Siena is a Province of the Region of . There are many charming places to visit in the Province of Siena. If you have limited time, the city of is the highlight, and you can easily take 3-5 days to see all the sights there if you so desire.

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is a Medieval city in , some 70 km south of .

is a pretty medieval walled city in , , famous for its historic centre with beautiful towers and great art.


Val d’Orcia is a region in , . The Val d’Orcia is characterised by gentle, carefully-cultivated hills occasionally broken by gullies and by picturesque towns and villages such as , and .

is a city in famous for its wines, especially the classic red wine Vino Nobile di .

The Crete senese is an arid, semi-desert region in .

is a city in known for its therapeutic springs that have been healing Romans since ancient times.

in Chianti is a small town in the zone of .

San Casciano is a city in and is a municipality in the province of Siena, whose birth and development are undoubtedly linked to the presence of the hot springs.

is a hilltop village in the province of Siena in , .

is a city in , . Take the main A1 motorway and exit at Arezzo.

is a medieval city in Siena in . Originally inhabited by Etruscans and Romans, developed on a hillside around a fortress, which is still privately owned today.

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English: Province of Siena, French: Province de Sienne, French: Sienne, German: Provinz Siena, Italian: Provincia di Siena, Italian: Siena, Portuguese: Siena, Spanish: Provincia de Siena
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