Piazza del Campo in Siena is famous all over the world for its beauty, architectural integrity and unique shell shape.
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The Suburban Tuscany tour continued to the medieval city of Siena, nestled within the Tuscan hills, approximately 48 kilometres south of Florence. This city has preserved its historical 13th century character and quality to a remarkable degree that in 1995 UNESCO named Siena a World Heritage Site, thus having a legal protection by an international convention.
Once you’ve had your fill of Florence, plan for extra time to explore the rest of the Tuscany region! Check out these epic day trips from Florence Italy!
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As Florence in Italy gets more crowded each year, Heather Cowper recommends 5 of the best day trips from Florence to other places in Tuscany; Lucca, Pisa, Siena, San Gimignano and Cinque Terre…
If you’re planning a trip to Tuscany, make a stopover to Siena! Discover with Benjamin Thomas the best areas to stay in Siena!
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Siena, home of the world’s oldest bank, has been left-wing terrain since the fall of Mussolini. But as Italy heads to the polls, the bank’s tribulations have bolstered a right-wing economist who plans to oust the finance minister and ditch the euro.
Kelley Anderson was off to explore the town of Siena, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, known as the best conserved town in all of Europe.
Classic architecture, amazing wine, delicious food, and medieval history … without the crowds? That’s amore!
Source: Daily Daydream: Siena, Italy