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Great place to visit!
A walk in the wood, surrounded by nature and history.
The tombs are magnificent, but what I would recommend are the “cave”
Those are impressive routes dig into the soil, like handmade canyons.
Negative side the price of the ticked....More
Best go here early on the day as it tends to get very hot between the trees and there is quite some incline. Very interesting to see the remains of the old Etruscan burial grounds. There seem to be caves everywhere. Entrance fee is 5...More
The etruscan Necropolis in Sovana is an amazing place to visit, also true that very little we know of the Etruscans, but also very few places you can see remnants as impressive as in here, the place is not far from Sovana, you can park...More
We visited only a part of this unbelievable "rock civilization" in San Quirico (the most populous village of Sorano), near Sorano on our way to Pitigliano. We parked our car in "Parking for Vitozza Ancient City" (GoogleMaps - at the outskirts of San Quirico towards...More
The history of this place is fascinating. We were fortunate to have had a great local guide to put everything in context...She made the visit very good. Without the guide this would have been just a 30min walk in woods.
Be warned that the wooden...More
Very nice open site to explore the ancient necropolis of the Etruscans at Sovana. There is a charge to enter the site and you can purchase a guide book, although we didn't, and found that the information boards were sufficient for our needs.
This is an interesting place to visit and more and more bits seem to be being discovered all the time. A guide is very helpful here as a more in depth understanding of the Etruscan culture is very helpful in interpreting what you are looking...More
This was an enjoyable way to spend the morning after a few days of cycling in Tuscany. Gave my 'seat' a rest. It took 10 minutes to walk from the local town, Sovana. The entrance fee is only 5 euro and I purchased the English...More