculiarity of having been named The Little Jerusalem.
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The entrance to the historic center is very particular.
The first thing you notice are the two huge arches of the aqueduct built by the Orsini family and completed by the Medici around 1600.
The water flowing inside the aqueduct feeds the Fountain of the Seven Spouts, located in the center of Piazza della Repubblica.
Of Aldobrandesque origin, which later became the residence of the Orsini counts, Palazzo Orsini is one of the most beautiful attractions to visit in Pitigliano.
The building dates back to the XII century and is characterized by twenty-one elegant rooms and a very interesting museum.
The main Catholic church of Pitigliano is certainly the Cathedral of St Peter and Paul.
Probably built in the XIII century and gradually modified and rearranged over the centuries.
Not to be missed The vie Cave di Pitigliano is a path dug into the tuff by the ancient Etruscan to connect the three neighboring villages: Pitigliano, Sorano and Sovana.
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