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Piazza del Campo

Piazza del Campo, 53100, Siena, Italy
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Siena's main square is the site of the famous Palio horse races that take place in July and August.
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Piazza del Campo, 53100, Siena, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Walk around and through it during the day, then find a place to sit at night with a nice chianti or a local beer and do some people watching. The restaurants along the square are all fine; slightly more expensive, but you're paying for one...More

Thank Michael L
Reviewed 2 days ago

A must see when visiting Tuscany. It is a place full of art, history and definitely a place for architecture lovers. The history is always fascinating. There are also plenty of restaurants and shops to enjoy.

Thank LexleeK
Reviewed 2 days ago

Took family (with teenage and young kids) to Siena, and really enjoyed drinking, eating and walking around this magnificent piazza.

Thank Stephen23456
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

What a square! I believe there are a lot of great places to visit but the Piazza del Campo is definitely one of them, maybe even the greatest of all. The square has a lot of restaurants around! Great atmosphere around.

Thank ronnyjd0509
Reviewed 4 days ago

With the city hall as a main architectural master piece, this square is almost magic - Especially if you think in the old times... It also worth to take the time to visit the city hall from inside. Unique frescos.

Thank Michel W
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This is definitely a must see town in your visit to Tuscany. Is a great hike full of histories, shops and gelaterias.

Thank Alberto L
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Beautiful historic plaza with nice cafes to stop and have a mid morning coffee. Incredible architecture

Thank plee20162016
Reviewed 5 days ago

Unfortunately, we were not in Siena during the palio but....the city is a wonderful place to visit, the Duomo is breathtaking, the small quaint streets run around and down, over to the Cathedral of St. Catherine, we went to the L'escola di Lela cooking school,...More

Thank janepodo
Reviewed 5 days ago

Nice area full up with a lot of history we were here as part of a tour which was nice. Quite a big square with restaurants and souvenirs shops around.

Thank UKtravelerone
Reviewed 6 days ago

Piazza del Campo is a magnificent square, surrounded by palazzos and the city hall. Lots of restaurants and cafés and no too pricy to be located at a tourist magnet.

Thank Magnus R
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Response from Rosemary Z | Reviewed this property |
The nearest airport to Sienna is Florence Italy. The drive from Florence to Sienna is about one hour and a half. If you are driving straight from the airport to Sienna, you do not even have to go into the city of Florence... More
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March 23, 2016|
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Response from John L |
Yes, parking within the ancient city walls can be quite difficult, though you can park outside the walls and walk in. As with most ancient sites, the central city is pretty small and walkable, so you don't need a car. If... More