Pitigliano is located in the south of Tuscany, in the territory known as the Città del Tufo, about 80km from the provincial capital of Grosseto.

The territory of Pitigliano borders with the Tuscan town of Sorano to the north, Manciano to the west and with the Lazio municipalities of Farnese, Ischia di Castro and Latera to the south-east.

You can get to Pitigliano by car, bus, train or plane.

By car:

From the North: Take the A1 motorway towards Rome, get off at Orvieto, take the SS71 in the direction of Bolsena, followed by the SS2 Cassia and SS74 in the direction of Pitigliano.

From the South: Take the Grande Raccolto Anulare towards Florence. Once you’ve arrived in Rome, take highway A1, get off at Orte, follow the signs for Viterbo, then take the SS74 in the direction of Pitigliano.

From Rome: Take the Roma-Civitavecchia motorway, then follow the signs for Grosseto-Livorno, exit at Albinia, and follow the signs for Manciano and then for Pitigliano.

From Genoa: Take the A1 motorway towards Rome, exit at Albinia and continue along the SS74 towards Pitigliano.

By train:

The nearest railway stations are Grosseto (80km), Albinia (50km), Orbetello (57km) and Viterbo (57km). From the stations, you can take a Tiemme bus in Tuscany or a Cotral bus in Lazio.

By plane:

The main airports are Rome-Fiumicino (150km), Rome-Ciampino (169km), Pisa Galileo Galilei International Airport (235km) and Amerigo Vespucci International Airport (198km). From the airports, you can get to Pitigliano by train and then bus.

By bus:

It is possible to reach Pitigliano by bus with daily connections from Siena, Florence and Grosseto, with the Tiemme line for Tuscany and the Cotral line from Viterbo.