Experience what Siena holds dear. Visit the Duomo first, located off the Piazza del Campo, it is actually divided into three different areas each with its own world renown art. St. Catherine is the patron saint of Siena, she grew up here and you can visit her childhood home. There are many sites dedicated to her, but the most intriguing is the Basilica di San Domenico where you can view St. Catherine's preserved head. Siena's religious sights will connect you with the sacred side of local culture.
Costa di Sant'Antonio
St. Catherine's childhood home converted to a peaceful, reflective sanctuary... read more
Piazza del Duomo
15th Century art treasures; located in the back of the Duomo... read more
Via dei Rossi
Classic Gothic church used as an army barrack during WWII... read more
Piazza del Duomo
Famous frescoes and Gothic architecture... read more
Prato di Sant'Agostino
Via Borgo di Mezzo 64
Gregorian chants sung daily at this peaceful abbey... read more
Piazza San Domenico
See the preserved head of Saint Catherine!...
Via Logge del Papa
Built for Pope Pius II, not open to the public...
Piazza San Francesco 18
Diverse Collection of Sacred Art... read more
One of the oldest churches now turned into a bank...
Via del Porrione
One of the oldest churches in town... read more
Piano dei Mantellini
Church converted to the University's Chemistry department... read more
15th-Century basilica with noteworthy frescoes and paintings... read more
Via di Fontegiusta
Unusual fresco of Sibyl sets this church apart...
Via dei Gazzani
Invasive restorations changed the facade of this church... read more
Via di Pantaneto
Built from donations by Sienese soldiers after a 12th Century battle... read more