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Popular Attractions in Quercegrossa

If you're a first time visitor to Quercegrossa, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions in Quercegrossa.


What are some good attractions in Quercegrossa?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions in Quercegrossa.

Piazza del Campo
Piazza Del Campo Siena, Toscana
Siena Cathedral
8 Piazza del Duomo SI, Toscana 0577 286300
Palazzo Pubblico (V. Anche Museo Civico)
1 Piazza Il Campo Siena, Toscana 0577 280551
Santa Maria della Scala
1 Piazza del Duomo SI, Toscana 0577 534511
Petra
Italia
Galluzzo
Italia

Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"In Siena Osteria Castelvecchio has a lovely ambience and very good food, there are lots of cafes dotted around Piazza del Campo for a coffee or a glass of wine with a view."  See More

"Siena has the incredible Siena Cathedral and endless charm."  See More

"Just wander the beautiful winding streets, visit the Piazza del Campo, the Palazzo Pubblico (V Anche Museo Civico) and the Santa Maria della Scala - museum - amazing frescos."  See More

"You can land in Pisa or Florence, visit the city and decide to get a car to go to the seaside (do not go to Viareggio, the sea is dirty, but you can go to Castiglioncello or even better Maremma, that has great seaside)."  See More

"2) Petra (Cantina Petra) - Suvereto (province of Livorno)."  See More

"You can't miss a visit to "Torre Dell'orologio", a tower with a little garden on the top."  See More

"If You rather prefer ice cream, Chic & Shock is the one for You!"  See More

"three other places I really love are Giogoli rossi (between Scandicci and Galluzzo), Trattoria La Baracchina (website, near San Casciano in Val di Pesa) and L'hosteria Di Mosciano (near San Martino Alla Palma)."  See More

"Cortona is also close to Val d'Orcia, where you can visit Montepulciano, Pienza, Bagno Vignoni, San Quirico D'Orcia."  See More

"If you have time, walk off the pasta down Borgo San Jacopo, stop at Caffè Le Torri for your after lunch cafe/espresso and pick up some dried or fresh fruit at the stand at end of the street before you cross over the river on the less crowded Ponte Santa Trinita."  See More

"Once refreshed, head to Via Dei Calzaiuoli and arrive to Piazza della Signoria."  See More

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  1. Piazza del Campo
  2. Siena Cathedral
  3. Palazzo Pubblico (V. Anche Museo Civico)
  4. Santa Maria della Scala
  5. Castiglioncello
  6. Petra
  7. Torre Dell'orologio
  8. Chic & Shock
  9. San Martino Alla Palma
  10. Galluzzo
  11. San Quirico D'Orcia
  12. Borgo San Jacopo
  13. Via Dei Calzaiuoli
  14. Piazza della Signoria
  15. Val d'Orcia
Where can I find out more about Quercegrossa?

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