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La guida di Silvia

Silvia

La guida di Silvia

Food
Typical tuscan food, try the peposo, pici and tonno del Chianti!
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Grotta di Santa Caterina - Bagoga
26 Via della Galluzza
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Typical tuscan food, try the peposo, pici and tonno del Chianti!
One of the most famous restaurant in Siena, right next to my apartment! (Non economic)
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Osteria da Divo
25 Via Franciosa
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One of the most famous restaurant in Siena, right next to my apartment! (Non economic)
Great take away food
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Gastronomia Morbidi
75 Via Banchi di Sopra
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Great take away food
Supermarket with very high quality typical food.
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Consorzio Agrario di Siena
9 Via Pianigiani
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Supermarket with very high quality typical food.
Old grocery with great atmosphere, love it.
Antica Drogheria Manganelli 1879
Old grocery with great atmosphere, love it.
Most famous bakery in Siena
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Bar Pasticceria Nannini
24 Via Banchi di Sopra
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Most famous bakery in Siena
My favourite bakery in Siena, best ricciarelli ever! Highly recommended
Pasticcerie Sinatti
My favourite bakery in Siena, best ricciarelli ever! Highly recommended
Very tiny and typical tavern, simple tuscan food!
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Osteria Il Grattacielo dal 1840
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Very tiny and typical tavern, simple tuscan food!
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Liberamente Osteria
27 Il Campo
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Top quality sandwiches and taglieri
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Gino Cacino di Angelo
31 Piazza Mercato
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Top quality sandwiches and taglieri
Good pizza with stunning view
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Il Pomodorino
13 Via Camporegio
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Good pizza with stunning view
Hands down the best espresso in Siena!
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Torrefazione Fiorella
13 Via di Città
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Hands down the best espresso in Siena!
One of the best restaurant in Siena to taste culinary delights, I recommend the pici al ragù!
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Osteria La Sosta di Violante
115 Via Pantaneto
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One of the best restaurant in Siena to taste culinary delights, I recommend the pici al ragù!
Very good take away pizza, close to the apt
Le Principesse Di Sirio Campolungo
53 Via S. Pietro
Very good take away pizza, close to the apt
Hands down best "pizza a taglio" in Siena, you have to try their delicious ciaccino ripieno! Just off Piazza del Campo
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Pizzeria Poppi Ivano
25 Via Banchi di Sopra
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Hands down best "pizza a taglio" in Siena, you have to try their delicious ciaccino ripieno! Just off Piazza del Campo
Super good gelateria really close to my apt
La Vecchia Latteria
10 Via di S. Pietro
Super good gelateria really close to my apt
Best artisan gelato in Siena, right in front of Basilica di San Domenico
The Masgalano Gelateria
47 Via della Sapienza
Best artisan gelato in Siena, right in front of Basilica di San Domenico
Very very good osteria in front of my apartment!
Osteria del Gusto
9 Via dei Fusari
Very very good osteria in front of my apartment!
Few steps from Piazza del Campo, one of the most popular restaurant in Siena. Enjoy the tuscan cuisine and the romantic atmosphere.
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La Taverna di San Giuseppe
132 Via Giovanni Duprè
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Few steps from Piazza del Campo, one of the most popular restaurant in Siena. Enjoy the tuscan cuisine and the romantic atmosphere.
Tasty reinterpretation of the local typical cuisine
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Salefino Wine and Cuisine
1 Via degli Umiliati
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Tasty reinterpretation of the local typical cuisine
Chianina burger with pecorino senese and fries, taglieri and so much more! Excellent value for money, highly recommended!
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Te Ke Voi?
4 Vicolo S. Pietro
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Chianina burger with pecorino senese and fries, taglieri and so much more! Excellent value for money, highly recommended!
Delicious chinese ravioli, highly recommended
Ravioli Wang
38 Viale Vittorio Emanuele II
Delicious chinese ravioli, highly recommended
Artisan gelato
Gelateria Nice
152 Via Pantaneto
Artisan gelato
Wine bar, taglieri and best tartare in Siena! Highly recommended
La Prosciutteria Crudi e Bollicine
89 Via Pantaneto
Wine bar, taglieri and best tartare in Siena! Highly recommended
Artisan gelato
Gelateria La Mandorla - Gelateria artigianale graniteria Siena
36 Via Camollia
Artisan gelato
Very good senese osteria, a Classic
Osteria Da Gano
146 Via Pantaneto
Very good senese osteria, a Classic
Drinks & nightlife
Best aperitivo with a stunning view of Piazza del Campo, very good food too.
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Liberamente Osteria
27 Il Campo
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Best aperitivo with a stunning view of Piazza del Campo, very good food too.
Lovely place with excellent desserts and hot beverages.
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Tea Room - Siena
11 Via Porta Giustizia
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Lovely place with excellent desserts and hot beverages.
Delicious cocktails and very charming location right next Piazza del Campo
Caffè 19zero3
18/19/20 Piazza Mercato
Delicious cocktails and very charming location right next Piazza del Campo
The best jazz club in Siena. Good wine list.
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unTUBO
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The best jazz club in Siena. Good wine list.
Live music with tasty food and drinks, lovely place
Bottega Roots Siena
58 Via Pantaneto
Live music with tasty food and drinks, lovely place
Art
Piazza del Campo is the principal public space of the historic center of Siena and is regarded as one of Europe's greatest medieval squares. The twice-a-year horse-race, Palio di Siena, is held around the edges of the piazza.
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Piazza del Campo
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Piazza del Campo is the principal public space of the historic center of Siena and is regarded as one of Europe's greatest medieval squares. The twice-a-year horse-race, Palio di Siena, is held around the edges of the piazza.
One of the most fascinating façade in all of Italy, be sure to visit the interior with its stunning mosaic floor, The Feast of Herod by Donatello, works by Bernini and the young Michelangelo, Piccolomini Library with frescoes by Pinturicchio
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Duomo di Siena
8 Piazza del Duomo
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One of the most fascinating façade in all of Italy, be sure to visit the interior with its stunning mosaic floor, The Feast of Herod by Donatello, works by Bernini and the young Michelangelo, Piccolomini Library with frescoes by Pinturicchio
Here you can find Maestà di Duccio. Entry to the Panorama del Facciatone is included in the entry ticket.
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Museo dell'Opera del Duomo
8 Piazza del Duomo
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Here you can find Maestà di Duccio. Entry to the Panorama del Facciatone is included in the entry ticket.
The Siena Academy of Sciences, known as Accademia dei Fisiocritici, is one of the oldest scientific institutions in Italy. In the eighteenth century it had enormous prestige in cultural circles all over Europe, and major intellectuals of the time among its members. Founded for the purpose of studying the truth of natural phenomena, more than three centuries later it continues its mission of scientific communication through museum teaching, publication of journals, and activities and events open to the public. Today the Accademia is a true cultural space, hosting and organising concerts, theatre, art exhibitions, children’s animation and many other initiatives.
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Accademy of Fisiocritics
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The Siena Academy of Sciences, known as Accademia dei Fisiocritici, is one of the oldest scientific institutions in Italy. In the eighteenth century it had enormous prestige in cultural circles all over Europe, and major intellectuals of the time among its members. Founded for the purpose of studying the truth of natural phenomena, more than three centuries later it continues its mission of scientific communication through museum teaching, publication of journals, and activities and events open to the public. Today the Accademia is a true cultural space, hosting and organising concerts, theatre, art exhibitions, children’s animation and many other initiatives.
Built as a hospice for pilgrims travelling the Via Francigena, this huge complex opposite the Duomo dates from the 13th century. Its highlight is the upstairs Pellegrinaio (Pilgrim's Hall), featuring vivid 15th-century frescoes by Lorenzo di Pietro (aka Vecchietta), Priamo della Quercia and Domenico di Bartolo. All laud the good works of the hospital and its patrons; the most evocative is di Bartolo's Il governo degli infermi (Caring for the Sick; 1440–41), which depicts many activities that occurred here.
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Santa Maria della Scala
1 Piazza del Duomo
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Built as a hospice for pilgrims travelling the Via Francigena, this huge complex opposite the Duomo dates from the 13th century. Its highlight is the upstairs Pellegrinaio (Pilgrim's Hall), featuring vivid 15th-century frescoes by Lorenzo di Pietro (aka Vecchietta), Priamo della Quercia and Domenico di Bartolo. All laud the good works of the hospital and its patrons; the most evocative is di Bartolo's Il governo degli infermi (Caring for the Sick; 1440–41), which depicts many activities that occurred here.
St Catherine was welcomed into the Dominican fold within this huge and austere 13th-century basilica. Inside, the Cappella di Santa Caterina (halfway down the wall to the right of the altar) contains frescoes by Il Sodoma and Andrea Vanni depicting events in the saint's life. Also here are 15th-century reliquaries containing Catherine's head and one of her fingers, as well as a nasty-looking chain that she is said to have flagellated herself with.
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Basilica Cateriniana San Domenico
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St Catherine was welcomed into the Dominican fold within this huge and austere 13th-century basilica. Inside, the Cappella di Santa Caterina (halfway down the wall to the right of the altar) contains frescoes by Il Sodoma and Andrea Vanni depicting events in the saint's life. Also here are 15th-century reliquaries containing Catherine's head and one of her fingers, as well as a nasty-looking chain that she is said to have flagellated herself with.
Santa Maria in Provenzano, or the Insigne Collegiata di Santa Maria in Provenzano, is a late-Renaissance-Baroque style, Roman Catholic, collegiate church in Piazza Provenzano Salvani, in the Terza Camollia, just southwest of the basilica of San Francesco, in the city of Siena, region of Tuscany, Italy. This Marian shrine was built around a 14th-century terracotta icon of the Madonna, which was credited with miracles. The Palio of Siena takes place on the day of veneration of this Marian devotion.
Insigne Collegiata di Santa Maria in Provenzano
Santa Maria in Provenzano, or the Insigne Collegiata di Santa Maria in Provenzano, is a late-Renaissance-Baroque style, Roman Catholic, collegiate church in Piazza Provenzano Salvani, in the Terza Camollia, just southwest of the basilica of San Francesco, in the city of Siena, region of Tuscany, Italy. This Marian shrine was built around a 14th-century terracotta icon of the Madonna, which was credited with miracles. The Palio of Siena takes place on the day of veneration of this Marian devotion.
The Baptistry is lined with 15th-century frescoes and centres around a hexagonal marble font by Jacopo della Quercia, decorated with bronze panels depicting the life of St John the Baptist by artists including Lorenzo Ghiberti (Baptism of Christ; St John in Prison) and Donatello (The Head of John the Baptist Being Presented to Herod).
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Baptistery of St John
. Piazza San Giovanni
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The Baptistry is lined with 15th-century frescoes and centres around a hexagonal marble font by Jacopo della Quercia, decorated with bronze panels depicting the life of St John the Baptist by artists including Lorenzo Ghiberti (Baptism of Christ; St John in Prison) and Donatello (The Head of John the Baptist Being Presented to Herod).
Built to demonstrate the enormous wealth, proud independence and secular nature of Siena, this 14th-century Gothic masterpiece is the visual focal point of the Campo, itself the true heart of the city. Architecturally clever (notice how its concave facade mirrors the opposing convex curve) it has always housed the city's administration and been used as a cultural venue. Its distinctive bell tower, the Torre del Mangia, provides magnificent views to those who brave the steep climb to the top.
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Pubblico Palace
1 Piazza del Campo
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Built to demonstrate the enormous wealth, proud independence and secular nature of Siena, this 14th-century Gothic masterpiece is the visual focal point of the Campo, itself the true heart of the city. Architecturally clever (notice how its concave facade mirrors the opposing convex curve) it has always housed the city's administration and been used as a cultural venue. Its distinctive bell tower, the Torre del Mangia, provides magnificent views to those who brave the steep climb to the top.
An extraordinary collection of Gothic masterpieces from the Sienese school sits inside the 14th-century Palazzo Buonsignori
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Pinacoteca Nazionale di Siena
29 Via S. Pietro
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An extraordinary collection of Gothic masterpieces from the Sienese school sits inside the 14th-century Palazzo Buonsignori
Museo Archeologico Nazionale
2 Piazza del Duomo
Palazzo Piccolomini, Siena
Built by order of Cosimo de' Medici in 1563, this fortified brick castle was decommissioned as a military barracks in the late-18th century and converted into a public park. It's now a popular leisure facility where locals come to relax in the garden, jog around the perimeter or meet friends for an aperitivo at Enoteca Italiana in the dungeons. There are panoramic city views from the ramparts and bastions.
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Fortezza Medicea
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Built by order of Cosimo de' Medici in 1563, this fortified brick castle was decommissioned as a military barracks in the late-18th century and converted into a public park. It's now a popular leisure facility where locals come to relax in the garden, jog around the perimeter or meet friends for an aperitivo at Enoteca Italiana in the dungeons. There are panoramic city views from the ramparts and bastions.
Splendid frescoes by Pinturicchio
Piccolomini Library
Splendid frescoes by Pinturicchio
Siena synagogue
14 Vicolo delle Scotte
You should go at sunset to enjoy a stunning view of Siena
Basilica dei Servi
You should go at sunset to enjoy a stunning view of Siena
Porta Tufi
Porta Romana
Porta dei Pìspini, Siena
Ovile Gate
1 Via Simone Martini
Porta Camollia
ancient fountain
Fonte Nuova D'Ovile
27 Via Pian D'Ovile
ancient fountain
Ancient fountain
Fonte di Follonica
Ancient fountain
Medieval fountain built in its current form in 1246 and remaining in place as itself, not a replica
Fontebranda, Siena
95 Via Fontebranda
Medieval fountain built in its current form in 1246 and remaining in place as itself, not a replica
The fountain sculpted in 1419 by the great Sienese sculptor, Jacopo della Quercia, is a focal point of the piazza. The remains of the original sculptures can be viewed in Santa Maria della Scala museum
Gaia Fountain
21 Piazza Il Campo
The fountain sculpted in 1419 by the great Sienese sculptor, Jacopo della Quercia, is a focal point of the piazza. The remains of the original sculptures can be viewed in Santa Maria della Scala museum
ancient fountain
Fonte del Casato
6 Vicolo Fonte
ancient fountain
Two huge frescoes: Ambrogio Lorenzetti's Allegories of Good and Bad Government (c 1338–40) and Simone Martini's celebrated Maestà (Virgin Mary in Majesty; 1315).
Museo Civico
1 Il Campo
Two huge frescoes: Ambrogio Lorenzetti's Allegories of Good and Bad Government (c 1338–40) and Simone Martini's celebrated Maestà (Virgin Mary in Majesty; 1315).
St Catherine once lived here with her parents and 24 siblings (locals joke her mother must have been a saint too). Now a pilgrimage site overseen by nuns of the Benedictine order, the home's original kitchen and sleeping area were frescoed and converted into chapels in the 15th century. The larger Chiesa del Crocifisso (closed between 12.30pm and 3pm) was added in the 17th century. The downstairs Orotorio della Camera includes the saint's untouched, nearly bare cell.
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Santuario di Santa Caterina
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St Catherine once lived here with her parents and 24 siblings (locals joke her mother must have been a saint too). Now a pilgrimage site overseen by nuns of the Benedictine order, the home's original kitchen and sleeping area were frescoed and converted into chapels in the 15th century. The larger Chiesa del Crocifisso (closed between 12.30pm and 3pm) was added in the 17th century. The downstairs Orotorio della Camera includes the saint's untouched, nearly bare cell.
Serenely beautiful, this Romanesque church was built in the 10th century and used by the Knights Templar in the 12th century. It then passed to the Knights of Malta after the Templar order was dissolved. The current facade dates from the 13th century. The dimly lit interior is austere, with a 15th-century crucifix being one of the few adornments. To the church's immediate south are hospice buildings where pilgrims on the Via Francigena once rested.
San Pietro Alla Magione
Serenely beautiful, this Romanesque church was built in the 10th century and used by the Knights Templar in the 12th century. It then passed to the Knights of Malta after the Templar order was dissolved. The current facade dates from the 13th century. The dimly lit interior is austere, with a 15th-century crucifix being one of the few adornments. To the church's immediate south are hospice buildings where pilgrims on the Via Francigena once rested.
This three-aisled 15th-century church was built on the site of Porta Fontegiusta, one of the original gates in the city walls, to thank the Virgin Mary for the Sienese victory over the Florentines in the Battle of Poggio Imperiale (1479). Inside, to the right of the altar, is Francesco Vanni's painting The Blessed Ambrogio Sansedoni Asking the Virgin for Protection of Siena (1590).
Santa Maria in Portico a Fontegiusta, Siena
This three-aisled 15th-century church was built on the site of Porta Fontegiusta, one of the original gates in the city walls, to thank the Virgin Mary for the Sienese victory over the Florentines in the Battle of Poggio Imperiale (1479). Inside, to the right of the altar, is Francesco Vanni's painting The Blessed Ambrogio Sansedoni Asking the Virgin for Protection of Siena (1590).
The baroque facade of this church dates from 1613, but the church itself is much older, having been constructed in the 12th century. Inside are works by Guido Reni and Domenico Beccafumi. Adjacent to the church is the Renaissance-style Logge del Papa.
San Martino
The baroque facade of this church dates from 1613, but the church itself is much older, having been constructed in the 12th century. Inside are works by Guido Reni and Domenico Beccafumi. Adjacent to the church is the Renaissance-style Logge del Papa.
This handsome Renaissance style structure next to the Chiesa di San Martino was commissioned by Pope Pius II (Enea Silvio Piccolomini) and built in 1462.
Loggia del Papa, Siena
This handsome Renaissance style structure next to the Chiesa di San Martino was commissioned by Pope Pius II (Enea Silvio Piccolomini) and built in 1462.
Built between 1417 and 1428, this arched loggia with its distinctive sculptures is located on the Croce del Travaglio, from which the three main roads of Siena's historic centre start: Via di Città, Via Banchi di Sopra and Via Banchi di Sotto.
Loggia della mercanzia
3 Via di Città
Built between 1417 and 1428, this arched loggia with its distinctive sculptures is located on the Croce del Travaglio, from which the three main roads of Siena's historic centre start: Via di Città, Via Banchi di Sopra and Via Banchi di Sotto.
Nestled in the shadow of the huge Gothic church of San Francesco, this 15th-century oratory is dedicated to St Bernardino and decorated with Mannerist frescoes by Il Sodoma, Domenico (di Pace) Beccafumi and Girolamo del Pacchia. Upstairs, the small Museo Diocesano di Arte Sacra has some lovely paintings, including Madonna del Latte (Nursing Madonna; c 1340) by Ambrogio Lorenzetti.
Oratory of San Bernardino
7 Piazza S. Francesco
Nestled in the shadow of the huge Gothic church of San Francesco, this 15th-century oratory is dedicated to St Bernardino and decorated with Mannerist frescoes by Il Sodoma, Domenico (di Pace) Beccafumi and Girolamo del Pacchia. Upstairs, the small Museo Diocesano di Arte Sacra has some lovely paintings, including Madonna del Latte (Nursing Madonna; c 1340) by Ambrogio Lorenzetti.
Housed in the Renaissance-era Palazzo Piccolomini, Siena's state archives aren't a usual stop on the standard tourist itinerary, but provide ample reward for those who choose to visit. The small on-site museum takes its name from the pride of the archive's collection: 103 small late-13th-century painted and gilded wooden panels known as the 'Tavolette di Biccherna'. Created as covers for the municipal accounts books, the tavolette were painted by Sienese artists including Ambogio Lorenzetti and Taddeo di Bartolo.
Museo delle Tavolette di Biccherna
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Housed in the Renaissance-era Palazzo Piccolomini, Siena's state archives aren't a usual stop on the standard tourist itinerary, but provide ample reward for those who choose to visit. The small on-site museum takes its name from the pride of the archive's collection: 103 small late-13th-century painted and gilded wooden panels known as the 'Tavolette di Biccherna'. Created as covers for the municipal accounts books, the tavolette were painted by Sienese artists including Ambogio Lorenzetti and Taddeo di Bartolo.
The Museum of Natural History is one of the oldest and most important scientific museums in Tuscany. The building, previously a Camaldolese monastery, houses two centuries of acquisitions and donations. Collections of natural and historical specimens, period instruments and curiosities are displayed in nineteenth century style. The Museum is organised in four main sections and occupies the two floors of the building surrounding the central court, a large basement and an upper floor with attic. A specimen that has become the emblem of the Museum, the skeleton of a 15-metre fin whale, is on show in the courtyard.
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Accademy of Fisiocritics
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The Museum of Natural History is one of the oldest and most important scientific museums in Tuscany. The building, previously a Camaldolese monastery, houses two centuries of acquisitions and donations. Collections of natural and historical specimens, period instruments and curiosities are displayed in nineteenth century style. The Museum is organised in four main sections and occupies the two floors of the building surrounding the central court, a large basement and an upper floor with attic. A specimen that has become the emblem of the Museum, the skeleton of a 15-metre fin whale, is on show in the courtyard.
Park and nature
Orto Dei Tolomei
4A Via Mattioli Pier Andrea
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Orto dei pecci
39 Via Porta Giustizia
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Operated by a social cooperative that gives support and employment to people with disabilities or dependency problems, this urban oasis is home to a small vineyard with clones of medieval vines, a cooperative organic farm that supplies the on-site restaurant with fruit and vegetables, plenty of animals (geese, goats, ducks and donkeys) and a scattering of site-specific contemporary artworks.
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Ristorante/pizzeria All'Orto de' Pecci
39 Via Porta Giustizia
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Operated by a social cooperative that gives support and employment to people with disabilities or dependency problems, this urban oasis is home to a small vineyard with clones of medieval vines, a cooperative organic farm that supplies the on-site restaurant with fruit and vegetables, plenty of animals (geese, goats, ducks and donkeys) and a scattering of site-specific contemporary artworks.
Built by order of Cosimo de' Medici in 1563, this fortified brick castle was decommissioned as a military barracks in the late-18th century and converted into a public park. It's now a popular leisure facility where locals come to relax in the garden, jog around the perimeter or meet friends for an aperitivo at Enoteca Italiana in the dungeons. There are panoramic city views from the ramparts and bastions.
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Fortezza Medicea
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Built by order of Cosimo de' Medici in 1563, this fortified brick castle was decommissioned as a military barracks in the late-18th century and converted into a public park. It's now a popular leisure facility where locals come to relax in the garden, jog around the perimeter or meet friends for an aperitivo at Enoteca Italiana in the dungeons. There are panoramic city views from the ramparts and bastions.
The tranquil terraces of this botanical garden, which is spread over 2.5 hectares of the verdant Sant'Agostino Valley, provide a welcome escape from the tourist crowds and gorgeous views across the valley. Owned by the University of Siena, which operates a scientific field here, it features hothouses filled with tropical and subtropical species, a genus terrace, fruit trees and gardens planted with aromatic, medicinal and food plants. In total, over 1000 species are found here. Native and endangered species are also represented.
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Botanical Garden of the University of Siena
4 Via Pier Andrea Mattioli
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The tranquil terraces of this botanical garden, which is spread over 2.5 hectares of the verdant Sant'Agostino Valley, provide a welcome escape from the tourist crowds and gorgeous views across the valley. Owned by the University of Siena, which operates a scientific field here, it features hothouses filled with tropical and subtropical species, a genus terrace, fruit trees and gardens planted with aromatic, medicinal and food plants. In total, over 1000 species are found here. Native and endangered species are also represented.
Getting around
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Siena - Ferrovia
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Bus station
Piazza Gramsci
Bus station
Taxi station
Piazza Indipendenza
Taxi station
car rental
Hertz Noleggio Auto
car rental
car rental
Avis Autonoleggio Italia
36 Via Simone Martini
car rental
car rental
Europcar
23/25 Viale Europa
car rental
Parking
Close to the apt thanks to the escalator.
Parking Santa Caterina
Close to the apt thanks to the escalator.
900 mt walk from the apt
Siena Parcheggi - Parcheggio Il Duomo
5 Via del Nuovo Asilo
900 mt walk from the apt
Free parking but it's not easy to find a free spot.
Parcheggio Pubblico Gratuito Il Campino
1 Piazza della Libertà
Free parking but it's not easy to find a free spot.