There is a little corner of paradise in Siena, where you can find a rest after a day spent among culture and art. With its salami and pieces of cheese in his shop window, the Pizzicheria De Piccoli is like a mermaid in the ocean of primordial food. Her song is the smell that catches you as soon as you enter the street. The victim? You, and your basic instincts. Here you can come for traditional products, a quick lunch, or even souvenirs to bring home.
Siena, an enchanting town under the Tuscany sun
Siena, a charming city in the heart of Tuscany, Italy, exudes an irresistible allure. Its medieval architecture and cobbled streets are the enchanting frame of a vibrant cultural scene. Famous for its iconic Piazza del Campo, where the renowned Palio horse race takes place, Siena boasts a rich history that is beautifully preserved in its Gothic-style cathedral, the Duomo di Siena. Art and culture thrive in the city’s museums and art galleries, offering a delightful experience for enthusiasts. Siena’s warm and welcoming atmosphere, coupled with its delectable Tuscan cuisine and fine wines, makes it a must-visit destination for travelers seeking an authentic Italian experience in a captivating and picturesque setting.
Pizzicheria de Miccoli
You get in hypnotized, and once you are in all you can do is to choose one of the delicacies of the Tuscany food culture. One of their main dishes is the “porchetta”, a sandwich with a roast pork filling. You can have a seat and eat there (the place is small but cozy), or ask for a takeaway sandwich, in case you are planning a picnic on the hills around Siena. Don’t forget to ask for a good glass of wine, and if you still have some space in your stomach, why not a local dessert. Outside there is a funny bike made of bamboo and a boar head. Ehm, sorry.. no veggie allowed. Pizzicheria De Miccoli via di città 95, Siena