Hostels in Siena

9 Hostels in Siena, Italy
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Casa di Osio
Bed and Breakfast- 1.77km from city centre
Completely renewed and restored , it is located in a palace built in the 18th century, in the initial part of the main street of the city, Via Montanini.
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Piccolo Hotel Etruria
Hotel- 1.47km from city centre
The closest Hotel in Siena to the word's famous Campo Square, an incoming accomodation for your lodging
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Fonte dei Tufi
Bed and Breakfast- 2.5km from city centre
B&B Fonte dei Tufi offers you amazing landscapes away from the usual traffic, come and relax!
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Casa di Osio - Porta Romana
Bed and Breakfast- 0.96km from city centre
Casa di Osio Porta Romana is a bright and spacious property that have been newly restored on the second floor
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Hotel Vico Alto
Hotel- 3.87km from city centre
Hotel Vico Alto Siena is perched on a tranquil hill, aptly named for its elevated position that grants magnificent views of the stunning city of Siena.
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Villa Fiorita
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Bed and Breakfast- 2.87km from city centre
Villa Fiorita is an ancient residence in liberty Style, built between 1912 and 1916.
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Albergo Tre Donzelle
Hotel- 1.47km from city centre
Albergo Tre Donzelleoffers friendly and young multilanguage staff, free wifi in common areas, nice decorated living rooms and open spaces.
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B&B Palazzo Bulguarini
Bed and Breakfast- 1.19km from city centre
B&B Palazzo Bulguarini is located in an historic building where the original frescoes are still decorating the ceilings.
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Fullino Nero Rooms and Apartments
Hotel- 5.99km from city centre
The ?Fullino Nero? serviced apartment complex is nestled between olive trees and cypress-covered hills and the ample green area of Monte Maggio and Montagnola Senese.3km from Siena
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About Siena

Siena might be compact, but it's definitely got more than its fair share of art, history and – most importantly – places to people-watch over a big plate of local food. A top destination for culture vultures, Siena is famous for its thrilling bareback horse race (the Palio di Siena) and UNESCO listed city centre. The heart of the city is its central square, Piazza del Campo, which fans out towards the 17 historic neighbourhoods.

Hostels in Siena feature lots of classic bed and breakfasts as well as small historic hotels. You can stay in an 18th-century neoclassical palazzo, a traditionally decorated Tuscan villa or try a Siena hostel in a 15th-century fortress in the surrounding countryside. Some hostels have a café and an outdoor terrace, and put on a budget-saving free breakfast. Most have free Wi-Fi, and you can also find free bicycle hire. Outside the city, Siena hostels have swimming pools and on-site bars, as well as views of the rolling hills.

Siena is small and easy to walk around, and all its little neighbourhoods have plenty of historic character. The most central areas are Torre, Aquila and Onda, which border the main square. You'll find the city's top shopping street, Via Banchi di Sopra, in Civetta. For a really local experience, head out to visit the outskirts with views of the country. It's just a short bus trip from Siena. 

Siena's got a bunch of top spots to visit. Photo-worthy Palazzo Pubblico (town hall), dates back to the 13th century – and it's just as impressive from up high. The nearby Tower of Mangia is worth a climb for panoramic views, which take in the orange rooftops of the medieval old town. Art lover? Don't miss the Duomo di Siena cathedral, where you'll find masterpieces by Pisano, Donatello and Michelangelo. When the sightseeing is done, join the locals for a glass of Chianti in one of the late night cafés on Piazza del Campo.

Florence is the nearest airport to Siena, although Pisa is a close second. You can get direct trains to Siena from both airports – it takes just over two hours from Pisa, and an hour and 40 minutes from Florence. Trains to Siena are also available from most Italian cities, which is handy if you're doing a tour of the country. The train station is 2km away from the city centre. It's an easy bus ride into town, taking less than 15 minutes.


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