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Arezzo Is at 35 minutes driving all along the Setteponti Road, through olive groves, vineyards and medieval hamlets. We suggest not to miss Piero della Francesca’s frescoes in San Francesco church; the main square of Arezzo, called “Piazza Grande” that really is the heart of the medieval town;…
Arezzo is an Italian city in eastern Tuscany. The Cathedral of Arezzo, on the top of the hill where the city stands, has painted vaulted ceilings and houses a 15th century fresco by Piero della Francesca depicting Mary Magdalene. In the chapel of the nearby Basilica of San Francesco there are other…
Fabulous shops and restaurants, antique market first Sunday every month. An annual palio takes place in Arezzo. Ask Di or Leigh for more details
The closes major town to Cortona. Beautiful old Historic Center, Wide variety of local and international restaurants and the famous Antiques market.
Arezzo is a beautiful little town in Tuscany, its history stretches back to the Etruscan era, when it was part of the "Dodecapolis" of 12 leading city-states. You can visit its antiques markets, the church of San Francesco, and the home of Giorgio Vasari which has become a museum, Casa Vasari.