Siena Nightlife

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    Enoteca Sienese
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    does it metter?: Enoteca Toscana

    by croisbeauty Updated Jun 26, 2012

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    Enoteca Sienese
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    Now this is one of the sweetest things Siena could offer to the visitors, wine testing in almost perfect ambient of the local enotecs. That's one of my lifestyles, testing local wines and nibbling excellent cheese. Tuscany is home os some world finest wines, such as Barolo which is perfect red wine, to me the best that excists. Besides wines Tuscany is offering exceptional quality of sheep's cheese.
    Spending very quality times in a local enotecas is a must when visiting Siena!

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    Open-air concert in Piazza del Campo: African music in Siena

    by croisbeauty Updated Sep 20, 2011

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    During my stay in Siena there was an open-air concert in Piazza del Campo. The central city square was fulfilled with deafened and hot African rhytms and dances, performed by outstanding artists. It was a kind of celebration for my eyes and ears and I enjoyed alot like whole crowd on the square. The most attractive to me was a group from Senegal, excellent performers, but unfortunately I didn't catch their name.

    Dress Code: Any kind of cloths was very welcome, it was night free of usual dress codes.

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    Irish Pub, Barone Rosso: Nightlife in Siena

    by krisfromthevalley Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    I'm not exactly sure if they're still around after four years..but I use to hang out at the Irish Pub a lot where they had live music and sometimes Italian military boys would come up to us,.and try to use their Italian charm with no avail. The pub is located near the Bus station

    There is also the lively and always crowded Barone Rosso...which is closer to the center of Siena...locals and tourists come here..and they have the latest music in Italy played here.

    Dress Code: Casual in the pub

    More dressy in Barone Rosso

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    Barone Rosso: live music on the weekends

    by alysania Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Local musicians play here on the weekends. It's your standard bar with beer and mixed drinks. There's lots of tables and room to sit down as well as stand up. Waitresses were pretty quick despite the crowded circumstances. Definitely more italians here than americans.

    Dress Code: none known

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    The Walkabout Pub: Australia comes to Italy!

    by alysania Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This bar features the finest in Australian beer. It's a little small, but the bartenders are the friendliest. I highly recommend a shot - two shotglasses, one filled with rum and the other with pear juice. Shoot the rum and then the pear. It's call a "Ron e pera."

    Dress Code: none known

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    Sob's: The BEST atmosphere with internet access

    by alysania Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    It's half dance club, half bar, half internet cafe! You can get internet access if you're willing to wait - the computers are usually pretty busy. The bar snakes down into the ground with a bunch of little grottoes and large tables for groups. They have a lot of neat themed nights including a "singles seeking singles" night where you get a number and can send messages to other people via number. An announcer collects the messages and says the numbers that have messages.

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    Il Campo: Watch the Sunset/Moon Rise

    by SJTravel Updated Aug 5, 2007

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    Have a seat on Il Campo and enjoy watching the sunset/moon rise. You won't really be able to see the sunset because of all the buildings around Il Campo, but it is a nice time to enjoy Il Campo. The brick of Il Campo by then will cool off significantly and so it won't burn to sit or lay on the brick if you want to. There are a lot of people who like to hang out on Il Campo during that time, so there will be great opportunities to people watch if you like that. It is very nice and peaceful, so definitely bring your journal, sketch pad, book, and/or digital camera and enjoy your time. While you are sitting there, you may be able to hear the soft music playing from the restaurants nearby. It is relaxing and so beautiful. Palazzo Publico is beautiful while the sun is setting and the moon is slowly making its ascent. You can get some really great photos. One thing that I really recommend is putting on some bug spray, if you have it, before you decide to go and sit there. Once the sun started going down, the bugs started coming out and that is what drove me away.

    Dress Code: Wear whatever you want to wear. Some people recommend not wearing skirts only because of the way you may be sitting once on the ground. I wore what I was wearing during the day(capris and a t-shirt) and I was fine, it did start to get a little cooler once the sun went down. You may want to put on some long pants or grab a light sweater if you are prone to getting cold.

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    Piazza del Campo: Piazza del Campo Nights

    by Lydita Updated Aug 21, 2004

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    Siena de noche

    What is better that to drink something sitting on the floor, while you are talking with your friends, watching people go by, surrounded by a magnificent circle of medieval palaces?

    Dress Code: Whatever!!! But, girls, be careful if you are wearing a skirt!

    Related to:
    • Road Trip
    • Arts and Culture
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons

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    The Tea Room: Cozy atmosphere

    by alysania Written Feb 17, 2003

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    It's a little on the difficult side to find, but if you can get in and find a seat on one of the couches inside, it's well worth spending the night there with some friends. It fills up pretty quick, so get there early. It's almost got an artsy, new york city village feel to it - the lights are a little brighter inside than most bars, and there are paintings and displays all over the walls.

    Dress Code: none known

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    Il Cavaliere Errante: The best selection in beer

    by alysania Written Feb 17, 2003

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    While it's a little chilly in the colder months and has a musty smell to it, this bar is by far and large, the most unique in Siena. It's got a lot of little grottoes and keeps going down and down - just when you think you've found the end, look again, you probably haven't! They've got tons of german beer and they even serve it in the liter glasses like you'd find in germany. Waiters are quick, and you can find live music there some nights.

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    Irish Pub: Irish pub in Italy

    by alysania Written Feb 17, 2003

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    This spacious bar with different levels sometimes features live musicisians. They have the traditional Irish beers on tap from Guinness to Harp and more. Lots of americans and tourists here because it's so easy to find, and because of the irish "back home" feel

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    Cafe del Corso: The bar with the most americans

    by alysania Written Feb 17, 2003

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    While studying there, all the americans in town showed up at the cafe del corso for the drink specials (which in my opinion weren't that great) and for the theme nights, including playboy bunny night, disco night, and other interesting themes. It's a little small and gets very crowded. Be careful - the Italian men can be a little 'grabby' with american women.

    Dress Code: no dress code

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    Yeah sure there are some...

    by sandravdp Written Sep 7, 2002

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    Yeah sure there are some nightlife spots here: some bars, a cinema, opera etc. But most Italians here like a good dinner at Piazza del Campo in the evening (and so do I) ;o)

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