- Siena night tour with dinner
- Cruise through Siena by mini-coach to see the city lit up at night
- See sights like Via della Sapienza, Sant'Agostino, Piazza del Mercato, Porta Romana and much more
- Listen to informative audio commentary to learn about Siena's history, folklore and traditions
- Enjoy a 3-course Italian dinner at a restaurant in Piazza del Campo
- Small-group tour limited to eight people ensures a more personalized experience
What You Can Expect
Our guide did a fantastic job and went above and beyond to make sure we enjoyed ourselves. Siena was by far our favorite city we visited and this tour was well worth it!
This was a private tour as we were the only ones on it. Our guide was very knowledgeable and made the tour very interesting. We were given wine to drink without asking us if that is what we wanted and we don't drink wine so our meal was without a liquid. We also thought that it was strange how you are dropped off for your meal and then expected to find your car on your own. When we had never been to that area before. It was worth what we paid but would have liked it better if we could have picked our meal.
Felt very special as my husband and I were the only ones on the trip! Our guide was fantastic and took us all over Siena, even down very narrow side streets. The meal in the Piazza del Campo afterwards was very good. Would definitely book a tour with Viator again. Well worth the money.
We enjoyed our tour. Was not really much other than a drive around the city. The driver spoke good English and answered all our questions. He was very friendly and stopped at a wonderful place to take a picture. The trip ended in the square and that is where the dinner was which was a very nice ending to the night. Keep in mind this is not a very expensive tour. So in our opinion you definitely get your moneys worth.
Tour was ok. A bit hard to make things out in the dark. Meal at the end of the tour was outstanding.
This is a tour definetely worth doing on your first night arriving in Siena. It gives you a good insight into the beautfil city and gives you a sense of direction for the following days travel and sightseeing. We went to several attractions that you may possibly miss or not have heard of, if you only walked in the city or remained in the city centre. After our tour, we ate dinner in the Piazza del Campo with an incredible view of the Torre del Mangia. The food was a little average and the service wasn't too good, so the restaurant was disappointing. Only thing which would have made the tour better is it we were given the opportunity to stop at some of the main attractions and be allowed to take photos outside of the van.
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There were just the two of us - my mother and myself - on this tour.
The drive was extensive and showed us all the sights.
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The worst tour I've ever had! Daniel, the guide was disengaged with the 4 people on the tour, kept losing the place of droning taped commentary and was fiddling with his phone! No offers to stop anywhere for photos and I finished with no clues about Siena! Meal was very average. Very disappointed!
A total waste of time
Recorded soundtrack which kept stopping and was totally boring to listen to
With only four persons on tour the driver could have given the commentary
No stops to view the sights
At night too many sights unseen
Average meal to finish with no directions to our accomodation
The tour was lead by our driver Daniel? Very disinterested handed out audio guides, listen to channel 8 for English was about the only communication and the occasional hand waved in the direction of the building in the audio. It was doubtful if any passengers in the back got any direction. often the commentary was out of sync with the location.
Most of the attractions are not lit unlike Florence so the Duomo by headlights and street lights is not impressive.
Given it was a night tour, references to the beautiful Tuscan view across the valley were absurd.
We were driven to the Campo , shown our tables and " the tour is finished, goodbye"
The 3 course dinner in the Campo was antipasto, a forgettable pizza and ice cream