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Pro Loco San Gimignano, San Gimignano

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  • San Gimignano was nice if you wanted to do some shopping. However, in general, it reminded us of a well known amusement park in the US. We won't be going back, so many other great places to visit in I...  more »
  • I really love places like this, where architecture meets history and you find out how much more able ancient people were..the way they built things and the ages these buildings survive is really incre...  more »
  • The historic Centre of the picturesque town of San Gimignano is lovely - with beautiful views of the remaining towers of the original 72. Today there are lovely little shops -- many touristy but some ...  more »
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  • Beautiful town, well maintained. Go early so there is so many people and try the ice cream. Enjoy the beautiful view of the vineyards.
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  • Nice restaurant in the village. San gimigniano is definitely worth seeing and belongs to "Places of Tuscany must be".
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  • Beautiful place to visit for those who go in Tuscany
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  • Great organization in managing so many tourists, clean
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  • San Gimignano, the best-known medieval village of Italy. Its quadrangular towers and their terraced houses have made him appear between the most beautiful towns of the world.
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