The thing is, all hilltop towns in Tuscany are quaint.
My problem was, we saw so many unless you wrote down the name when you were there, they become a blur.
This one had the main road in, and then you could go in one of two directions, left or right.
They were not made for cars, and the streets are so narrow, often you find mere inches between the walls and the side of the car.
Instead, there are lots of narrow walkways and alleys to explore. I’d hate to be given an address of a house, and then try to find it. I doubt even a GPS would be about to locate it.
This is the main street into the town
Sorry, you can only go right
Pedestrians share the road with cars, and it’s no surprise that in Europe, and particularly Italy, a lot of their cars are very small. Now I know why!
They also have lots of arches, and I wonder if that’s someone’s bedroom overlooking the roadway
There’s very little room for gardens, and every bit of building space is utilized
Who knows where this alleyway leads
What seems to be a guard tower on the outskirts of the town, overlooking the valley below, perhaps waiting for invaders of a different sort
Perhaps you don’t like the idea of having neighbours.
And, of course, there’s always a church, and the door is always open