Italy’s loveliest medieval city and Tuscany’s jewel is filled with spectacular art and architecture at every corner. Siena has a rich historical legacy and an equally exciting nightlife scene. After a busy day of sightseeing, relax with a drink or two at one of the city’s loveliest bars. Here is our guide to the best options for every taste and budget.
It’s cozy, dimly lit and has soul. Un Tubo is where you can enjoy an exhibition of contemporary art and listen to jazzy melodies played by talented musicians with a glass of excellent wine.
As the name reveals, this comfortable place offers an amazing variety of tea flavors from all over the world. At night, Tea Room’s pots are replaced by an intriguing list of cocktails, rum and rare spirits accompanied by delicious snacks and homemade desserts. Take a journey back to the 1920s through vintage furniture and mellow jazz tunes.
Siena is a college town, and where there are students, there are also student hangouts. One of the most popular, Al Cambio is a modern club situated just a few steps from the historical center which gets lively during the late hours and especially on weekends serving all kind of drinks.
Perfectly located in the heart of the city, this casual bar overlooks Piazza del Campo. The location is just one of the reasons Il Palio is always crowded. Whether you want to sip a cocktail or enjoy a cold beer while people watching, there is no better place to soak up Siena’s medieval glory. Take your time to relax and toast to a beautiful sunset.
A conveniently located cafe-bar just outside Siena’s medieval walls, this is an excellent choice any time of the day. Bar Perù offers a wide selection of sandwiches and coffees and an equally great variety of drinks to enjoy inside or on the terrace weather permitting.
An all-day wine bar and restaurant, Cacio & Pere is renowned for its warm atmosphere, excellent selection of wines served by the glass and fascinating events ranging from DJ sets to live music. For an evening on a budget, order your drinks and gain access to their free buffet of delicious snacks.
Located at the junction of the Terzo di san Martino, Terzo di Camollia and Terzo di Città, this winery is popular for its elegant ambiance and emphasis on the ancient medieval structure. Head to I Terzito view numerous worldwide wines stocked in the 13th-century underground cellars. Sample some of them as you snack on some tasty Tuscan fare.