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The tower, more than 290 feet high, was constructed in 1325 by Minuccio and Francesco di Rinaldo, and has the Chapel of the Piazza at its base..
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Piazza del Campo 1, 53100, Siena, Italy
+39 0577 292342
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Climb up the tower and see the city of Siena and rolling hills of Tuscany. Probably wouldn’t bring a toddler up and the stairs are steep.

Thank Jane M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great views from the top! You only get 30 minutes, but that's more than you need. Go early to make sure you get a slot. Make sure you leave your bags behind so you don't have to store them on the way up. That way...More

Thank icgardener
Reviewed 1 week ago

Climbed on the Sunday afternoon when the draw is made to see which areas of the city can have the last three places in the next Palio. Great to see the drums and flag waving through the streets from above. Amazing views of the Tuscan...More

Thank tykus1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The views are those that you see on all the travel shows and brochures but think they have been photo shopped or shot to show only the best outlooks. But no these are magnificent providing the iconic Tuscany scenery and terra cotta of Siena. This...More

1  Thank TAR100
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The clock tower, attached to the Palazzo Publico, is the dominant feature of the Piazza del Campo. The ornate upper parts of the tower are stone in contrast to the rest of the tower which is constructed with brick.

Thank Paul B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The tower opens at 10am and you can get a ticket for the tower only or combined with the museum. We opted just to climb the tower. Buy your ticket in the booth in the small courtyard and then cross to the entrance ( inside...More

Thank Taxidevil
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Amazing thing to see and astonishing the view of Siena from the top of the tower! Wonderful, would definetly come back again.

Thank Giun K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Before you spend all your euros on a ticket. There are 400 narrow stairs before you get the the views at the top. Magnificent structure, over 100 metres tall. I think it was 10euros or 20 euros for the tower, museum and palace. Worth a...More

1  Thank leanneandtony
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It is a nice experience mixed with exercise. The views from the tower are very nice. It is not good for people who suffer from vertigo or claustrophobia. There is one section of the stairs that is a very tight space but worth the climb.

Thank FPAdventurer
Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile

If you can climb, then don’t miss this opportunity to see the best view of Siena and the surrounding countryside that you can get. Yes it is narrow and the stairs are many, but the view is worth the climb - and you will definitely...More

2  Thank StanandAgnes
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30 June 2016|
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Yes, you can bring your camera! I was a little anxious when I heard I had to leave behind my bag. But there are guarded lockers for your bags for free. Having climbed the tower, I have to say I'm glad I didn't have my bag... More
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Response from Cargi1208 | Reviewed this property |
For me, this was the best view from a height perspective... and the view over the Siena rooftops as well as the Campo was worth it. You can also climb up one of the cathedrals but the bell tower is far higher and I think... More