Siena Unesco World Heritage Site, is home to the symbols of medieval Siena and its glorious past, including Piazza del Campo, the stage of the exciting Palio from the shell-shaped, the Torre del Mangia, rises steeply from the most important Siena Palace, Public Palace, seat of the Signoria a time and Podesta and now headquarters over the town of the town museum. Among the artistic wonders, hosting, absolutely report to the fresco of the Majesty of Simone Martini, a great Sienese artist whose works are to be incredible and fascination. For lovers of the panoramas we recommend climbing the tower, the summit awaits the unique view across the historic center. Siena has one of the most significant churches in Italy in the Romanesque-Gothic Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, with its unmistakable marble facade with white and black stripes, in which in addition to hosting the Piccolomini Library is a wonderful cycle of frescoes Pinturicchio. Behind the Cathedral, the Baptistery of San Giovanni, the remarkable baptismal font by Jacopo della Quercia. Beautiful old buildings, such as Palazzo Tolomei, the oldest, and Palazzo Salimbeni, XIV century, still adorn the streets of Siena, to discover the most elegant and stately part of Siena. A trip to the Sienese painting from the thirteenth to seventeenth century, it is possible in the grand National Gallery, through the great works of masters such as Duccio di Buoninsegna.