This beautifully preserved walled city is in the south of Tuscany, a great base for visiting Tuscany and Umbria. Only a short trip to Florence and San Gimignano to the north, Cortona and Rome to the south, and the Chianti region and the coast.This is the true heart of medieval Italy – a town so well preserved and maintained, free of traffic and full of history and monuments, to be considered an essential part of the world’s cultural heritage.
Piazza del Campo, is the main square in the center of the small medieval city, where the famous horse race – the Palio is run in July and August. Dominating this square is the Palazzo Pubblico – the town hall, where the civil wedding ceremony is held. This is one of the most remarkable town hall and museum complexes, with some of the most famous pre-Renaissance frescoes adorning the walls and ceilings
Siena makes the ideal location, especially for a smaller wedding party, where the restaurants on the narrow streets, the the warm and welcoming atmosphere evoke and intimate and truly memorable event.