Home to the famous Palio horse race and a glorious Gothic cathedral, and surrounded on all sides by fertile valleys, Siena is a city for art lovers and gastronomes alike.
Via Custoza 2
Large hotel with pool, tennis courts and concierge service
Piazza Il Campo
Start your exploration here, Siena's main square
Via Camollia 72
In the Fortezza Medicea over 1,300 wines on their list
Via dei Termini 9
Live music nightly at this British style pub
Siena’s historic district, centered around Piazza Del Campo, may seem quiet tame during the day, what with all the family tours. However, at night it is a lively hangout with bars and clubs frequented by the University of Siena’s students and young visitors.
Eating well while in Italy is like encountering crowds in New York’s Times Square – both are inevitable, even run-of-the-mill, in their settings. Sienese food is typical of the Chianti region, replete with some of the world’s finest extra virgin olive oil. Besides fascinating history, art and architecture... Read more
A canon sounds in the background and as the smoke settles from it, ten men on horseback, dressed in what looks like royal regalia, step out into daylight. They align themselves before the signal to go sounds, and then they’re off, with crowds going ecstatic all the while. No, this is not a scene from... Read more