I put the tours into one section. I don't like the listings, though. I'm tempted to delete all of them, but definitely think that those taking travelers outside of the city of Siena don't belong in the body of this article, if at all.
There are too many listings, and some of them are too far outside of Siena to belong here, in my opinion. Some of the formatting is weird, too. I will be conservative for now and delete obvious agencies and leave all hotel listings alone. Ikan Kekek 22:50, 25 January 2010 (EST)
I need help deleting entries. I don't think any hotel that isn't either within the Comune di Siena or at least very close to it (say, no more than 10 km away) should be included. There are pages for Chianti and the Province of Siena, and other pages for towns such as Montepulciano, Montalcino, Monteriggioni, etc. This shouldn't be a catch-all page for hotels everywhere in Tuscany or even everywhere in the Province of Siena. Ikan Kekek 07:32, 3 July 2010 (EDT)
OK, I did a considerable amount of cleanup, but some of the listings may still be in violation of the prohibition on broker listings, and some may still need detouting. Ikan Kekek 05:57, 4 July 2010 (EDT)
I have corrected a flagrantly untrue sentence, which called "margerita" the "classic" type of panforte. It is not; five minutes conversation on the topic with anyone who knows about it will reveal. The classic does not have a name; it is simply panforte. Anything else--panpepato, margerita, with chocolate--is a variation.
Panforte is one thing where quality really counts, so shop around.