One of Tuscany’s pride may be the irresistible Siena. Declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the city center of Siena may not possess a history as rich as its nearest rival, Florence. However, there is a charm in its narrow winding lanes and unique fan-shaped open space of Piazza del Campo that makes Siena trip-worthy for an adventure in Tuscany! Most tourists flock to Siena during the summer for its biannual colorful horse race. Below is my list of “5 Things Not-To-Be-Missed in Siena”:
1. Top of Torre del Mangia
2. Piazza del Campo
3. Museum dell’Opera
How to get there?
Located 250 kilometers away from Rome, the trip from Rome to Siena is best taken by bus. With a similar travelling time of 3 hours between both cities either by bus or train, the latter requires travelers to change at Chiusi and is also a less convenient choice as the train station is about 3 kilometers away from the historic center of Siena. Hence, there are frequent buses travelling from Roma Tiburtina that can take visitors to the center of Siena.