Hotel Villa Liberty

Address: Viale Vittorio Veneto 11, Siena, Tuscany, 53100, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Viale Vittorio Veneto 11, Siena, is near Il Palio, Siena Cathedral (Il Duomo), Basilica di San Domenico, and Museo dell'Opera Metropolitana.
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    Travel Blogs from Siena

    Sleepy Medieval Evening

    A travel blog entry by jamaar on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... reserved a Tuscany Wine School Course in 30min. Wine class was great. Learnt some really good stuff about this region. Siena & Florence were at war for hundreds of years for the rights of the land. The wines in this region are classified by a book the size of a bible. In the end the wines are labeled in 4 categories. 1- Table Wine to 4- Best. Look for the official seal on the ...

    Once Siena, never forgotten.

    A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201 on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... own time to serve the pilgrims who stay there. As a confraternity, they invite their guests to have their feet washed and receive a hug and kiss in a brief, formal ceremony before sitting down to a communal dinner prepared by them. Everyone was happy to take part and I was especially pleased as I'd heard about it being offered at one of the albergues on the Camino Frances last year and was a bit envious I'd not stayed there myself.

    The meal ...

    Pedals and hill towns

    A travel blog entry by lawslo on Apr 23, 2014

    ... completely. That made the hills almost insurmountable on a couple of occasions and we actually did walk the bike (gasp!) on a couple of occasions.

    After an adventurous and gastronomically amazing journey – one feels less guilty tackling piles of pasta after riding all day – our sadness over departing Tuscany was cushioned by arriving in Venice. We joined the throng of tourists rolling their luggage through the narrow streets ...

    Beautiful City in the Tuscan Hills

    A travel blog entry by ragazzo1977 on Sep 20, 2010

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    ... The park within the wall frequented by joggers and locals going for their morning walks was beautiful and the perfect start to the day. I couldn't put my camera down. Then it hit me. Instead of taking fifty pictures of the city from the wall, why not just go there genius! Good idea!
    We walked to Basilica di San Domenico which was way too crowded to enter. We continued walking down Via della ...

    Old City Within Tuscany Fields

    A travel blog entry by salerhand on Jun 24, 2009

    ... remained untouched since medieval times, nevertheless contained its own zip code and bureaucracy for sending mail. Another rather strange one was the Torture Museum, outside of which there stood a small sign detailing some of the brutal devices showcased inside. None of us really felt like going on. Curiously, there was apparently a section in the museum which criticized the Bush administration for its alleged approval of ...