Museo Archeologico all'Aperto 'Alberto Manzi'
La Piccola Gerusalemme
In the course of the 16th century, a Jewish community settled in Pitigliano, increasing notably when Pope Pius IV banned Jews from Rome...
Museo Civico Archeologico della Civiltà Etrusca
Accessed via a stone staircase opposite the entrance to Palazzo Orsini, this small but well-run museum has a rich display of finds from...
La Cantina Incantata
As well as being the best people-watching spot in town, this welcoming cantina is a perfect spot to enjoy a glass of wine and snack on...
Pick up a stick or two of sfratto, a gorgeously sticky local confection made of honey and walnuts, from this place. Counterbalance the...
Lonely Planet review
Interlinked Piazza Petruccioli and Piazza Garibaldi provide a majestic walkway towards this 13th-century castle, which was enlarged by the Orsinis in the 16th century, eventually became the residence of the local bishop and is now home to a museum. Its rooms are filled with an eclectic collection of artworks and ecclesiastic oddments from churches in the diocese, including an unattributed and extremely unusual painting of Jesus being circumcised and a 14th-century wooden Madonna and Child statue by Jacopo della Quercia.