Everybody who comes to Siena visits the Campo, and it sometimes looks like all at once. Once Roman, it appears once a theater. On the arc looking down the gentle slopes to the bottom are endless restaurants and a few tourist junk shops. Restaurant prices are about double what they should be. Hundreds of people sit with pleasure on the slopes and relax. It's a good view, but be cautious of the crowds and possible pickpockets.
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