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I had heard about this area/path from a tour guide (during our tour of the town hall) and I decided to check it out on one of my morning walks through/around Siena (we are in Siena for the summer). The path is a great place...More
Far from the tourists, far from the confusion is the Orto de pecci. A very calm place in the fields, and a good place to practice sports and have a walk. It also has some very kind animals and a restaurant. You should try because...More
If you are interested in community gardening, odd animal species and old fruit tree varieties, then this is the place for you. If not, then don't bother. It is quiet, empty and a little run-down but is holds some interesting things. You may need to...More
Wonderful little park with some small gardens, a restaurant and some little garden, where it is great to relax after a day walking in the crowded touristic center. We only met very few people here and it is only just minutes walking from the main...More
This park had been recommended to us by the people we were staying with who obviously thought it was excellent. Not so from my perspective.
Yes there is a vast expanse of green grass - but no picnics are allowed (I think because they let...More
From what we'd read in our guide book we expected to find a nice park with seats to relax in the shade etc. It couldn't have been further from the case. There is a large expanse of grass with numerous notices saying that it is...More
We read of this space and were particularly interested in seeing the medieval gardens so we went prepared with picnic for a long visit.
Lonely planet made no mention of the fact that picnicking is not allowed and the restaurant was not open.
When visiting Siena every family or group of tourists must spend at least a few hours in this lovely green space. Completely tranquil it boasts a range of animals including free-roaming peacocks. It's literally 3 minutes walk from the main square and reserves a look.
Nice and tranquil place to rest your ears and enjoy the magnificent small park with goats, peacocks and a funny metal head which looks like something from the ending of planet of the apes. A very reasonably priced restaurant with fine basic food is there.