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San Gimignano Wheelchair Siena Accessible Tuscany Tours
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San Gimignano Wheelchair Accessible Tours
San Gimignano Wheelchair Accessible Tours

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San Gimignano Wheelchair Accessible Tours

San Gimignano wheelchair accessible tours remains an essential feature of any visit to central Tuscany in Siena.

Not only on account of its remarkable towers but also the fabulous frescoes and other art works to be seen here.

San Gimignano during most days is packed with tourists.

More than three million now visit the town annually, with sometimes up to 160 tour buses in the bus park at one time.

We therefore recommend that you come here in the late afternoon after the crowds thin out.

Or stay in or nearby San Gimignano, using it as your base for visiting Siena and elsewhere during the day, and explore our town during the earlier morning and the evening.

Private San Gimignano 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 San Gimignano wheelchair accessible tours.

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

Touring San Gimignano

The town increased in wealth and developed greatly during the Middle Ages thanks to the Via Francigena, the trading and pilgrim route that passed through it.

In 1199, San Gimignano became a free municipality and fought against the Bishops of Volterra and the surrounding municipalities.

As a result of internal power struggles, San Gimignano eventually divided into two factions.

One headed by the Ardinghelli family ( Guelphs ) and the other by the Salvucci family ( Ghibellines ).

On the 8th May 1300 Dante Alighieri came to San Gimignano as the ambassador of the Guelph League in Tuscany.

The construction of the towers dates back to the XI and XIII centuries.

The architecture of the city was influenced by that of Pisa, Siena and Florence.

There are paintings of the Sienese School to be seen and paintings of the Florentine School.

San Gimignano wheelchair accessible tours is well-known for the production of the wine Vernaccia di San Gimignano.

This is one of the most well-known white wines in Italy.

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San Gimignano,TS03

Siena Provence
San Gimignano, Tuscany 53037