Residenze D'Epoca Palazzo Coli Bizzarrini

Piazza A Gramsci 27, Siena, Tuscany, 53100, Italy
Residenze d'Epoca Palazzo Coli Bizzarrini
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Traveling from Siena to Venice

by crystal72

What is the best method of travel from Siena to Venice (specifically Casa Nicolo Priuli?

Thank you!

RE: Traveling from Siena to Venice

by babbi_it

Surely by train, but you have to change in Florence, so Siena -> Florence / Florence -> Venice.

RE: Traveling from Siena to Venice

by thegew

The train is definitely the easiest way to go. If am correct the location of your hotel is east of the Piazza di San Marco so use the vaporetto to get from the train station to the S. Zaccheria stop if you have luggage.
Here's a map:
http://www.venicewelcome.com/actv/linee-centro-g.gif

It works just like a bus system. I would not suggest attempting to walk through the city to your hotel dragging luggage around because although the numerous bridges and narrow streets are interesting when you are sight seeing, they become a serious problem with baggage. Although if you feel really extravagant you can hire a taxi to take you to your hotel but that will cost you...

Travel Tips for Siena

Nobile Contrada del Bruco

by croisbeauty

The seat of this Contrada is in Via del Comune 44, which belongs to Terzzo di Camollia. As all other Contradas it has its own church, built on the contributions by its members. The oratory dates back to 1680 ands is dedicated to Santissimo Dio.

St Catherine's bits and pieces...........

by leics

You'll no doubt visit S. Domenico, founded in 1125 and one of Siena's most important churches. And you'll probably note (on the right of the entrance) the steps where Saint Catherine received her stigmata, and the chapel to her memory above.

What you might not do is walk up and into the chapel, and even if you do you might not notice the small white marker tiles set into the floor. One marks where her heart lies (in front of the altar), one her vestments, one her crucifix; I don't know if they are still there.

Catherine's head, and one finger, are preserved in a reliquary in her chapel proper, which lies further down the church on the southern side of the church. The rest of her is buried in Rome.

I only noticed the marker tiles by accident, but thought I should share. Apologies for the quality of the photos; I have dreadful camera-shake sometimes!

Try and have dinner at Piazza...

by sandravdp

Try and have dinner at Piazza del Campo! Restaurant Caldo / Caldi is the best! Also good for lunch.
Beautiful view on Piazza del Campo with it's Torre della Mangia and Palazzo Pubblico. Inkfish, mussles (shell fish) and fish parts in some olive oil.

Piazza del Campo

by Sarita76

Piazza del Campo is maybe one of the best known squares in the world.
The medieval square is the venue for the famous horse race named "Il Palio", which takes place twice a year, in July and August. The shape of the square reminds of a shell.

Saint Catherine's Sanctuary

by Herkbert

The Santuario e casa di Santa Caterina was actually the house where St. Catherine of Siena lived. The sanctuary dates from 1464 and is now dedicated to meditation. Born Catherine Benincasa in this building, it was her visions and eventually her influence in getting the pope to leave Avignon and return to Rome that led to her becoming a saint.

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