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Chiusi or Pitigliano area - Help in choosing for Etruscan aspects

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We are going to be staying near Pienza in May for 5 nights. We'd like to explore some Etruscan sites and check out a corresponding museum. We are considering either Chiusi or Pitigliano, Sovana and Sorano. Chiusi looks to be about 30 min. from where we are staying, and Pitigliano, Sovana and Sorano are about 90 min. from where we are staying. I'd really like to do Pitigliano et al. because we also love medieval towns and it looks incredible. But I also don't like to burn so much time driving. I'm wondering what you all think about how the two different areas compare in terms of 1) the Etruscan sites and museums and 2) the cities themselves for their medieval sections. I'm trying to decide if it's worth spending more time driving to/from the Pitigliano area. Thanks for your insights!

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