Hotel More Di Cuna

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Cassia Nord 1444, Monteroni d'Arbia, Siena, 53014, Italy
Hotel More Di Cuna
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  • Solo100
  • Business91

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Bus station

by Redang

Hello friends:

Next week I will go to Siena, and, as many of you said through the tips, I will go from Florence by bus, and the question, is: Where is the bus station/stop in Siena? and where is on the map? I mean, close to the Campo, Duomo...



Re: Bus station

by LubaLorine

It is on the very outskirt of the city center, I believe the closest landmark would be the soccer stadium or Piazza Matteoti (not too far away. ) You will be able to take another bus into the center of Siena from here or just walk in about 15-20 minutes to the Campo.

Ciao! LL

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Travel Tips for Siena


by sim1

Siena is located in the beautiful region of Tuscany. This part of Italy combines wonderful hilly landscapes with picturesque historic villages, often located on some idyllic hilltop.Of course some Tuscany also has some delicious food and wine to offer. No wonder that this region is so popular. And that is actually its main disadvantages. The region is not 'unspoiled' anymore and during high season it can be very busy. But having said that, it is and will be a lovely spot to visit.

Here are some places I've visited over the years in Tuscany and might give you some suggestions for yourself when visiting this part of Italy:

Borgo a Mozzano
Monte Argentario
San Gimignano

You can read more about all these places on my Tuscany page


by Georgio

Really exists only one sword in the stone, all over the world.
It's S.Galgano's sword.
We find it in Tuscany, between Monticiano (Siena) and Chiusdino, near the wonderful ruins of an impressive Abbey without roof with a meadow of green grass as floor and one sword in the stone.
A lot of Britan carried in Tuscany.The sword also seems to be Arthurian.
The story
Galgano Guidotti was a knight born to rich parents in 1148. He wants to renounce the material world and also the arts of war. As sign to renounce violence, Galgano thrust the sword in the stone, adoring it as the Cross.
Later on he does some miracles and die in 1181. Was declared Saint in 1185.
Today S.Galgano Abbey, is one of the most important and beautiful Gothic buildings in Italy.....
The sword is actually contemporary to the spreading in Italy of King Arthur's legends; however it represent the opposite gesture: while King's Arthur sword was pulled out by the young future king, this one was pushed into the stone by a St Galgano.
St Galgano's sword and King's Arthur legends are not totally unrelated, however... there are links that should be explored.

World class Osso Buco

by davequ about Ristorante Il Biondo

On the other hand, this restaurant in Siena had some of the best Veal Osso Buco (one of my favorite Italian dishes) I have ever eaten in my life.

Terrific ambience sitting out on the front terrace, good service, affordable, highly recommended.

I think it is closed on Wednesdays. The specialize in pesce/seafood, but I loved the Veal Osso Buco.


by jag17

Built between 1215 and 1263 by architect Niola Pisano. Besides being filled with Tuscan art, the floor is a mosaic of 59 etched and inlaid marble panels. The floors date from 1372-1547. Many top artists working in Siena contributed to this work. Much of the flooring is usually covered to protect it. It is uncovered from August 23rd to October 3rd in honor of the Palio.

The market on Wednesdays

by alysania

Wasn't sure if I should file this in shopping, but it really is a must see adventure. well over a hundred vendors set up shop selling anything and everything from clothes to home good and lingere around the fortezza.


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