Essential Arezzo Information
Arezzo & surrounding area restaurants
Località Pian di Chena, Laterina.
Lo Strettoio is a restuarant and pizzaria. It has typical Tuscana food, which you can enjoy while relaxing on the large verranda and admiring the view over the garden.
Tel: +39 0575 89161
Things to do
Arezzo is a town in the Tuscan province, situated on a hillside that is 296 meters above the sea level, between Casentino, Valdichiana and Valdarno.
Archaeological remains are evidence of its existence since VI century. The town remained important during Roman times.
Supermarkets - There are two large Coop supermarkets which have the usual opening hour of 8.00 to 21.00 on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. One is closed on Monday mornings and the other is closed on Wednesdays.
Also in the town there is a variety of small grocery stores with typical products.
Banks - There are various banks with cash dispensers that accept Credit Cards. Banks are open in the mornings.
Mass - There are a number of Churches in Arezzo which have regular masses. There is a Sunday service hourly from 7:00 to 12:00 and also one at 18:00.
Petrol -There are several petrol stations that operate a 24 hour machine service, you will need a 5, 10 or 20 Euro note when they are closed. They are normally open Monday to Friday 7:30 to 12:30 and 15:00 to 19:00. On rotation basis at least one petrol station is open on Saturday and Sunday
Chemist - The Farmacia Comunale n.1 is always open 24h per day
Via CAMPO DI MARTE 7
Tel: +39 0575 902466
Experience an official tuscany tour with
Entrance and Guided Tour of Santa Croce Basilica
Enjoy a small group tour of the Basilica of Santa Croce, known as the Temple of the Glories of Italy. As a mausoleum for important personalities, it houses the tombs of the painter and sculptor Michelangelo, the author Dante, and the scientist Galileo.from 46,62 US Dollar
Full Day Tuscany Vespa Tour with Lunch from Florence
Enjoy a day riding along peaceful Tuscan roads and through the local hills on an 8-hours original Vespa scooter tour.
Experience a unique way of visit Tuscany, and stop for a wine tasting and delicious lunch along the way.
Private Gluten-Free Cooking Class in Florence
Experience a private, gluten-free cooking class in Florence and learn how to cook the best Italian recipes using natural gluten-free ingredients. During the class, you will learn how to prepare gluten-free pasta, pizza, gnocchi, tiramisu, and much more.from 220,94 US Dollar
Skip the Line: Accademia Tour
Skip the line and join a guided tour inside the Accademia museum to admire Michelangelo's Davi.
Note: Tickets are not included in the price of the tour. Tour price is to hold tickets and skip the line only.