How to get to Siena

How to get to Siena?

Siena is located in the Tuscany region, 100 kilometers south of Florence. You can get to Siena on your own by train from Florence or by bus from Rome – these are the fastest and cheapest options. We, as usual, will consider all methods.

From Florence

Driving from Florence to Siena will take about an hour and a half, but this method is only suitable for travelers with rights and a desire to be able to stop to photograph the scenery along the way.

The most comfortable way to get to Siena from Florence by public transport is by train.

By train

There is a regional train from Santa Maria Novella Station in Florence every hour to Siena. Ticket price 9.10 euros, travel time 1 hour 28 minutes.

  • You will need: Trenitalia trains

From Rome

From Rome to Siena by public transport can be reached by bus or train. The journey will take about 3-4 hours.

By bus

Buses run from Rome to Siena – this is the cheapest, fastest and most comfortable way to get there. Tickets cost from 5 euros if bought in advance. The buses have Internet, I recommend. The bus schedule from Rome to Siena is shown below:

By train

You will have to travel by train from Rome to Siena with 2-3 transfers. Tickets cost from 16.9 to 44 euros and the journey will take you about 4 hours.

By Car

The distance from Rome to Siena by car is 235 kilometers, the journey time is about 3 hours.

From Pisa

The distance from Pisa to Siena is 130 kilometers.

By train

From Pisa to Siena by train you will have to get with a change in Empoli. Tickets cost 10.70 euros and the journey will take you about 2 hours.

From Milan

From Milan to Siena, it is most convenient to travel by direct bus, or get to Florence, and from there take the regional train.

By bus

Traveling from Milan to Siena by bus will take you about 6 hours, cheap tickets can be bought in advance for only 9 euros. Buses run 3 times a day.