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Piazza del Campo

Piazza del Campo, 53100, Siena, Italy
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Siena's main square is the site of the famous Palio horse races that take place in July and August.
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“people watching” (208 reviews)
“horse race” (287 reviews)
Piazza del Campo, 53100, Siena, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday

this Piazza is a must see when you visit Siena, You've seen it in a hundred movies and more, and it's even better in person. Don't miss it,

Thank businesstraveler44
Reviewed yesterday

Another piazza to sit in with an Aperol Spritz watching the world go by. Not the most exciting piazza I have seen in Italy but still good view and you can people watch

Thank apedin2015
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The absolute best place for people watching! Plenty of dining and gelato options, shopping, and amazing history. We hope to come back to see the horse races some day.

Thank AHBaywalker
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A wonderful place to get the feel of Sienna a place to gather and sips drink watching the world go by

Thank Diana H
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Campo in Siena is one of the finest in all of Italy. It's clam shell design lends for a great afternoon to just sit and enjoy the Campo while the world walks by. The beautiful Siena color of the buildings and the wonderful shops...More

Thank Orangecar
Reviewed 2 days ago

Siena is truly beautiful, and this "square" is stunning - a good place to sit and watch all the other people sitting and watching. Would love to see the horse racing one day. A very special place.

Thank MJMCD67
Reviewed 2 days ago

The plaza is the heart of the Siena ful of activity, great to have an aperitivo or dinner in. Wish we could have been there for the horse races!

Thank Magellan24
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

There is no going to Siena and not visiting this place. It's so nice to just sit down and contemplate the old buildings around, have a drink in one of the bars and just chill.

Thank JuSecchi
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Not much I can really add. The Piazza is truly inspiring. Stayed close by and went past in early morning, afternoon and had evening dinner here. Enjoyed immensely. Restaurant we had dinner at (which I can't remember name) was pretty busy and pretty good. And...More

Thank Nick P
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Amazing piazza, huge in size. There are tons of restaurants and cafe located in surrounding, definitely a great place to hang out during sunny days.

Thank Elaine L
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15 April 2017|
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Response from Rosemary Z | Reviewed this property |
The nearest airport to Sienna is Florence Italy. The drive from Florence to Sienna is about one hour and a half. If you are driving straight from the airport to Sienna, you do not even have to go into the city of Florence... More
Lara D
23 March 2016|
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Response from John L |
Yes, parking within the ancient city walls can be quite difficult, though you can park outside the walls and walk in. As with most ancient sites, the central city is pretty small and walkable, so you don't need a car. If... More