San Gimignano isn't the easiest place to find in Tuscany but the driving in this part of Italy is almost always a pleasure. And San Gimignano is worth the effort. As with many other similar Italian towns, it's best to park outside and walk in, heading through the old streets towards the centre and the square.
From the San Gimignano Travel Guide
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We stayed 5 nights at Casa Aladina, in a room with bathroom included. Really comfortable and nice. And very clean as well. Carla, the owner is a very kind person, always willing to help the guests. She gave us lots of tips about places to visit. We even left there a battery charger and was she who told us it, and sent it back. ... more
Siena and San Gimignano
From Livorno to Siena there are 2 hours and half by train. Siena it's not a big city, but there are so many things to see. San gimignano is connected only bus. I think you can take a train and stop (maybe) in Pisa, and spend 1 hour to see the leaning tower, then going directly to Siena, and spend ...
Tuscany in August - San Gimignano and Siena
Hi, my turn to ask dumb questions. I'm looking for info on the San Gimignano area. (I'm bidding on a stay for one week in a small wineyard cottage near San Gimignano on ebay, and the info you give me ...
Italy Day 6
. After a couple of hours exploring the town we decided to get back in the car and head for San Gimignano. We arrived in San Gimignano without any issues San Gimignano is a small town that's known for it ...
Posted in Italy 2011 by dmclone
and a desire to visit San Gimignano, a mere 1 hour bus ride south. Making the Poggibonsi (???) connection we arrived at the glorious walled city of San Gimignano. Proportedly the most visited town in Tuscany ...
Posted in Europe Adventure 2007 by snchall