Discovering Arezzo

Arezzo is the largest city in our area and is a treasure chest: walking through its narrow streets will take you back in time to the Middle Ages that still persist in the architecture of the city. Arezzo contains 25 centuries of history and traces of its glorious past are preserved in the historic center and around the city.

What is there to see in Arezzo?

Although part of the medieval city was destroyed during the Second World War, the center of Arezzo still boasts beautiful monuments, churches, palaces and museums. Your visit cannot but start from Piazza Grande (also called Piazza Vasari), undoubtedly one of the most beautiful squares in Italy. Created by the architect Vasari and shaped on a slope, it is a marvel overlooked by important buildings such as Palazzo Tofani, the Torre dei Lappoli, the Logge del Vasari, the Pieve di Santa Maria, the Palazzo del Tribunale and the Palazzo della Fraternità dei Laici. If you are in Arezzo on the first weekend of the month, the appointment with Fiera Antiquaria, the city’s vintage market, is held in Piazza Grande.