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In my opinion San Gimignano is the best town in Tuscany next to Florence. So much to see and so much history. Great shops of all kind, great food, great people. you need more than one day here. If in Tuscany, must go here.
If you have traveled to this beautiful city known for its towers...why miss the most spectacular view! Lots of stairs, small ladder to the very top, but defnately manageable. The views are amazing. There is a bell at the top so you’ll duck to pass...More
It does not seem so high in a city full of towers but you do get a great view of the city and surrounding toscan hills, with their vines and trees bearing all manner of fruits and of course olives. The stairs are thankfully wide...More
The group of towers in this medieval town have dwindled in number over the years, but they are still the main attraction. A climb to the top of the bell tower provides an outstanding view of the city within the walls and the countryside beyond....More
The San Gimignano Bell Tower or the 'Campanile della Collegiata' was built by the city's powerful patrician families in the age of feudalism,
The tower is a reminder of a once-ubiquitous architectural trend.
The Collegiata is neither the oldest (Rognosa Tower) nor the tallest (Torre...More