The small village of San Gimignano is located in the northern part of Italy and can only be reached by bus. The visitors can reach the country via airplane and land on the nearby airports like Venice Marco Polo Airport. From there, they can reach the cities of Florence and Siena and reach their final holiday destination.
Places to visit
1. SanGimignano1300 Museum
If you are a history buff and wish to collect some information regarding the historical aspects of the city, this museum can be the best option for you. Here, you can collect information regarding the historical, architectural and social aspects of the city dating back to the middle age. The museum is located centrally in the city and offers free entry. A guided tour to this place will provide you information about the amazing facts of this medieval city.
2. The 14 Stone towers
These towers were built with the aim of protecting the city from invasions and attacks. Originally, there were 72 towers, of which, only 14 are remaining. This place holds the major historical importance and is worth a visit.
3. Collegiate Church of San Gimignano
|Collegiate Church of San Gimignano|
This Roman Catholic Church is situated centrally in the heart of Piazza del Duomo. The amazing carvinsg and works on the walls of the church are the major attraction of this place. This church is also listed in the UNESCO world heritage site for its outstanding beauty and architecture.
|Hotel Vecchio Asilo|
Finding a luxury or budget friendly place for a stay is easier in San Gimignano. There are a wide range of hotels from which you can select the one that suits your preferences and requirements. Some hotels that you can consider include Hotel Antico Pozzo, La Cisterna, Hotel Vecchio Asilo, Hotel Sovestro and Villasanpaolo.
A visit to San Gimignano can be relishing for the history buffs and those who are not much into history can explore the natural beauty and architecture of this place.