Breath taking history and visible impact. Take your time to be there at sunset and see how spectacular they look when the evening sun drops and bathes them in its light.
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Loved this town of about 15 towers 25 minutes from Sienna. We found a wonderful bakery right outside the north entrance of the walled city. Pastries and sandwitches were scrumptious and extremely low prices! Never found anything else like it in Tuscany. Walking among the...More
Everything you'd expect really - lots of steps and a great reward when you get to the top: panoramic views around one of the prettiest towns in all of Tuscany. Highly recommended. They could do with a separate up and down ladder before the very...More
Many steps, but after taking them, you will be awarded by unsurpassing views of both tower tops and the overall lovely Tuscan countryside. Beautiful and exhilarating experience!
Went primarily because my son's interest in Assassin's Creed. Loved the gift shop, museum and of course bust of Dante. Did not climb to the very top, the others did and the views were spectacular.
This is worth the 9 euro admission to climb the stairs and ladder to the top. The views of the Tuscan landscape is breathtaking. The whole region is incredible with the vineyards and gentle rolling hills. There are a lot of steps with a ladder...More
Climbing San Gimignano's bell tower is like climbing to the roof of Tuscany. It takes some efforts to get there, but the tower ofers a unique and superb view over the rolling Tuscan landscape and hills. This is definitely worth doing, particularly with kids (if...More
Quite a unique place to visit. This was part of tour to other locations that I wanted to visit... but I enjoyed the climb up to the bell tower and the views of the surrounding area