A beautiful town in the heart of the Tuscan Maremma, Pitigliano is one of the Most Beautiful Villages in Italy and Orange Flag.
Also nicknamed The Little Jerusalem, because starting from the sixteenth century it hosted a large Jewish community within its walls, Pitigliano is now one of the most fascinating historic villages in Italy and an unmissable stop on a trip to Tuscany.
Perched on a tuff cliff, the town rises imposingly on the valleys of the Lente, Meleta and Prochio streams, offering a wonderful view of the wild and unspoiled nature of this area of the Tuscan Maremma.
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Discover more than 500 years of Jewish history in Pitigliano on a private walking tour. Beginning in the 16th-century, this Tuscan town boasts a unique story not found in any other Italian city. Itinerary highlights include the former ghetto, the Jewish Museum, and the remains of the synagogue. Every step of the way, your guide is on hand to answer questions to ensure an immersive and enriching sightseeing experience.
The imposing castle, which belonged first to the Aldobradeschi and then to the Orsini, dominates the village of Pitigliano which was built on the edge of a tufa cliff on the river Lente.
A network of alleys that descend to overlook the valley, the extraordinary ancient Jewish quarter, the Ghetto (closed on Saturdays), the deep cellars dug under the streets, the Etruscan gate, the hidden corners of the Fratta district, welcome the visitor fascinated by the incredible beauty of the landscape of Pitigliano.
We will also visit the extraordinary vie cave dug by the Etruscans around Pitigliano, ancient sacred roads even 10 meters deep and we will try to discover the secret of their origin. These ancient roads, along which the Etruscan necropolis are found, were also used as refuges during the war
Take a tour of Viterbo with your own private guide, and discover the historic corners of the stately Lazio city. Focusing on the sights that interest you most, the private tour takes in the neighborhood of San Pellegrino and landmarks linked to the city’s papal history. You’ll visit the palace where the first recorded conclave took place, and hear fun facts about Viterbo’s numerous movie locations.
Wind your way through the history and architecture of the medieval hilltop town of Viterbo on this self-guided GPS audio tour. From Porta Romana we'll make our way back in time through the city's charming and historic center. Along the way we'll take in ancient fountains, majestic piazzas and palaces. I will tell you stories of the people and point out details, hidden courtyards and corners.
Viterbo was a papal town where popes lived in the 13th century and where the first conclave was held. We will explore the San Pellegrino medieval quarter, one of the best preserved in Europe. Finally, we'll conclude the tour at the Porta San Pietro, the medieval entrance to the town. Come discover Viterbo's tales and secrets with me.
Our private half-day tour is tailored for families with kids who want to discover the history and architecture of Viterbo with maximum comfort and enjoyment. Viterbo attracts a number of tourists every year, thanks to its historical heritage which retraces city’s rich history, in particularly from the Etruscan times to the Middle Ages. Surrounded by the 12th century walls its Old Town looks as if it were frozen in time. You and your children will be amused by its beautiful architecture and monuments walking through the picturesque narrow streets and medieval squares of Viterbo. Your kid-friendly guide will take you on an exciting journey through the past and show you the main attractions of the city in a playful and memorable way. Your children will enjoy fun activities and games, such as trivia and treasure hunt as well as an entertaining commentary from your guide.
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
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