Essential Arezzo Information
Arezzo & surrounding area restaurants
Lo Strettoio 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 89161Read more
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.Read more
SHOPPING 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 902466Read more
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Emilia Romagna Day Trip: Museo Ferrari with Optional Test Drive, Balsamic Vinegar Tour and Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese Factory
Leave Siena and discover three highlights of Italy’s must-visit Emilia Romagna region: Museo Ferrari, a Modena balsamic vinegar estate and Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese Factory in Modena. Learn all about the country’s favorite sports car on a tour, and then upgrade to include a 10- or 20-minute Ferrari or Lamborghini test drive, if you wish! Spend the rest of the trip learning about Emilia Romagna’s much-lauded culinary heritage, and sample prestigious balsamic vinegar and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese from Modena.from 125,69 US Dollar
Pisa Semi-Independent Half Day Tour by Bus from Florence
Experience an easy way to visit the wonderful Pisa and enjoy a 5-hours round trip tour to the leaning tower's city by bus from Florence. Listen to your knowledgeable hostess during the bus trip about the art, history and beautiful landscape of the city.
Upon arrival, you will visit Pisa on your own. Explore the city at your own pace, choose to stay around Piazza dei Miracoli or to enter the beautiful typical narrow streets and discover some less-known highlights.
At the end of the visit, meet again with your hostess and catch your bus back to Florence.
Accademia Gallery Independent Morning Tour
This is the perfect tour for all those customers who wish to visit the Accademia Gallery in total freedom and at their own pace, guided by an audio commentary of expert art historians recorded in their own language.from 41,13 US Dollar
Florence Photography Walking Tour: Palaces, Palazzos and Bridges
Turn your vacation snaps into masterpieces on this 3-hour private photography walking tour of Florence. With a professional photographer guide, explore the exquisite Piazza della Signoria and Ponte Vecchio, plus some of the city’s lesser-known sights as you learn how to capture their beauty on camera. Choose between the Birth of Renaissance tour that focuses on Florence’s Renaissance gems; or book the Palaces, Palazzos and Bridges tour that adds the Palazzo Pitti and Boboli Gardens to the itinerary. Receive full attention from your guide on this private tour.from 85,7 US Dollar