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What our Siena guests say
Beautiful historic building next to the train station and city wall.Clean excellent breakfast welcoming staff ..would highly recommend
Stayed 15—17 Aug 2015 in:
Casa Di Alfredo
The apartment is wonderful. It is very comfortable and had everything we needed for a relaxing holiday. I would highly recommend it.
Stayed 22—26 Jun 2015 in:
Apartment In The Historic Center...
HIGHLY RECOMMEND: The owners were CAING AND WONDERFUL from very first moment we booked property (lots of emails back/forth) all the way to the end when we left.
Stayed 23—30 May 2015 in:
Agriturismo Borgo Rapale Jacopo
We had an excellent stay during Spring in that very nice house located slightly outside of Sienna but with a bus stop in front of the house that will bring you
Stayed 13—16 Apr 2015 in:
Cappuccini Sweet Home Siena
Built into a hillside, Siena is a classical medieval Italian city. A enchanting wave of terracotta spills down the hills and its cobbled, narrow streets and snarled lanes invite you to explore the architectural treasures it proudly displays. Siena´s golden era of the 13th and 14th centuries is still evident with majestic gothic churches and elegantly designed city halls. By simply wandering around the historic centre it will come as no surprise that Siena is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With a handful of fascinating museums visitors can indulge in the culture and history of the city and admire a wealth of artwork that this enchanting city has inspired. Famed for the Palio, the two-day bareback horse racing event held every other year, Siena is no stranger to moments of madness and whilst the peaceful, sleepy days are pleasantly relaxing, the University city spills out students at night and makes for a varied and vibrant nightlife. Tuscany is recognised as one of the most spectacular regions in Italy and renting a private apartment in Siena provides visitors with the perfect base to experience typical Italian living as well as giving you the opportunity to explore other regions in the area where you can indulge in the mouth-watering Italian cuisine and sample world famous wines such as Montalcino and Montepulciano.
When to go to Siena
Siena´s temperate climate is good for visitors almost any time of year. Early spring and autumn sees the most concentrated amounts of rainfall whereas the summer has long, hot days and can be fairly humid. Winter is cool and mostly dry and you shouldn´t need anything more than a thin jumper and a light rain cat just in case.
Getting to and around Siena
The nearest airports to Siena are Florence and Pisa whilst transfers from Rome take around two to three hours by train. If your plan is to rent an apartment in Siena as a base but intend to explore other regions in Tuscany your best option is to rent a car.
Where to stay in Siena
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