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29 Mar. - 30 Mar.
amazing space overlooking the campo... downside is that their is no noise reduction possible in such an apartment and the bell tower rings every hour all night long. Still an incredible experience just don't expect to sleep well - but you can do that at home!
23 Apr. - 24 Apr.
Wonderful family run property. Only four rooms in a gorgeous large Tuscan apartment. Elena was a wonderful host (Mom cooks). Great tips on restaurants and touring
7 Apr. - 8 Apr.
The property is absolutely stunning. It is like you are stepping right into a fairy tale. The staff was super friendly and welcoming. The restaurant at the hotel was one of the best meals I had in Italy. They also have full kitchens if you want to make your own meals, which we did one night. They ...
29 Mar. - 30 Mar.
Nice property, ideally located. Friendly staff too and nice city
7 Apr. - 8 Apr.
overall all was great. It deserves to be a four star
27 Apr. - 28 Apr.
Clean & Quiet with good room facilities. Nice to be surrounded by nature in camping frounda.
17 Apr. - 18 Apr.
Elegant accommodations close to the Duomo and Campo. Beautiful view from private balcony. Very quiet and walkable to several stores and restaurants
Lovely apartment and amenities! They also have a heated pool which can be used in the evenings.
26 Apr. - 27 Apr.
Over holidays, we wanted to stay at an Agritorismo but couldn't find accommodation. This apartment came up on Expedia at a reasonable price near San Gimignano and we reserved it for a six night stay. The apartment itself was spacious and the kitchen was great for preparing our own meals. It was an ...
Ready for a taste of Italian cuisine and a good old-fashioned history lesson? Then set your sights on Siena. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Siena is steeped in history, but it also serves up some of the finest bruschetta you’ll ever sample. This enchanting Tuscan town’s medieval buildings give it a fairytale feel you won’t find in more modern cities. But just because you’re a visitor to this faraway place doesn’t mean you have to act like one. Instead of booking a generic hotel, rent one of our short-term apartment rentals in Siena and vacation like a local.
With your own Italian casa, you’ll instantly fit in. Stock up your fridge with some fresh cheese, salami, and Tuscan wine before venturing outside to explore the local sights. You won’t be able to deny the lure of Piazza del Campo, one of Europe’s most famous medieval squares. After walking around the city center and gazing at the Fonte Gaia, make your way to the Public Palace of Siena and then climb all 400 steps up the Mangia Tower. Visit the Siena Cathedral and the gardens at Villa Cetinale, sampling pasta, truffles, and panforte along the way. While it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the countless attractions tucked between the historical buildings, take a deep breath: You’ve booked one of the best Siena vacation rentals, and time is on your side. When your feet start to tire, simply head back to your rental space and squeeze in a catnap or brew up some coffee to fuel up for round two.
When you book your own rental house or apartment, you can come and go as you please, just like you would at your own home. Allow us here at Expedia to find vacation rentals in Siena that will have you saying “grazie” over and over again. Simply sort through the selection, connect with the property manager, and get your Italian getaway rolling.
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