Siena in Tuscany, also spelled Sienna, is one of the most stunning hill top towns in all of Italy. The traditional rival of Florence this city is often overlooked by tourists in favor of its rival.
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Room was perfect, breakfast quite odd and not very good, but ok. It´s safe, clean and staff is nice. They are not there most of the day, so you have to arrange your arrival time. ... more
Very clean and nice room. The price is good and very well located. The breakfast- decide yourself. ... more
Owner very friendly and helpful, e.g. with TV tuning and sightseeing attractions around the district. Property clean and well appointed. Facilities good, possible to do own cooking which is desirable after weeks of restaurant food. Secure parking. Swimming pool. ... more
Florence or Siena?
Hey guys I have 2 days/nights to spend in either Florence or Siena on my way to Venice. Which would you choose? And special things would you do? Thanks! ...
Siena and San Gimignano
Is it possible to only visit these two towns in one day and have an enjoyable experience? We will be stopping in Livorno on a cruise ship and just have 10 hours to visit the area. Trying to decide how to divide our time. We have heard so many great reviews on Siena, but would like to add another stop ...
Should I go to Siena?
I'm going to Florence on Saturday and have almost 3 full days there. A couple of people have suggested taking a day trip to Siena, and although it looks gorgeous that would only leave me with 2 full ...
Onze korte uitstap richting Siena is een lange geworden aangezien we de scenic route gereden hebben tussen de Toscaanse velden, wat natuurlijk heel mooi was. Siena ligt prachtig gelegen op 7 heuvels en de auto moet je parkeren beneden, buiten het stadsgedeelte waarna je achteraf met roltrappen ...
Posted in Italië by rscabullsboy
19th October 2011
midday, when it had almost gone. From then on it was blue skies all the way to Siena. The guide books didn't warn us that Siena was situated on top of a large hill, and we parked down the bottom of it ...
Posted in Kim and Danny 2011 by kimdanny