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CAMILLA has partnered with the world’s largest independent luxury hotels collection, the Leading Hotels of the World to reimagine some of Italy’s most iconic hotels in true CAMILLA style: as limited edition, hand painted prints unfolding across luxurious silks and satins. The next chapter unfolds in the depths of Tuscany just outside Siena, at the quaint yet expansive Castel Monastero hotel.
However, if your heart is longing for what lies beyond the hills – jump in a car and head into Siena. Beloved for its medieval streets and ancient architecture, this beautifully vibrant town will feed your soul.
In the realm of opulence, Siena emerges as an exquisite gem, a city where every cobblestone exudes history, and towering ancient structures whisper tales of grandeur. Divided into 17 distinct districts, each bearing its own unique name and bold hues, a stroll along its streets becomes a journey through an ever-changing tapestry of flags. Unlike the sprawling metropolises of the world, Siena boasts an unwavering sense of identity, a rare and captivating trait that lingers in your memory long after you've bid it, 'ciao for now.'
A proud centre point of the town, the awe-inspiring Siena Duomo will draw you in with its façade alone – a masterpiece of detail that preludes the interior’s unparalleled opulence. A contrasting canvas of black and white striped columns lavishly lines the cathedral, forming a frame for the dream-like artistry of its ceilings and marble work. Be sure to wander into the Library Room, which is a work of art in its own right.
One cannot visit Siena without passing through the doors of Pinacoteca Nazionale. This renowned national museum was established in 1932 and is home to an illustrious collection of late medieval and Renaissance paintings by Italian artists. Spend the day immersing yourself in Sienese paintings from the 14th and 15th centuries and take respite in the grand halls dressed head-to-toe in gilded frames.
Whether you're walking to the pool, through the vineyard or up a steep, cobbled street - you’ll want to dress for comfort when visiting this region. Pair draped or wide fit pants with tees and a blazer – or a slip dress with a pair of sneakers during the warmer months.