tuscany in a day: pisa, san gimignano + siena {a story in photos}

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Pisa: Images (1-15), including the Leaning Tower, the Baptistry, and the Cathedral. | San Gimignano: Images (17-23 – Tenuta Torciano Wine Vineyard, of which the truffle oil is highly recommended!; Medieval town centre, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site (24-45), and home to 17 towers. | Siena: Images (46-end), including Piazza del Campo, Piazza del Duomo, and the magnificent Cathedral and its interior.

10 thoughts on “tuscany in a day: pisa, san gimignano + siena {a story in photos}

  1. The Duomo in Siena is truly one of the most beautiful buildings I’ve seen in my life.

    I haven’t been to Pisa or San Gimignano yet. There are on my list. For now I’ve seeing them through your photos. Grazie mille!

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    1. The Duomo was just magical. Oddly enough I loved in more than the Duomo here in Firenze. Perhaps it’s the gothic architecture, or the patina of the town.

      You have to see Pisa. I gaped at the Leaning Tower. GAPED.

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