The city of Arezzo
Situated at the intersection of four valleys: the Valdarno, the Valdichiana, the Valtiberina and the Casentino, Arezzo is a town in south-eastern Tuscan that has maintained its Medieval structure. The Basilica di San Francesco is the most important monument of this city so rich in places to interest, such as the Cathedral and the Pieve di Santa Maria. The church houses the "Legend of the True Cross", the famous cycle of frescoes by Piero della Francesca.
To those who love events, Arezzo offers the "Giostra del Saracino" (Saracen Joust) and the famous antiques fair.

The sourroundings…
Spending your holidays in Arezzo offers you the occasion for visiting the many historical towns scattered in the surrounding countryside - Cortona, Poppi, Sansepolcro, Bibbiena and Anghiari, as well as the most famous cities of central Italy, such as Florence, Siena and Perugia.

The luxuriant Casentino forests, where the Arno river springs, is an oasis of history and spirituality: the sanctuaries of Camaldoli and La Verna, where Saint Francis of Assisi received the stigmata, are ideal for plunging in the mystical atmosphere of the woods.

The Mall: This luxury outlet center with top made-in-Italy brands at bargain prices
Fiera dell’antiquariato: Arezzo hosts an important antiques fair on the first week end of every month.
Mercatale: Ecological sustainability, good prices and local products are the keywords of this itinerant market held every saturday in a different part of the province of Arezzo.