Pienza is a small town in the region of Tuscany, in central Italy. It is located about 100 kilometers southeast of Florence. The town is known for its beautiful setting, in the heart of the Val d’Orcia region, which is known for its rolling hills and picturesque landscapes. Pienza is also famous for its cheese, which is produced in the surrounding area. The town is home to many historical and cultural attractions, including the Palazzo Piccolomini and the Cathedral of Pienza. In addition to its historical and cultural attractions, Pienza is also a popular destination for outdoor activities, with many hiking and biking trails in the surrounding area.