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Museo Archeologico all'Aperto Alberto Manzi

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Strada Provinciale 127 Pantano, 58017 Pitigliano Italy
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In this tour, you will have a different experience when you get the chance to swim in Saturnia Bath and visiting one of the most beautiful cities in Italy Pitigliano The region surrounding Pitigliano is typical of the Maremma and the territory ranges from the border with the Lazio region up to the Volsini mountain range, a typical tuff area. The city, in fact, borders to the north with the municipality of Sorano, to the south-east with the Lazio region and, in particular, with the municipalities of Farnese, Ischia di Castro, Latera, and Valentano, while to the west we find the town of Manciano.
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Anna Maria A wrote a review Jul 2015
Houston, Texas4 contributions3 helpful votes
I spent a very nice day visiting the Etruscan site and enjoying the really helpful support for all my children offered for the really kind and family friendly worker at the museum. I could chill out under the oak trees, have lunch in the nice picnic area and visit the amazing Etruscan site! Bring some good shoes and a baby carrier ! Not suitable for strollers!
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Date of experience: July 2015
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Klozknitz wrote a review Apr 2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands18 contributions6 helpful votes
While staying near Pitigliano, we became entranced by Etruscan history and archeology. I'm sorry we visited this open-air museum at the end and not at the beginning as it gives a very gentle introduction to this historical period. The Via Cava is not long, but in great condition with a convenient handrail for the over-70s. The necropoli were not easy to see into, but were fairly easy to access. I didn't have time to do the whole trail, but what I did see was a fair representation. Most special, though, were actually the facilities provided. There was a nice mock-up of an Etruscan hut and a lovely outdoor area with cushioned benches and magazines for people to relax with. The bookstore was the most complete one I saw, with lots of information in both Italian and English and the curator herself was warm, friendly and informative. It was very clear that the whole place was curated with love and care and I would wholeheartedly recommend it.
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Date of experience: April 2015
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