About this listing
An excellent apartment in the heart of Siena, overlooking the old town, a few steps from Piazza del Campo. From its windows on the top floor of a building of the fourteenth century we see a wonderful view facing south-west from which emerge the Duomo cathedral and the church of San Domenico, as well as the Tuscan countryside as in the Ambrogio Lorenzetti fresco "Il Buongoverno"in the Siena Council in Piazza del Campo . The apartment is tastefully furnished with all the comforts and is ideal for a couple but can accommodate up to 4 people. The location is perfect with regard to services, shops and restaurants, in a quiet and peaceful area.
Si prega di non fumare e di togliere le scarpe dato che il pavimento è in legno laccato bianco.
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I'm 32 and I was born in Siena, a small medieval town 60km from Florence. I have two great apartments, in the centre of Florence, available as the entire place for up to seven guests. I do not stay when guests are staying - you have the whole apartment to yourselves. I manage also two other small apartments of my parents in the centre of Siena and Follonica.
I have traveled extensively in Italy, Europe, North America and Asia, including staying in Airbnb homes so I really know what makes for a good stay. It's both a pleasure and an honour to have folks stay at my place, especially international guests who are traveling around this lovely country.
I'm interested in plants, historic gardens and nature. I love to stay outside, rowing on the Arno, cycling in the countryside around Siena and swimming at sea.
I love to be an host, I thought that doing this the world would come travelling to me, which is almost like seeing the world. Another thing was, Florence is a very busy city with a lot of people from abroad, but it’s really hard for us locals to get to know these people. The Florentines like to have separate lives from the tourists. For me it’s the opposite. I want to get in touch with these foreigners coming to Florence. And now I have the chance to get to know them. So that’s is my way of sharing Florence with the world!