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Siena is a city situated in Tuscany, Italy. It is classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its medieval cityscape, wealth of museums and art collections. Offering its visitors a variety of things to do throughout the year, Siena is amongst the most visited cities in Italy. There are a variety of Siena hotels available to suit different tastes and budgets. Finding the right one is made easy with Our website features a search facility with the option to filter Siena rentals according to cost, accommodation type and city area. There is also a useful interactive map, which enables you to see at a glance the location of each hotel. Once you have applied your filters, you can use the drop down menu to sort the matching hotels according to guest rating, price, and star rating. To help you make your choice, take a look at the descriptions of each hotel, view the accompanying photographs and read the authentic reviews provided by previous guests. If you're on a tight budget, keep an eye out for special deals to grab yourself a bargain.

What's Siena like?

Siena has a temperate climate with four distinct seasons. The months of July and August tend to be the hottest time of the year when temperatures can reach 32°C. The city is served by trains and buses, and Ampugnano Airport is situated a mere 9km away. Siena, built upon three hills, is a fine example of a medieval city with its well preserved buildings. Siena hotels, available through, provide an ideal base from which to explore this historic city. While here, be sure to visit the Piazza del Campo, which is at the very heart of the city. Other top attractions include the Palazzo Pubblico, and the majestic Romanesque Duomo. At the Santa Maria della Scala complex is a large museum that is home to exquisite artwork and sculptures, including the bronze statue 'Risen Christ' by Lorenzo Vecchietta. Every year, during the summer, Siena is host to classical concerts and a lively Jazz Festival. As well as popular clothes shops and newsagents, there are market stalls selling unique items created by skilled craftsmen. Local spas, such as Chianciano Terme, and Rapolano Terme, provide the perfect opportunity to relax and rejuvenate.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Siena

Guests staying at Siena hotels can easily fit in with the locals through an understanding of local customs and etiquette. To help make your stay more comfortable, take a look at these useful tips from The main language spoken in Siena is Italian; therefore, it's essential to pack your translation book and memorise some everyday phrases. It is usual when talking to strangers to address them according to their honorary name rather than their first name. Even if you have spoken to a person on several occasions, refrain from using their first name unless invited to do so. When greeting an Italian, remember to shake hands. If you are greeting a female, allow her to offer you her hand first. A kiss on each cheek is a continental greeting custom, which is shared amongst close associates, friends and family. If you're planning to dine out, remember to find out whether your chosen restaurant has a particular dress code - otherwise you may be turned away. If you order fruit, use a knife and fork rather than your fingers (unless its grapes or cherries).