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All reviews narrow streets historic center walkable city every corner day trippers beautiful city small city walk around loved siena the main square famous palio take your time visiting tuscany gelato duomo architecture cars
Take your time and slowly walk through this wonderful section of Siena. There is a lot to see and all of it screams Italy. If you get tired there are pleanty of bars and restaurants that will let you relax and enjoy something to eat...More
The minimum amount of vehicles in the center of Siena makes it easier to walk everywhere. The city center is on a hill, with many alleys and narrow streets. At each bend is a perfect opportunity to take incredible photographs. Lots of nice shops, restaurants...More
Everyone goes to the square - you should hit the narrow historic streets surrounding it! The shops and restaurants get away from the tourist trade and into everyday Siena life. Spend the day and see a lifetime.
This is a magnificent city; well worth a visit. But, please stay a few days. See the city in the early morning or evening, before or after the day-trippers with massive tour groups have gone. Get coffee overlooking il Campo when it is empty and...More
Siena is likely Italy's loveliest medieval city, Compared to Florence, Siena looks much cleaner, and streets seemed to be designed with in greater detail. It's actually very pleasurable to get lost for a minute and walk around to find either a nice cafe or restaurant....More
You need good walking shoes and good leg muscles to enjoy this city. As this is a very hilly place, you need to pace yourself and not get too exhausted and give up halfway. Park at San Caterina, take the escalators right up to the...More
Siena is amazing, it really is. If there is a more beautiful historic centre then I've not seen it.
Okay so it doesn't have the wow factor of Pisa and is way smaller than nearby Florence but it has a lovely old world charm and...More
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I'm not sure what you are asking, but a very nice leather shop, in nearby Florence, is Misuri. Yes, it is expensive; however, they have a very nice variety, and very accommodating sales staff. They had the largest... More
I'm not sure what you are asking, but a very nice leather shop, in nearby Florence, is Misuri. Yes, it is expensive; however, they have a very nice variety, and very accommodating sales staff. They had the largest selection of any leather shop we visited in the area. They are located in the Plazza Santa Croce, in Florence.