Arezzo Italy, travel guide to Arezzo and its province, Tuscany Italy

Arezzo Рis set in the south-east of Tuscany, in the middle of four valleys which radiate off from the town: the Val Tiberina , Casentino, Valdarno and Valdichiana.

The artistic city itinerary incudes highly interesting elements with extremely original characteristics, the Antique Furniture Exhibition that takes place the first week end of every month.

Apart from Valtiberina with its works of art, pastures and woodland, the area also offers splendid landscapes where you can find famous monastic settlements, completely surrounded by century-old trees and numerous romanesque parishes.

From the city of Cortona, at 600 m. the valley extends like a garden. Cortona is a great artistic and cultural attraction not only for its Etruscan past, of which many significant tokens have remained, but also for many architectural and pictorial works of different epochs.

If this is your first time in Arezzo, follow this link and find a comprensive guide to the area, with suggested places to see. Click here if you wants only to know the must see places of master.

Towns: Arezzo town – Anghiari – Badia Tedalda – Bibbiena – Bucine – Capolona – Caprese Michelangelo – Castel Focognano – Castelfranco di Sopra – Castel San Niccol√≤ – Castiglion Fibocchi – Castiglion Fiorentino – Cavriglia – Chitignano – Chiusi della Verna – Civitella in Val Di Chiana – Cortona – Foiano della Chiana – Laterina – Loro Ciuffenna – Lucignano – Marciano della Chiana – Montemignaio – Monte San Savino – Monterchi – Montevarchi – Ortignano Raggiolo – Pergine – Pian di sco’ – Poppi – Pieve Santo Stefano – Pratovecchio – San Giovanni Valdarno – Sansepolcro – Sestino – Stia – Subbiano – Talla – Terranuova Bracciolini