Siena is located in the heart of Tuscany amid a wide hilly landscape. Built on three steep hills and encircled by ancient walls, the medieval city of Siena welcomes its visitors with a Latin motto at the Porta Camollia entrance to the centre "Cor Magis Tibi Saena Pandit" (Siena opens its heart to you wider than this gate).
You will find below some information on how to reach Siena using various kind of transport.
Siena is connected to Chiusi railway station (for Rome) and Empoli (for Florence and Pisa). See the Italian Railways website for rates, routes and timetables. The railway station is about 2 km from the town centre and it can easily be reached by bus in a few minutes.
There are bus connections with several northern and southern cities; the most frequent are for Florence, Rome and Bologna. See the SENA web site for rates, routes and timetables.
The centre is largely pedestrianised. The TRA.IN bus company provides minibus service (called "pollicino") in the centre. See the TRA.IN website for rates, routes and timetables.
There are several parking areas located by the town gates.