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Rome to Siena–Most Comfortable Option Bus or Train

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I have looked at various posting for the options from Rome to Siena. There appears to be 2 options by train or bus. My hotel is on the outskirts of Siena so I will only need to get to the train station not the center of Siena. The bus was my first thought but after reading other postings I noticed comments that the Tiburtina bus station is not the easiest to navigate and may be more congested.

I see the train has a switch in either Florence or Chiusi. Is one easier than the other?

I have looked at both the Sena bus schedule and train schedules so they appear to be about the same travel time.

I am traveling with the a senior so looking for the best option that wouldn’t involve a lot of walking. Train or Bus? Florence or Chiusi if using the train?

Thanks everyone.

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