Albergo La Perla is located in a strategic position in the center of Siena, a city on a human scale in the heart of Tuscany. A few steps from Piazza del Campo and the Duomo of Siena, from the hotel you can cross the characteristic alleyways and districts of the historic center to discover the artistic beauties, towers, artisan shops and palaces.
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Medieval city par excellence is known not only as a city of art but also to revive the ancient tradition of the most famous horse race: the Palio.
Divided still today in third party (of City, of Camollia and of San Martino) the city maintains unchanged the atmosphere of the past also thanks to the closing to the car traffic that allows inhabitants and tourists to walk for the center and to discover routes from the unique charm.
In addition to the use of public transport you can park a few meters from the walls and from here reach the center using the escalators located in different parts of the city. Within the city walls you can walk through its intriguing alleys and admire the artistic and architectural beauties.
Siena is one of the most beautiful cities of art in Italy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known throughout the world for the Palio. The horse race is run twice a year. On July 2 and August 16 in Siena time stops and the ancient pride of the Sienese municipality is manifested in all its fascinating uniqueness. But the magic of the city is alive throughout the year thanks to initiatives and recreational, cultural and artistic activities promoted and supported by the Contrade, the ancient districts of the city that still aggregate and unite its inhabitants.
The lunar landscape south of Siena is characterized by the Crete Senesi and made even more enchanting by the view of castles and abbeys. Among the recommended places: Val d’Orcia, Pienza and Montalcino, renowned for the fine Brunello wine and for the delicious local products.
The green hills to the north of the city are famous for Chianti, one of the most appreciated and known wines in the world.
A few minutes by car there is also the characteristic village of Monteriggioni and continuing San Gimignano, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Etruscan city of Volterra.
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