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Spa near Siena: Siena’s main thermal resorts

There are many and very good thermal resorts near Siena. The list of the main thermal resorts includes well-known tourist destinations such as Chianciano and Montepulciano, amazing destinations in Val d’Orcia such as Bagno Vignoni, Bagni San Filippo and San Casciano dei Bagni, the pleasant Rapolano Terme in the striking setting of the Crete Senesi, and the Terme di Petriolo, right on the border with the vast province of Grosseto.

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Terre di Siena Ultramarathon 2019

Terre di Siena Ultra Marathon 2019 awaits you Sunday February 24th. The fifth edition of this sports event gives you the opportunity to participate in 4 different routes for distance, altitude and difficulty. All the various itineraries feature landscapes of rare beauty and end in Piazza del Campo in Siena.

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Siena Inns: the hotel group offering many options for your holiday in Siena

In the early sixties, the far-sighted Umberto Stasi opened one of the first hotels in Siena: the Hotel Italia. The Hotel Garden, Villa Agostoli and Relais degli Angeli were then further added over time. Nowadays, the four hotels make up the Siena Inns group: a leader in hospitality in Siena. Luisa Stasi, Umberto’s daughter, can tell us more about them.

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New Year 2019 in Siena

If you like to celebrate the turn of the year in company, you may already be thinking about a good destination for next New Year: possibly a place that’s not too far away, and which offers style, history, art, relaxation and above all lots of fun. You’ll find all this and much more in the lovely city of Siena: New Year in Siena is a real party!

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Visit Siena through its ancient gates

Siena owes much of its charm to its medieval fortifications, still very well preserved. The only access to Siena is through its gates, inextricably linked to the history and legends of the city. The most heavily fortified way through the walls is Porta Camollia, located in the northern part of ​​Siena, close to the Hotel Italia.

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