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Arezzo Art and Wine

Arezzo Art and Wine - Arezzo, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Arezzo, Italy

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$100.51

Discover the thousand-year old cultural heritage of Arezzo, the hidden gem of Eastern Tuscany. We will walk you through all iconic places of our home town for a fantastic journey back in time: the Roman Amphitheatre, the Medieval Piazza Grande and its tangle of narrow lanes, the Medicean Fortress, the gothic Cathedral, the world-renowned frescos by Piero della Francesca and the mesmerising Casa Museo Ivan Bruschi ... More info ›

Discover the thousand-year old cultural heritage of Arezzo, the hidden gem of Eastern Tuscany. We will walk you through all iconic places of our home town for a fantastic journey back in time: the Roman Amphitheatre, the Medieval Piazza Grande and its tangle of narrow lanes, the Medicean Fortress, the gothic Cathedral, the world-renowned frescos by Piero della Francesca and the mesmerising Casa Museo Ivan Bruschi. We will end our tour in an organic winery in the hills just above the old town for a unique wine tasting experience. You will get the chance to taste Arezzo’s best wine accompanied by some tasty antipasti (vegetarian/vegan variations upon request) as the sun slowly sets over the vineyard

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Stop At: Arezzo Cathedral, Piazza Del Duomo, 1, 52100 Arezzo AR, Italy

Visit to the cathedral with the fresco Maddalena by Piero della Francesca

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: San Francesco, Arezzo, Piazza S. Francesco, 52100 Arezzo AR, Italy

A stop at the basilica with the cycle of frescos The Legend of the Holy Cross by Piero della Francesca

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Ivan Bruschi House & Museum, Corso Italia 14, 52100, Arezzo Italy

Guided visit to the incredible collection of Ivan Bruschi, founder of Arezzo Antiques Fair

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Podere di Pomaio Green Winery, Localita Pomaio 19, 52100, Arezzo Italy

A guided visit of Podere di Pomaio Organic Winery with a wine tasting at sunset

Duration: 2 hours

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Poetic Valdorcia

Poetic Valdorcia - Arezzo, Italy

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Arezzo, Italy

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$178.68

The Valdorcia Valley is the most iconic image of Tuscany all over the world. It is recognised as World Heritage Site by UNESCO ... More info ›

The Valdorcia Valley is the most iconic image of Tuscany all over the world. It is recognised as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Discover this masterpiece of nature and human labour with our slow-paced tour that will let you enjoy its treasures. Galavent through the small lanes of Pienza, a town designed according to the Renaissance canons of beauty.

Chill out in the Medicean gardens of dormant San Quirico d’Orcia and enjoy the views over gentle hills dotted with medieval hamlets, cypress and olive trees. Let ancient villas and churches invite you to day-dream. Valdorcia is a landscape symphony that will touch your heart.

Fearing an aesthetic overload? No worries, delicious food is also part of this tour: Pienza is well known for its fantastic pecorino cheese! We will finish our tour in Bagno Vignoni, a unique hamlet where an ancient source of thermal water springs out right in the middle of the local piazza. A short stay in one of the local SPAs can be arranged upon request!

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Stop At: Cappella della Madonna di Vitaleta, Via Dante Alighieri 78, 53027 San Quirico d'Orcia Italy

At the entrance of the valley we will walk shortly to discover one of Tuscan's most iconic places: the little countryside chapel of Vitaleta.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: San Quirico d'Orcia Italy

After Pienza our tour continues to the hidden gem of Valdorcia San Quirico: here we will have a walk in the Medicean Gardens, we will visit the old Collegiata Church and enjoy a light lunch in the old town.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Terme Bagno Vignoni, Piazza delle Sorgenti, 53027 Bagno Vignoni Italy

Bagno Vignoni will amaze you with its hot thermal water spring just in the middle of the main square, furthemore we will walk to see the natural thermal pools just outside the walls. A stay at the local Spa can be arranged upon request

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Historic Centre of the City of Pienza, near Montepulciano Italy

We will walk you to the main gate to Pienza and you will have one hour to enjoy the atmosphere, taste some nice pecorino cheese and stroll around the narrow lanes of this little pearl of Renaissance architecture.

Duration: 1 hour

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Arezzo private guided walking tour

Arezzo private guided walking tour - Arezzo, Italy

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Arezzo, Italy

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$301.53

During this 2.5-hour private tour your expert guide will take you through the most important and interesting sports in the beautiful city Arezzo.

Although still far from most of the touristic flows, this mid-sized Tuscan city is truly beautiful and its historic center represents a hidden gem of the Tuscany region.

Follow your expert guide and discover the Cathedral of St. Peter and Donato, then walk through St ... More info ›

During this 2.5-hour private tour your expert guide will take you through the most important and interesting sports in the beautiful city Arezzo.

Although still far from most of the touristic flows, this mid-sized Tuscan city is truly beautiful and its historic center represents a hidden gem of the Tuscany region.

Follow your expert guide and discover the Cathedral of St. Peter and Donato, then walk through St. Francis square until you reach the Church of St. Mary of the Pieve. After that, you'll find yourself surrounded by the beautiful Piazza Grande, that also represents the beautiful square appearing in Roberto Benigni's most famous film La vita è bella (Life is Beautiful).

Continue your walk and spot the monument dedicated to the famous poet Francesco Petrarca, then stop a bit to admire the majestic Medici's fortress.

One final tip: you might want to bring along your camera!

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Pass By: Church of San Francesco Arezzo, Piazza San Francesco, Arezzo Italy

Walk through St. Francis square...

Stop At: Santa Maria della Pieve, Corso Italia, 7, 52100 Arezzo AR, Italy

Visit the Church of St. Mary of the Pieve...

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Piazza Grande, Arezzo Italy

Explore Piazza Grande, that also represents the beautiful square appearing in Roberto Benigni's most famous film La vita è bella (Life is Beautiful).

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Monumento a Francesco Petrarca, Via Madonna Laura, 52100, Arezzo Italy

Spot the monument dedicated to the famous poet Francesco Petrarca, then stop a bit to admire the majestic Medici's fortress.

Duration: 15 minutes

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Arezzo Walking Tour - Private 2 hours Guided Tour

Arezzo Walking Tour - Private 2 hours Guided Tour - Arezzo, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Arezzo, Italy

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$17.87

Sitting on top of a hill at the junction of the 4 valleys that compose its province, Arezzo was a great Etruscan and Roman city. In the Middle Ages Guido Tarlati, important Bishop in the XIV century, turned the city into a great cultural and artistic centre.

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Stop At: Piazza Grande, Arezzo Italy

At the end of the XIV century Arezzo went under the domination of Florence and the Medici family, thus changing its direction in history. Arezzo’s historic centre still shows several beautiful masterpieces of Italian art which are featured in my guided walking tours: its 1000-year-old Parish Church dedicated to the Virgin Mary, its gothic Cathedral with a complex marble altar (Arca of Saint Donato, Arezzo’s protector), its medieval Dominican and Franciscan churches (the former houses a crucifix painted by a young Cimabue, the latter world famous frescoes by Piero della Francesca), numerous medieval palaces, Piazza Grande (the main square) with its tower houses that form the perfect scenery for the Antique Market (the oldest and most known in Italy that takes place on the first Sunday of each month) and for the Joust of the Saracen (on 3rd Saturday of June and 1st Sunday of September) – all this reminds us of Arezzo’s glorious history and culture.

Duration: 2 hours

Sitting on top of a hill at the junction of the 4 valleys that compose its province, Arezzo was a great Etruscan and Roman city. In the Middle Ages Guido Tarlati, important Bishop in the XIV century, turned the city into a great cultural and artistic centre.

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Stop At: Piazza Grande, Arezzo Italy

At the end of the XIV century Arezzo went under the domination of Florence and the Medici family, thus changing its direction in history. Arezzo’s historic centre still shows several beautiful masterpieces of Italian art which are featured in my guided walking tours: its 1000-year-old Parish Church dedicated to the Virgin Mary, its gothic Cathedral with a complex marble altar (Arca of Saint Donato, Arezzo’s protector), its medieval Dominican and Franciscan churches (the former houses a crucifix painted by a young Cimabue, the latter world famous frescoes by Piero della Francesca), numerous medieval palaces, Piazza Grande (the main square) with its tower houses that form the perfect scenery for the Antique Market (the oldest and most known in Italy that takes place on the first Sunday of each month) and for the Joust of the Saracen (on 3rd Saturday of June and 1st Sunday of September) – all this reminds us of Arezzo’s glorious history and culture.

Duration: 2 hours

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Arezzo Walking Tour with Professional Guide

Arezzo Walking Tour with Professional Guide - Arezzo, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Arezzo, Italy

From USD
$212.19

Sitting on top of a hill at the junction of the 4 valleys that compose its province, Arezzo was a great Etruscan and Roman city. In the Middle Ages Guido Tarlati, important Bishop in the XIV century, turned the city into a great cultural and artistic centre.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Piazza Grande, Arezzo Italy

At the end of the XIV century Arezzo went under the domination of Florence and the Medici family, thus changing its direction in history. Arezzo’s historic centre still shows several beautiful masterpieces of Italian art which are featured in my guided walking tours: its 1000-year-old Parish Church dedicated to the Virgin Mary, its gothic Cathedral with a complex marble altar (Arca of Saint Donato, Arezzo’s protector), its medieval Dominican and Franciscan churches (the former houses a crucifix painted by a young Cimabue, the latter world famous frescoes by Piero della Francesca), numerous medieval palaces, Piazza Grande (the main square) with its tower houses that form the perfect scenery for the Antique Market (the oldest and most known in Italy that takes place on the first Sunday of each month) and for the Joust of the Saracen (on 3rd Saturday of June and 1st Sunday of September) – all this reminds us of Arezzo’s glorious history and culture.

Duration: 2 hours

Sitting on top of a hill at the junction of the 4 valleys that compose its province, Arezzo was a great Etruscan and Roman city. In the Middle Ages Guido Tarlati, important Bishop in the XIV century, turned the city into a great cultural and artistic centre.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Piazza Grande, Arezzo Italy

At the end of the XIV century Arezzo went under the domination of Florence and the Medici family, thus changing its direction in history. Arezzo’s historic centre still shows several beautiful masterpieces of Italian art which are featured in my guided walking tours: its 1000-year-old Parish Church dedicated to the Virgin Mary, its gothic Cathedral with a complex marble altar (Arca of Saint Donato, Arezzo’s protector), its medieval Dominican and Franciscan churches (the former houses a crucifix painted by a young Cimabue, the latter world famous frescoes by Piero della Francesca), numerous medieval palaces, Piazza Grande (the main square) with its tower houses that form the perfect scenery for the Antique Market (the oldest and most known in Italy that takes place on the first Sunday of each month) and for the Joust of the Saracen (on 3rd Saturday of June and 1st Sunday of September) – all this reminds us of Arezzo’s glorious history and culture.

Duration: 2 hours

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