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Palio of Siena Wheelchair Accessible Tours to Siena Tuscany

 

Palio of Siena wheelchair accessible tours and Siena are an inseparable combination.

Is something more about the most famous festival in the city, which takes place right in Piazza del Campo twice a year.

The origins of the Palio of Siena are very ancient.

Since in a document dated 1310 the official institution of the Palio of Siena was consecrated, to be followed every 16 August in honor of the Blessed Virgin.

In 1656, the Palio delle Contrade was established, to be run on 2 July, in honor of the Madonna di Provenzano.

Even today, on these two dates the ancient tradition is respected that sees ten of the 17 districts of the city challenge each other in the Palio di Provenzano on the 2nd July and Palio dell’Assunta on the 16th August.

It is an equestrian competition of medieval origin particularly felt by the Sienese people, woe to talk about an event for tourist purposes, battle it out to win the much desired Palio.

The Palio of Siena attracts tourists from all over the world, for this reason.

If you intend to attend or visit the city on the days when the event takes place, it is good to know that you must book everything well in advance.

Palio of Siena Wheelchair Accessible Tours

We are providing a safe and a full accessible tours around previewed accessible itineraries.

Disabled friendly accessible services includes professional guided tours and cruise shore excursions.

Visit this rich and fascinating land with an exclusive private Palio of Siena wheelchair accessible tours.

Adapted van transportation specifically designed for wheelchair users tourists combined an holiday to Italy across Tuscany.

Touring Palio of Siena

Being in Tuscany in the days of the Palio of Siena wheelchair accessible tours, means having the great opportunity to know a unique event.

Unique because the Sienese people, proud of their traditions, over the centuries have identified with the Palio.

They transforming it into a spectacle and culture, without ever denying its most intimate nature, that of a fierce challenge.

Mossa is the moment when the tension is high and the outcome of the race is decided.

The positions of the horses at the Canape ( the rope that traces the starting line ) and the run-up horse are extracted.

This is the time for negotiations to be followed in religious silence.

You will be amazed by how a square full of people talking will remain in suspense.

Here, during this operation, let only the Mossiere speak.

It will be a fascinating moment, to be followed in silence.

Although it is one of the things to do at least once in a lifetime, attending the Palio of Siena is not like going to a simple folkloristic event.

The Palio of Siena is undoubtedly a party, but in the four days that animate it, it is good to know that the city and the Contradaioli light up with a strong fervor.

A certain susceptibility to any intervention or external incursion, which can be invasive or even annoying and maybe risk escalating into unpleasant situations.

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