Taking a public bus to Siena

Long-haul buses arrive on the north end of town near the stadium along Via Tozzi / Piazza Gramsci (with ticket offices in the nearby “La Lizza” underground tunnel), or a bit further S on Piazza San Domenico.

Long-haul Tiemme buses connect Florence and Siena regularly in 75 to 95 minutes.

Siena is also connected with: 

  • San Gimignano (65–80 min; hourly Mon-Sat; twice Sunday with a change at Poggibonsi) 
  • Arezzo (1.5 hr; eight Mon-Sat; four Sun)
  • Montalcino (60–70 min; nine Mon-Sat; four Sun)
  • Montepluciano (95 min; four Mon-Sat, all in the afternoon)
  • Pienza (75 min; four Mon-Sat, all in the afternoon)
  • The Chianti
    • Castellina in Chianti (35 min; seven Mon-Sat) 
    • Radda in Chianti (55 min; seven Mon-Sat)
    • Gaiole in Chianti (40–55 min; eight Mon-Sat)

There are also two daily buses to and from Rome's Fiumicino Airport that take about 3 hr 15 min and cost €22 ($26).

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