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Historic Centre of Siena

Famous for its Gothic architecture, this amazing medieval city is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. Stroll through the historic center with well-preserved buildings dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries. The city center is quite compact, everything being in a walking distance. While exploring its narrow streets, don't forget to look up every once in a while as there is always something to marvel at.
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Piccolomini Library

Piazza del Duomo, 53100 Siena, Italy
Part of the cathedral complex, this impressive library was set up in the 15th century by Cardinal Piccolomini, hence the name. Definitely worth visiting for the magnificent frescoes that adorn the interior. Created by the famous Italian artist Pinturicchio, they depict life stories of Pope Pius II.
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Civic Museum and Public Palace

Piazza del Campo 1, 53100 Siena, Italy
Housed in a majestic public palace from the 13th century, this art museum showcases many historical and valuable Sienese frescoes, sculptures and beautiful paintings. The most notable series of frescoes, The Allegory of Good and Bad Government, can be found in the Hall of the Nine.
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Opera del Duomo Museum

Piazza del Duomo 8, 53100 Siena, Italy
This private art museum, which was established in 1869, houses many artworks and architectural fragments which once adorned the cathedral. These include for example a statuary from the facade, stained-glass rose windows, historical tapestries, and a marvelous altarpiece.
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Santa Maria della Scala

Piazza Duomo
Explore one of the oldest hospitals in Europe, which closed its doors in 1995 and was rebuilt to house several frequently visited museums. These include for example an Archaeological Museum and a Museum of Children's Art. You can explore more than a half of the original complex and see various historical pieces of art.
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National Picture Gallery Siena

Via San Pietro 29, 53100 Siena, Italy
The Pinacoteca Nazionale is a national museum in Siena, Tuscany, Italy. Inaugurated in 1932, it houses especially late medieval and Renaissance paintings from Italian artists. It is housed in the Brigidi and Buonsignori palaces in the city's center: the former, built in the 14th century, it is traditionally identified as the Pannocchieschi family's residence. The Palazzo Bichi-Buonsignori, although built in the 15th century, has a 19th-century neo-medieval façade based on the city's Palazzo Pubblico. The gallery has one of the largest collections of Sienese paintings with gold backgrounds from the 14th and 15th centuries.Works in the gallery include:
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Piccolomini Palace

Via di Città, 126, 53100 Sienna, Italy
The Palazzo Piccolomini, also known as the Palazzo Todeschini Piccolomini is a Renaissance-style palace in the city of Siena, region of Tuscany, Italy. It is located on the Banchi di Sotto, at the corner with Via Rinaldini; uphill and west of the church of San Martino, the Loggia del Papa, and the Palazzo delle Papesse, which also built by a Piccolomini family member.
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Botanical Garden of the University of Siena

Via Pier Andrea Mattioli 4,  53100 Siena, Italy
The Orto Botanico dell'Università di Siena is a botanical garden operated by the University of Siena. It is located at Via P. A. Mattioli, 4, Siena, Tuscany, Italy, and open daily. The garden's history reaches back to 1588 when the university began to raise medicinal herbs. In 1756 the field of herbal studies was supplanted by natural history, and starting in 1759, under the direction of Giuseppe Baldassarri, the garden began to collect uncommon plants. In 1784 the Grand Duke of Tuscany Peter Leopold began university reform, and in a short time the garden's collection grew to contain more than a thousand new plants, many from abroad. Its first published record listed some 900 species, including several hundred from outside Italy. In 1856 the garden moved to its present location, the botany institute constructed 1910-1912, and in the 1960s the garden's area was doubled.
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National Archaeological Museum

Piazza Duomo 2, 53100 Siena, Italy
Explore the most significant archaeological collections of the Siena and Chiusi area. There are plenty of artifacts to admire there.
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Winebar Italiana Siena

Piazza Libertà 1, 53100 Siena, Italy
A popular wine bar, wine shop, and restaurant located in the same house for more than 70 years. The restaurant serves traditional Italian dishes and the wine list includes more than 1000 wines.
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Cose di Lana

17 Via Di Pantaneto, 53100, Siena, IT
A rather small shop specializing in making hand-made products such as cotton and woolen clothes, original jewelry and accessories.
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Piazza del Campo

Fall in love with the historic heart of Siena where you can find a popular tourist spot - a beautiful shell-like medieval square paved with red bricks. Often considered to be one of the most picturesque squares in Italy, this piazza was established as early as in the thirteenth century and served as a marketplace.
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Siena Cathedral

Built in the 13th century, this cathedral was ambitiously meant to be larger than the one in Rome. Though this aim was not accomplished, it is definitely worth visiting for its splendid facade adorned with mosaics and richly decorated interior. You can also access the roof and get wonderful views of the surrounding area. If you want to learn more about the history of this church, you can join a guided tour.
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Torre del Mangia

53100, Siena, IT
The Torre del Mangia is a tower in Siena, in the Tuscany region of Italy. Built in 1338-1348, it is located in the Piazza del Campo, Siena's premier square, adjacent to the Palazzo Pubblico. When built it was one of the tallest secular towers in medieval Italy. At 102 m, it is second tallest after Cremona's Torrazzo the Asinelli tower in Bologna at 97 m being third..
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Fonte Gaia

Finished in 1342, this imposing fountain is now a major tourist attraction of the city. Be sure to marvel at the exquisite sculptures that adorn the frame of the fountain - depicting Madonna and Child and Cardinal Virtues. It is believed that the name Gaia, or joyous, refers to the general joy over the fact that water system was installed in Siena.
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Basilica of San Domenico

Piazza San Domenico, 53100, Siena
Also known as Basilica Cateriniana, this beautiful Gothic church is definitely worth visiting for its splendid interior. Once inside, marvel at the exquisite stained-glass windows, majestic historical canvases and be sure not to miss the relics of St. Catherine stored here.
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Crypt of Siena Cathedral

Piazza Duomo 8, 53100 Siena, Italy
This cathedral crypt, which was discovered by chance in 1999, hides unique, bright-color frescoes dating back to the 13th century. Created by best artists of Siena, these frescoes depict scenes both from the Old and the New Testament. The brightness of not only the frescoes but also the surrounding columns and pilasters will take your breath away.
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Baptistry of St. John

Piazza di S. Giovanni, 53100 Siena, Italy
A fairly old Gothic baptistry built in the 14th century boasts a beautiful facade and wonderful interior. The focal point of this baptistry is its splendid baptismal font, decorated by six bronze panels which depict St. John the Baptist's life stories. You should also notice the exceptional frescoes created by Vecchietta, a famous Sienese painter.
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Chigi Saracini Palace

Via di Città 89, Siena 53100 (Italia)
The Palazzo Chigi-Saracini is a Gothic urban palace on the Via di Città in the Terzo di Città in central Siena, Tuscany, Italy. In 2014 it housed the Accademia Musicale Chigiana. It was built by the Marescotti family in the 12th century. It was the house of Count Galgano Lucarini Saracini and then it became property of Fabio Chigi Lucarini Saracini. The palace is described as a "Gothic beauty with a curved facade and back courtyard."
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Basilica of San Francesco

Though this Franciscan church may seem rather plain when compared to other churches in Siena, it is definitely worth the visit for its exquisite interior facade, chapels, and frescos. Originally built in the Romanesque style, it was renovated in the 15th century and you can now marvel at its Gothic features.
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Siena Train Station

Siena railway station serves the city and comune of Siena, in the region of Tuscany, central Italy. Opened in 1935, it is the terminus of the lines to Empoli, to Chiusi and to Grosseto. The station is currently managed by Rete Ferroviaria Italiana. However, the commercial area of the passenger building is managed by Centostazioni. Train services to and from the station are operated by Trenitalia. Each of these companies is a subsidiary of Ferrovie dello Stato, Italy's state-owned rail company. A series of escalators connects the train station with the old city on top of the hill.
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15 Viale Curtatone

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5 Strada della Befana

Il Battistero

12 Piazza San Giovanni, 53100, Siena, IT

Casa Ritiri Santa Regina

6 Via Bianca Piccolomini Clementini

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