Of course, there are merchants intent on selling to the tourist crowd.
The story of Pinocchio originated in a nearby town, and Pinocchio dolls, puppets, and marionettes were plentiful wherever we went in Tuscany and Umbria.
It seemed that all of the elementary schools required uniforms. And I caught this group of students on a field trip. I loved the blue rimmed glasses.
A few other random shots of the town.
This last was a simple shot, but there was something about the texture, both of the steps and the wall behind that I liked. Perhaps it was the subtlety of the colors that caught my attention. For the record, I shot this at f/4 with the focus on the iron railing which served to soften slightly the texture of the steps and wall.
Finally, I liked this shot of a side "street" (one of way too many such shots that I took over the course of the tour). Maybe it was the green shutters that set this scene off and provided a point of interest, even though the stark green was not in keeping with the remainder of the town's 5-600 year old buildings.