Pitigliano is a village in Tuscany in the province of Grosseto, located on the border between Tuscany and Lazio. It is situated 313 metres above sea-level. It is known as “the little Jerusalem” because of the historical presence of the Jewish community. The village, which was originally settled by the Etruscans, is also famous for its Etruscan caves. I really enjoyed hiking through the caves! Just a few pictures I took while I was there.