Have you decided to stay overnight in Siena along your route along the Via Francigena?
Then we recommend that you book at Albergo Minerva, the only three-star hotel in the center of Siena with parking and with the characteristic of being just a few minutes’ walk from both the center and the station.
Our hotel is also a 5-minute drive from the freeway to quickly set out to discover the Via Francigena.
From this point of view, the Via Francigena, this historical-spiritual path, starts in Canterbury, England, and then ends in St. Peter’s Square in Rome.
There are about 1700 Km of route distributed in 87 stages of which 15 in Tuscany for a total of about 400 KM. The most evocative part is certainly that of the Province of Siena, an itinerary which includes the Val D’Elsa, San Gimignano, the village of Monteriggioni and then touches the city of Siena and the Crete Senesi.
The two most characteristic churches of the trip are the Church of Sant’Ilario, in Isola d’Arbia, and the parish church of San Quirico d’Orcia which practically marks the border with Lazio and the last 64 km of road to get to San Pietro.
If you decide to stay in Siena, the Minerva hotel is located in Via Garibaldi 72, has an elevator and 56 rooms divided into four types: Easy, Elegant Standard, Superior Room and Junior Suite.