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San Gimignano is an adorable hill town in Siena filled with history and architecture. One must visit the Bell Tower to have a breathtaking view of the whole area. It's well worth getting up there to take some pictures. Highly recommend it.
San Gimignano is a beautiful village of Tuscany and is famous for its towers and more specifically for its Bell Towers . They are so popular that when we got there on a nice afternoon of the end of October ( off the busy season...More
Just walking from the bus up the hill to San Gimignano is a treat. Looking out over Tuscany is so beautiful for the soul. I loved all the walled in towns we saw in Italy. This was no different. I love the feel of them...More
The Bell Towers are located in Piazza del Duomo, with the fountain that is a popular photo spot. It is open to the public and was built during the 13th century. A vast view overlooking San Gimignano and region.
This is one of the few tourist activities, besides restaurants, that needs advance planning. Go early, or you will wait in line inside for a very long time during peak seasons! Only a certain number of people are allowed up top, for a fixed number...More
San Gimignano's Great Tower (Torre Grossa) is 54m high, and you have to climb 218 steps (there is no lift). The inside is a square hollow core with a sturdy steel staircase going round the edge. There is a light and sound display on a...More