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Travelling within Florence and to Siena

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Hi,

My family and I will be arriving in Florence at Rifredi station but we couldn't read Italian.

Could anyone please guide me on how may I get to Via Pisana where our accommodation is located? I was thinking that probably taxi is the best way. I only realized that the accommodation is not very well strategically located after the booking.

Besides, how may I go to Siena and return in one day? I read that we can take SITA bus and Gramsci bus. Could you please point on google map for me on where can I find those stops in Florence and Siena? Should i just buy the tickets before boarding the bus? The schedule pdf found online is not available anymore, is there anyway to find the schedule again?

For stuff to do in Siena, do you think this website is comprehensive enough? http://wikitravel.org/en/Siena

Thank you very much

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