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Thanks to HABI, you can take part in an amazing tour to discover the beauty of Siena and its countryside

Why Siena?

Because Siena, nestled in the fascinating Tuscan landscape, is full of history and fascinating historical evidence. 

Famous for the Palio and its Cathedral, Siena fascinates for its atmosphere, its colours and its views and is also particularly appreciated for its Eno-gastronomic richness.

Departing from Rome on board of a Van or a Sedan, depending on your needs, after a journey of about two and a half hours through the characteristic landscape of northern Lazio, part of Umbria and part of Tuscany, you will arrive in this fascinating town. Once you arrive at the gates of the city, your driver will park and leave you free to discover the wonders of the historic centre for two hours, especially Piazza del Campo, the Duomo and the Torre del Mangia, but he will be available for any transfer or help you may need during your city tour.

Your driver, if you wish, will be able to recommend an excellent typical restaurant where you can have a lunch break and taste the typical specialties of the area. You will then continue for an hour, through rolling hills, to San Gimignano.   San Gimignano is a medieval town particularly well preserved and characterized by 13 towers of considerable height clearly visible from miles away.  Even here, you will have two hours to venture into the charming old town, full of characteristic views and valuable monuments, such as the Duomo.

If you have chosen not to take a lunch break in Siena, you can have lunch here, in a typical restaurant that your driver will be able to recommend.

Before leaving, we suggest you in any case to taste or buy some Vernaccia, Panforte or RicciarelliVernaccia is an excellent wine typical of this area, Panforte and Ricciarelli are sweets, particularly Ricciarelli are made of almond paste. Vernaccia, Panforte and Ricciarelli are typical of the area around Siena.

The Habi tour of Siena and its surroundings includes gasoline, freeway tolls, parking and permits for the historical centres, and has a duration of about 10 hours totally, including transfers.

Not included in the price: tickets for monuments and museums and meals in restaurants. However, if you wish, your driver can get you all the entrance tickets you need in advance and provide you with a specialised local guide. If you wish to extend your experience, you can do so for an extra 40 euros per additional hour. In this case, we recommend that you include Civita di Bagnoregio or Orvieto in your tour before arriving in Siena.

Civita di Bagnoregio, a small hamlet of only 12 inhabitants in the municipality of Bagnoregio, in northern Lazio, is part of the most beautiful villages in Italy and is known for its magical and evocative atmosphere. Walking through its lanes will immerse you in a magical atmosphere and the view you enjoy from the top of the mountain on which it stands will enchant you! Orvieto, instead, is in Umbria, on a high tuff cliff. The historical centre is particularly interesting and suggestive, especially the cathedral. Remarkably interesting and particular is instead the well of St. Patrick (pozzo di San Patrizio), in whose vicinity there are also many underground caves dating back to Etruscan times.  


Siena is 290 km away from the city of Rome - 145 miles and transfer from Rome to Siena is about 150 minutes
Tips are not mandatory but, if you are satisfied with the service, you will be welcome.


  • Round trip Transfer Rome to Siena, driver waiting 5 hours in the city. Duration of the tour 10 hours
  • Every additional hour cost 40 €
  • Gasoline, motorway tolls, car parks and historic center permits


  • Museums or attractions tickets,
  • food and beveradge
  • overnights.

    ► COVID-19 precautions

    Safety measures in place

  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • Customers must keep distance in vehicles
  • Traveler requirements

  • Customers are required to bring and wear masks
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds


  • the Cathedral of Siena
  • the Baptistery
  • the Crypt
  • the Piccolomini Library
  • the Museum of the Opera del Duomo
  • Oratory of S. Bernardino

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