Hotel Ristorante da Graziano

Via G.Matteotti, 39/a, San Gimignano, 53037, Italy
Hotel Ristorante da Graziano
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Transport to/from San Gimignano

by werther

I'm planning to stay in San Gimignano later in the year, flying to Pisa. Would also like to re-visit Siena, just for the day.
Do not want to drive.
Any ideas on buses/trains Pisa to SG and SG to Siena?

RE: Transport to/from San Gimignano

by mccalpin

www.trenitalia.com will give you all the information you need on how to get to the places you list by train. It looks like you'll change in Empoli if you go from Pisa to San Gimignano - oh, actually, if you pick up the train at the airport, you may or may not change trains at Pisa Centrale (5 minutes from the airport) - some trains from the airport do go through to Empoli.

Bill

RE: RE: Transport to/from San Gimignano

by fabbo

San Gimignano is a place forgotten by railways. The closest station is in Poggibonsi, on the Empoli-Siena railway. There are direct trains from Florence, but if you come from Pisa you will have to change trains at Empoli.

I found this site, http://www.sangimignano.net/bus/ , which lists buses to San Gimignano from Poggibonsi.

Travel Tips for San Gimignano

Unesco site

by micas_pt

The historic centre of the well kept medieval village of San Gimignano is classified by Unesco as World Heritage site since 1990.

This village is situated about 384m above sea level and apart from being important as a defense point, it was also an important village for pilgrims traveling to and from Rome on the called Via Francigena.

Ride the path

by Jmill42

There are many places outside of the city walls that rent bicycles. It is possible to ride around the wall of the city and, of course, the countryside.

One word of warning: it can be pretty strenuous going up the Tuscan hills!!

The best place for amazing photos!

by susancallus

These are my 5 favourite pictures of San Gimignano! I have a lot more beleive me! This photo shows the entrance door for San Gimignano and it's so important to me because once you have passed through it, you feel as if you are in a magical fairly tale! I can say, that me and my friend did not say a word for the whole day! We were so busy in taking photos, posing and visiting all the beautiful shops which only in San Gimignano could be found! We bought so many beautiful things. One can find a variety of genuine leather hand bags and many beautiful home made traditional things! All a person could imagine! The second photo is me in Piazza Ciserna, the third is a beautiful picture of a characteristical house in San Gimignano, the fourth one is of a bridal couple as they were doing their photo session there, and the last one shows a part of the astonishing buildings of San Gimignano! A day in San Gimignano is enough to see all the beauty this place can offer! But be sure to arrive their very very early because the day will be over soon!

Piazza della Cisterna

by croisbeauty

Piazza della Cisterna, "castrum vetus" is considered as the heart of San Gimignano. Once the square was called the Tavern Square, and was the place in which commerce and banking transactions took place. The whole square, like the rest of the town, is characterised by buildings in varying architectural styles. In the middle of the square is the well, built in 1237, which bears the coat of arms of the Podesta Guccio Malavolti. The furrows carved by the chains used to draw the water can still be seen on the well. The square is overlooking by the Devil's Tower, one of the oldest in town.

Rocca di Montestaffoli

by Helga67

In the north of town lies a ruined castle, Rocca di Montestaffoli. There is only one tower left of the castle. From here, you'll have a great view over the Elsa valley and the towers of San Gimignano.

The castle was built on the site of a Dominican monastery in the middle of the 14th century. With its 258 metres of walls it was an authentic fortress, defending the town to which it was linked by two drawbridges. At the end of the wars between Sienna and Florence it lost its strategic value and was dismantled in the 16th century.

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