The city is a Unesco World Heritage Site and its beginning dates back to the age-old 900 BC. Every corner of the city was charming, and you do not need a car to get around the city. This is why we parked in a public parking lot just 10 minutes from everything.
Piazza del Campo and the Duomo di Siena (or Siena Cathedral) are the main attractions, and located about five minutes apart, in the middle of the city. For the cathedral, you can buy a ticket to the inside only, or with a tour to the dome, which is worth it.
Almost everything in town is made out of brick: floor, walls, etc. That makes the visuals unique and fantastic. Here are some of the highlights in photos.
We only spent a few hours here, and definitely want to go back, as we really enjoyed the charm of the city.
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