Siena actually looks like a postcard.
We arrived just as the sun was setting... So beautiful! ‎· Ken Morley
Man, I love Italy so much. ‎· Meg Vmeg
i'll be there day after tomorrow ^__^ looks fascinating. ‎· enoy
it does, you'll love it. climb up the belltower in Piazza del Campo, or up on the side of the Duomo for breathtaking views <3 ‎· inconsolabilmente Lucretia
how old years ‎· adler112
I lived there just for one month but every single day was like a dream! Don't forget to get lost in the back streets where tourists usually don't go. In every corner of the city you will discover fascinating new things. ;) ‎· Rubber Soul
The plan was to climb the bell tower today, but it's supposed to reach 34 °C, so we'll see. @tolga we've explored a little already. It's a 3 dimensional labyrinth with street heading in all directions. Amazing! ‎· Ken Morley
@tolga: I lived there for five years, I studied there at unistrasi. ‎· inconsolabilmente Lucretia
These photos helped me "sell" Mokum to a friend. Now to see if he signs up. ‎· April
A very pretty little town and former continental powerhouse :) ‎· Eivind
I liked Siena better than Florence. ‎· Julian
I found them both to be amazing; Rome as well. We had more time in Florence, so saw a lot more of that city. Plus we had a fantastic tour guide on our walking tour there. For anyone thinking of doing the same, I'd highly recommend the Walks of Italy tours ‎· Ken Morley