Pitigliano is as far off the grid as one can get in Tuscany. One has to really want to go there. It's not on the way to anywhere else in particular. It is only accessed by at least two hours of winding single lane roads from Orvieto or Tarquinia. It is like a time-warp in so many ways because it is so isolated. Pitigliano has a long history dating back to Roman times but certainly since the late-Renaissance when it became a center for Jews fleeing Rome and the Ghetto. Today it is a center for organic agriculture and viniculture. Now old customs are beginning to chafe against new ideas and young people wanting to live in the country. A fascinating urbanism, that feels like a living M.C. Escher print to walk in.