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We were there during the lead-up to the Paleo race to commemorate the end of WW1. You definitely need a map of the streets that seem to go in any & every direction. Lots of interesting shops & restaurants ...and some located in the quieter...More
We have been to Italy many times and visited, among other cities, Venice, Verona, Florence, Rome and Palermo. Siena has long been on our list of places we must add to the list and it easily take its place among those other jewels. There is...More
Not only you can admire old culture, you can watch people, you can watch tourists and you can do some expensive shopping. In Siena you have to wander around. Siena is worth a visit, but so a lot of tourists are thinking.
This is a stunningly beautiful town and not very crowded if you get here early in the day or mid evening. The amount of Medieval architecture is overwhelming and you find yourself getting lost in the history of this lovely place. One of the nicer...More
Siena is one of the most visited towns of Tuscany, with the famous Piazza del Campo, Duomo, Torre del Mangia and medieval museums that hold many important art works and historical artefacts. It is a lovely and picturesque city, perfect for pedestrians, easy to walk...More
We took a tour of Siena and was taken thru this delightful area. Had we been able to stay later, I would have liked to wander thru this unique area of small streets to explore but we only had a half a day. Despite some...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.