Province of Arezzo
Spend a relaxing Tuscan holiday when staying at the Relais Villa Belpoggio in Loro Ciufenna, situated in the very heart of the Chianti District.
All the delightful guest rooms and apartments have unique, individual features and overlook the... continue
Rendola Riding is an organic olive farm and well-known riding-centre belonging to Jenny Bawtree, an Englishwoman enamoured of the Tuscan countryside. It is situated in the Chianti hills 50km south of Florence and is easily accessible by car or... continue
Loro Ciuffenna is the perfect destination for those looking for a true taste of Tuscany. First settled over two thousand years ago, the ancient town plays host to some of the oldest and most unique medieval architecture in the area.
Many places in the world are known for their beauty, and Italy is definitely one of them. With millions of tourists visiting every year, La Bella Italia has become one of the most popular holiday destinations ever and it looks like this trend will... continue
If you are one of those people who like to visit interesting places during your holidays rather than spending your days doing nothing but sunbathing on a beach or going clubbing at night, little countries in the world will satisfy your needs as much... continue
There are many people who want their holidays to be as relaxing as ever, but there are other people who like to stay as active as possible even during their holidays. If you are part both of the first or of the second category, Villa Portoverde... continue
In Cortona the Franciscan ideal has found strength in the figure of Saint Margaret, whose spirituality is kept unchanged in his sanctuary. Within the city you can admire the church of San Francesco. The route is to stop the pilgrimage to the... continue
Roberto Benigni was born in Misericordia, a village in the province of Arezzo, on the 27th October 1952, still young, he moved to Vergaio, a village not far from his home in Prato. Benigni is still attached to his beloved Tuscany and it shows... continue
If you are looking for a good spot to rest a while and soak up some views, the cathedral backs on to the town park, the Passeggio del Prato, with the ubiquitous ruined Medici fortress at the far end.It is the oldest and most suggestive park of... continue
Pieve di Santa Maria is one of the main Romanesque churches in Toscana. It was built in 1140 over a church dating of before 1000; it was enriched with Gothic elements in the 14th century and restored in the 19th century. Its Romanesque façade of the... continue
Piazza Grande is the main square of Arezzo, where the traditional Giostra del Saracino takes place, where medieval knights joust and compete. This feast dates of the 13 century, which make it one of the most ancient folkloric celebrations in Europe.... continue
The church of San Francesco, originally erected in the 13th century, was rebuilt in Gothic style between 1318 and 1377. It was restored at the beginning of the 20th century. The façade was left unfinished. The inside contains the famous Leggenda... continue
Arezzo is a beautiful art and cultural rich in art city which awaits you to make you live wonderful moments in your Italian trip. Arezzo is an ancient city of Etrurian origin, location of many craft arts linked to gold and silver works and hosting a... continue
Arezzo, located in the valley in which there is the first part of Arno river, is a wonderful Tuscan city famous for its medieval atmospheres which even today are still vivid. Located about 80 miles in the south of Florence, one of the best tourists... continue
Cortona was one of the twelve cities of the Etruscan League. Of its primitive cyclopean walls one can still look at the impressive features incorporated in the medieval walls. Apart from a few fine Renaissance palaces, the prevailing character of... continue
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