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Having visited Siena several years ago, I wanted to ensure another visit during our two weeks in Florence. Siena is probably my most favourite city in Italy due to its architecture and historical character. On almost every street there is something picturesque that keeps your...More
A visit here was included in a day tour, which was one of the highlights of our trip. Just noticed on some people's posts there was some type of escalator, which we were not aware of. Very steep hills, but enjoyed the architecture and the...More
Siena is another hit on your World Heritage Site list. Siena's Centro Storico was inscripted into the UNESCO World Heritage Site inventory in 1995. This well-preserved Tuscan hilltown is one of Italy's most visited tourist sights and that is no wonder. Siena is said to...More
We have spent 3 full days walking in the Historical Center of Siena discovering a lot of historical sites , wonderful architecture , houses that are centuries old , streets that are still covered with stones , small shops selling everyday necessities and great restaurants...More
We spent about an hour wandering through the historical center of Siena, enjoying the narrow streets and finding architecture, contrada signs, and interesting people around every corner. The Piazza del Campo is the highlight of the area, but there are views everywhere nearby. The cathedral...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.