Siena, nestled in Tuscany, is a city frozen in medieval times. The UNESCO-listed historic center features the Piazza del Campo, site of the famous Palio horse race.

The Siena Cathedral, with its stunning Gothic architecture, along with the Pinacoteca Nazionale, showcases the city’s rich artistic heritage. Sienese cuisine, including specialties like pici and panforte, reflects the region’s culinary traditions.

The city’s vibrant cultural life is highlighted by events like the Palio di Siena and the Siena Jazz Festival. Beyond its medieval walls, the Chianti region beckons with its picturesque landscapes and fine wines.

A walking tour is the best way to absorb Siena’s timeless charm, with spring and autumn being ideal times to visit.


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