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Passenger Drop-Off and Pick-Up Areas

Passenger Drop-Off and Pick-Up Areas
There are four areas to drop-off and pick up passengers, all around the restricted traffic zone of Siena, offering easy access to the historic city centre.
Passenger Drop-Off and Pick-Up Areas

 

The stay on the dock parking area is allowed for a maximum of 15 minutes and it is reserved exclusively to the owner of the relative authorization released at the payment of the rate at the two Check Point or at the moment of the reservation. The authorization has to be displayed prominently on the vehicle windscreen.

 

 

San Prospero drop-off and pick-up point – 12 spaces

 

Located inside the public car park known as “Campino di San Prospero”, just before the “Fortezza Medicea” and close to the “Stadio – Fortezza” car parking area, it provides easy way for tourists to quickly reach “Piazza del Campo”.

 

Amendola drop-off and pick-up point – 3 spaces

 

It is located in “Piazza Giovanni Amendola”, by the “Antiporto”, in front of the escalator leading to the Train Station. This is the perfect stop for those visiting the Northern area of the City Centre, accessible through the historic city gate “Porta Camollia”, just a few hundred metres away. Piazza del Campo is just a 15 minutes walk away.

 

San Marco drop-off and pick-up point – 2 spaces

 

Situated in “Piazzale Biringucci”, just outside “Porta San Marco”, it is easily reachable from the “Siena Ovest” beltway exit. This is the best stop for those who want to visit the Western area of Siena.

From here, by walk, you can reach “Piazza Duomo”, where you can admire its Cathedral and visit the well known “Spedale Santa Maria della Scala”, today an exhibition centre and museum. The walk, however, may be demanding because of the difference in level between “Piazza Duomo” and “Porta San Marco”.

 

Pescaia pick-up and drop-off point – 5 spaces

 

Situated on the top of “Strada di Pescaia”, not far from the historic city centre, easily reachable in 20 minutes by walk through “Via Cesare Battisti” nearby the “Fortezza Medicea”. This way is not suitable for those who may present forms of walking abnormalities.

 

 

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