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Hi, my name's Andrea Renieri and I am an authorized tour guide for the Siena province. I've always been passionate about art, and I've found working as a tour guide ideal as it allows me to share my passion with lots of people.

In the section "Visits" the principal towns that can be visited in the province of Siena are listed, grouped together by geographical area. The number is more than those listed: for those missing you can ask me for information about inserting them in your tour. In the final section there are many places where I have inserted the principal museums available. You must remember that a visit to a museum can lengthen the tour time in a city at least by 45 minutes and very often an hour, and naturally, there is an entrance fee to the museums.

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In the section "Day tour" you will find the combination of more than one place that you can visit in a day. However, it must be remembered, that this is only an indication and that it can changed to suit your requirements. Regarding these places they are described one by one in the section "Places to visit", so for the day tours I have limited the list of places that it is possible to visit in one day in a given area of the province (for example, the Val di Chiana, the Val d'Orcia etc.), without repeating the description of the places.

In the section "Contact" you will find my address, telephone and e-mail: if you have any doubts, enquiries or questions, write to me.

IMPORTANT: I am a tourist guide for Siena and its province, which means that I can't guide you in Florence or Rome, for example, or in other areas of Italy. Anyway if you need, I can find you a guide for Florence, Arezzo, Pisa and also for the Umbria and Marche regions, giving you the contact with some colleagues of mine that I know and who work in those places.

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