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San Gimignano Museum
Enjoyed learning about the town's history and local architectural trends. We also saw a model of how the town looked during the 13th century. It was easy to find the museum because it is in the town centre and there are other tourist attractions nearby. We rented an audio guide but there are also tours available, just ask at the information desk.
Posted on 02/3/2012 by Mark Flores
Re. Religious Sites and Art
If you go to the Collegiate you can get a joint ticket for the Religious Art Museum which is also worth a visit.
Posted on 23/11/2011 by Rachael Watson
Religious Sites and Art
We went to a beautiful little cathedral and discovered the Collegiata next to it. Luckily it was open so we could go inside and look at the artwork on display which was mostly paintings from the bible.
Posted on 22/11/2011 by Cindy Price
We learnt about the life of St. Augustine at this site and also saw lovely paintings. The church is functioning and you can attend mass on Sundays. The people at the church were helpful and gave us a lot of additional information.
Posted on 02/8/2010 by Paul Howard
We were tired of sightseeing and all the crowds so we found a trail on the outskirts of the city and spent the afternoon walking. The trail is marked and you can see views of the town and countryside. Afterwards we went to the market which takes place every Thursday. There was plenty of fresh produce on sale so we could cook a delicious dinner after an exhausting day.
Posted on 05/4/2009 by David Coper