Founded first as an Etruscan – perhaps even pre-Etruscan, settlement, Arezzo was occupied by the Romans who left their traces with their imposing buildings, including an amphitheater that can still be seen today. A free medieval town, the most important monuments of the city date back to that time: a Gothic-style cathedral, Piazza Grande with Vasari’s Loggia, the Medici Fortress for military purposes, and then the house of Laura’s poet in love with Laura – the Petrarca -, and the birthplace of Vasari, now a museum. In Italian history Vasari is the first true historian of art that our country has had: it is precisely his home, richly furnished and painted, with works of inestimable value for its features and historical heritage.
End a visit to Arezzo with the tasting of excellent wines: in the twinkling of an eye you will be transported to the green hills of Chianti, home of one of the most renowned wines in the world.
There is no fee for entering the city, however tourist buses can only be parked in areas dedicated to them. All information on this subject can be found on the official channel of the municipality of Arezzo, at the address: http://www.benvenutiadarezzo.it/app.php/it/utillita/ztl_accesso/46.
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