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Highlights in Arezzo
- Traditional cuisine
- Monuments and culture
- Nature and landscapes
- A film set
- Renaissance art
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The town of Arezzo is located in the heart of Italian Tuscany. For first time visitors it is always a good idea to choose a holiday rental in the centre of Arezzo to get to know its beautiful monuments within a walking distance. Areas such as San Giuseppe have a good range of ideal accommodation to enjoy an unforgettable time in a comfortable and quiet way. But in addition, this small town is surrounded by small towns like Castiglion Fiorentino that offer the peace and tranquillity of the best Tuscan fields. The big properties in Arezzo are a unique opportunity to enjoy cosy and very quiet holiday rentals in the countryside.A wonderful stay surrounded by nature
From charming holiday rentals in the centre of Arezzo equipped with all the comforts to those with traditional architecture around the town centre and completely surrounded by nature. The holiday rentals you can find in Arezzo are spacious and big enough to host your family and a large group of friends. This is an ideal setting for romantic holidays too! You can select as many amenities as you like and choose from the wide range of options on Holidu including jacuzzis, patios, gardens, pets allowed or some space for the children to play outdoors.
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The area and getting around
Located southeast of Florence, the province and comune of Arezzo is incredibly rich in culture, art and history. Surrounded by the classic Tuscan landscape it boasts lush green valleys, stunning mountains and rock formations. These views of Ponte Buriano inspired Leonardo Da Vinci to create his “Monnalisa” and he used it as the backdrop of this unique painting. Arezzo is a good place to have your base and take day trips to visit Monte San Savino, Monterchi, Capolona, Anghiari, Cortona, Borgo San Sepolcro, Borgo San Lorenzo, Montepulciano, Poppi and Lucignano amongst others. Here you will discover traditional villages with its own story. Driving a car is the best option to move around and reach all the villages on your itinerary at your own pace.Charming destination
Arezzo is an ideal destination for those travellers who want to enjoy all the charms of nature and who, at the same time, want to make cultural visits. With landscapes of impressive beauty that blend in perfect harmony with the historical monuments and works of art that the passing of the centuries has been bequeathing to the city. The Casentino Valley, full of ancient forests; Valdarno, with its peculiar landscapes of golden reliefs; or the wealth of wonders that Val di Chiana awaits us are just some of the places that you can visit and that will leave you with your mouth open if you decide to stay in Arezzo. But in addition, there is a great variety of cultural and artistic itineraries through the city of Arezzo itself that allow you to admire the paintings, architecture and sculptures that turn it into a unique city in all of Italy despite its small size. A territory where nature and the hand of man have created a fascinating set that never ceases to amaze the traveller.
Travellers and activities
If you love visiting museums the city of Arezzo flaunts its past with several museums that show and help you understand the importance that the region had in the past. The Vasari House, the Medieval Art Museum or the Petrarca House Museum are some of the places that cannot be left out of your tour in this beautiful town. But in addition, the city has many architectural attractions of great historical value that you cannot miss. The work of such important artists as Piero della Francesca, Miguel Ángel, Masaccio, Pietro da Cortona or Luca Signorelli. Stroll around Arezzo and visit these wonderful cultural gems.Arezzo for nature lovers
In the vicinity of Arezzo you can find some natural sites that will surprise you with their richness. Especially recommended is a visit to the Bandella e Valle Dell’Inferno nature reserve, a corner where you can stroll, go on hiking trails and get lost along leafy paths full of lush green vegetation. All this makes Arezzo an ideal destination both for those who wish to relax and for those who enjoy being in contact with nature. The incredible landscapes invite you to walk and hike in Etruria, Parco Nazionale delle Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona e Campigna, Pratovecchio or Belvedere di Cortona.
Arezzo was the film set for Roberto Beningni’s film “Life is beautiful''.
Top 5 travel tips in Arezzo
Arezzo's main square is the perfect place to begin your exploration of the city. This is the authentic heart of the town, right in the middle, surrounded by its beautiful buildings that reflect a fusion of medieval and Renaissance architecture. Start your route and explore every corner!2. Climb the clock tower
In one of the corners of the main square, you will see the clock tower at Palazzo della fraternita dei Laici, a stunning structure that is a total must-see in Arezzo. Get to the top of the tower and enjoy the sweeping views of the city and the Tuscan hills as far as the eye can see.3. Arezzo for gourmets
After your cultural visits or your day trips, the best thing to do is tasting the typical products of the region and indulge in Tuscany products. Enjoy a platter of delicious cheese and jams, prosciutto ham, have some tasty nuts, superb truffles and mouth watering meats and sausages. Have some bistecca fiorentina, a gourmet burger or a signature meat dish at the restaurants open in historical buildings like Albikokka, Dal Moro, Alo-Burguer or Bistrot 31.4. Visit San Donato’s cathedral
San Donato is the main temple of the city of Arezzo. Its construction took place over several centuries, although the first areas are from the 13th century. The temple offers a vision of different styles perfectly combined, so do not hesitate to visit it and soak up its history.5. Visit Giorgio Vasaro’s house
Giorgio Vasari was born in Arezzo and he lived there most of his life. He was the first person using the term “Renaissance” in print. His house will impress you as you enter. The walls and ceilings are decorated by his works. Take your time and admire the impressive and elaborate paintings that fill in the house.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Arezzo
Arezzo is one of the most expensive cities in Italy! The price of a holiday rental is around £137.83 per night.
Travellers who want to be budget-friendly should travel to Arezzo in January, February, and March which are the months that offer the most discounts, with average prices of £109.65, £114.41, and £121.58 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Arezzo was July, with an average price of £166.84 per night. This was followed by May, with an average of £152.68, and June, with £151.82.
Considering the data observed in 2020, it is an excellent city for a spontaneous trip, since it has an average annual availablity of 58%, which is comparatively high.
The months that offer the most accommodation options, on average, are May (with an availability of 75.2%), June (67%), and April (63.5%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
Holiday rentals in Arezzo reach their peak in demand in August, with an availability rate of 34.8%. The second most requested month is December, with 52.5%, and the third is July with 53.5%.
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