A absolute must see in the area. We didn't think about coming here but did not regret one second doing so. The piazza where La Vita e Bella was shot... so...
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Arezzo is nice and somehow quiet, modest place. It is not overcrowded like Florence, Siena or Pisa, and most of the historical attractions are free to visit. Square has a unique tranquil atmosphere. Get a table in one of the pubs on the square and...More
We entered Arezzo from Florence and were very much looking forward to seeing Piazza Grande which we pictured with different flags, castle looking like structures and which is the central point of Arezzo. We had very much difficulty finding any parking. The place was fully...More
Piazza Grande is one of the core places in Arezzo, together with il Duomo, Piazza San Domenico and the Roman amphitheater. However, Piazza Grande is perhaps the most scenographic and contains variaous architectural jewels, the square itself is a precious composition of such fine buildings....More
We visited Arezzo as regenerated teenagers (elderly) in June when it was 80 plus degrees to see the 'Joust of the Saracens'. We stayed at La Striscia Agritouriscmo just outside city, recommended. You need tickets for this event 60 Euro for seats. Do not go...More
Being one of the more famous squares in Arezzo, one must make a quick stop to the Piazza Grande. When here, there was an opera taking place in the square. I sat and watched the production of "Cosi Fan Tutte" and drank a glass of...More