Arezzo. ...for us

For those who have finished with Florence, and want to explore the rest of Tuscany, the classic traveller's route runs either due south – to the vineyards of Chianti, the towers and Palio of Siena and San Gimignano, the hill towns between Montalcino and Montepulciano – or west to Pisa, Lucca and the coast. Aside from Cortona – a lovely town popularised, and in high season very nearly ruined, by Frances Mayes's well-meaning memoir Under the Tuscan Sun – eastern Tuscany gets far less attention.

That is a huge bonus for those who do make it to the region's vibrant little capital, Arezzo, just an hour by train from Florence. They come to this half-forgotten corner, in steady but never excessive numbers, drawn mostly by the joyful frescoes of the Renaissance artist Piero della Francesca, and discover a city rich in art and architecture but mostly free of crowds.

As well as being an attraction in its own right, Arezzo is also the jumping-off point for the Casentino valley, an area dotted with Romanesque chapels, medieval castles – one of which hosted Dante – and good restaurants. Two important Franciscan sites, the monasteries of La Verna and Camaldoli, lie high in the wooded mountains that ring the valley.

Tempted? Here is how to make the most of the city and its region.


Where art and tradition converge 

The town lies in the foothills of the Appenines fanning out into the broad fertile river valleys of the Arno, Tiber, Casentino, and Valdichiana. Arezzo is the administrative and economic capital of the large province of the same name, whose economy over the last fifty years has grown rapidly, shifting from agriculture to industry. It is now a majorgoldsmith center while tourism is the town’s other major employer. Arezzo's ability to combine its cultural heritage with a modern entrepreneurial identity makes it an important centre for the whole of eastern Tuscany.
Eight defensive walls have been constructed around the the hill on which the ancient town was built, each larger than the previous one. The most recent wall, built in the 16th century, effectively curbed urban expansion until modern times. Each time the town's boundaries expanded a 'new' Arezzo emerged, blending with the pre-existing town. This is the key to Arezzo's historical identity: the sum of very different parts - medieval Arezzo, the town of the grand-dukes, the Medici and the rule of Lorraine. This fundamental aspect of the town’s character helps us understand how the 'new' town, inspired by late 19th-century town-planning principles, could so readily connect to the 'old' town
At the top of the hill, the Piazza Grande is at the heart of the town. As in the earlier walled Etruscan settlement (6th–5th century BC), the forum of the Roman city was in or near this square, perched between the hills of San Pietro (where the cathedral now stands) and San Donato (today occupied by the Fortress). Arezzo used to be as major a center for farming and industryas Romeand Capua in ancient times. It was famous for itsspelt wheat, bronze statues and terracotta. The works that have survived (including the bronze Chimera, now in Florence) show the high level of technical and aesthetic sophistication achieved. In Augustan times, items made of 'sealed Arezzo earth' (ceramics) were much sought-after.The walls built in 1194, along what is now Via Garibaldi, enclosed a town of 20,000 inhabitants. The town was organized into the four quarters that compete in the Saracen Tournament to this day. The Studio Generale or university (the successor to the episcopal school whose illustrious pupils included Guido Monaco) added cultural importance. Arezzo produced such geniuses as Guittone and the eclectic Ristoro. "Alas! Now is the season of great woe”, sang the great 13th-century poet Guittone d’Arezzo. The defeat of Arezzo by the Guelphs of Florence at Campaldino in 1289 was a severe blow to the rich and powerful Ghibelline commune, which had adorned its 'acropolis' with churches and public buildings.
Between the 13th and the 14th centuries the town expanded fan-wise as can still be seen on modern town maps, with main thoroughfares leading toward the Chiana riverand Florence. Before Florentine expansion overwhelmed Arezzo’s independence, the town enjoyed one further period of progress under the pro-imperial bishop Guido Tarlati(1319-27). Tarlati helped to bring about economic and cultural developments: art and architecture flourished, and work began on the new walls that were to form the largest defence system the town had ever known. When Guido died his brother Pier Saccone was unable to continue the work and in 1384, the town of Arezzo and the surrounding territory, were incorporated into the Florentine state.DECLINE AND RECOVERY
The 15th century brought both decline (in the population and social life) and some economic recovery. The town’s main architects were Florentines (Bernardo Rossellino, Benedetto and Giuliano da Maiano, Antonio da Sangallo the Elder and his brother Giuliano) but it was the work of Piero della Francesca, that was fundamental to early Renaissance art: the "Legend of the True Cross" fresco on the apse walls of the church of St. Francis. The town lost its most cherished landmarkswhen the Florentine Grand Duke Cosimo I demolished the towers, churches (including the old cathedral built by Pionta) and other private buildings that smacked of political autonomy. In their place appeared new walls (1538) and a star-shaped fortress.


Arezzo began to take its present form in the second half of the 18th century, but it was not until a century later, with the arrival of the railroad (1866), that urban redevelopment really began. The 'new town' grew up around Arezzo’s ancient core, without impinging upon it. The town that greets visitors today is remarkable in the sheer abundance of its art and architecture, and its culture and local traditions: a rich heritage, ranging from awe-inspiring monuments to smaller treasures, offering interesting insights into a town and civilization.

Today Arezzo, situated within striking distance of Firenze, Perugia, Siena, and numerous small hill towns like Cortona, is the provincial capitol of Toscana.  Arezzo is different from many towns in Toscana: no sweeping views, no fresco colored villas with red tile roofs as far as the eye can see. It’s not on a river, however both the Arno and the Tiber originate north of Arezzo in the hills and pass through the area. It sits on a low hill in the Clanis valley.  It’s not famous for leather goods, food, wine, famous museums and great restaurants but it has all of these things. 

Arezzo today is home to hard working people who take great pride in their history and the artists and writers who lived and worked in Arezzo. Those artists include della Francesca, Signorelli, Cimabue, Angelico and others. Arezzo was the birthplace of Petrarch and Giorgio Vasari. Despite the difficulties of funding public works, the city is restoring the Teatro Petrarca. The Vasari home is now a beautiful museum with splendid painted walls and ceilings. They are also hard at work excavating the Roman amphitheater and renovating the adjacent Archaeology Museum.

Arezzo does not live for tourists; it welcomes them and you see groups wandering around the sites every day.  Arezzo does live for antiques.  It has a regional antique show once a month and a really big one once a year.  There are antique shops everywhere you look within the historic center. 

If this isn’t enough, there is great shopping and great prices on via d’Italia and via Cavour! We each treated ourselves to a new something: Ken a dynamite sports jacket and brilliant scarf, and for moi, a dazzling sweater with lace down the back and peeking out around the bottom of the sweater. Arezzo really is a marvelous place to stay and experience authentic Italian life.

Pietro L'Aretino

" In art, immorality cannot exist.

Art is always sacred"
- August Rodin

To render Aretino’s Sonneti lussuriosi into English (or, for that matter, into almost any other language) with anything approaching literalness would be to achieve a work of unredeemed pornography; and while pornography undoubtedly has its value in this republic, it is not the end sought here, which is to gve as accurate as possible an idea of Aretino’s work. Such a procedure on the part of the translator would, accordingly, be an unfaithfulness to his author; it would be, as translators too often do, to betray the latter by a false faithfulness. For the Italian, in portraying the nuances and delicate shadings of debauchery, possesses certain advantages which are not to be found outside the Latin dialects. Take the Seven Freudian Sins and set them to music and the effect is rather different from that attained by our harsh nordic gutturals. Even the Germans, whom we may sometimes take to have been the inventors of sensual expression in paint and words, have found this to be true. Upon reading over my own version, I am convinced it is nearer the spirit of the original than any of the alleged literal renderings I have seen. In view of the invincible pruderies (“retincenes is the college professor’s word) of our English speech, it is as faithful as it feasibly could be. Incidentally, it is better poetry.


Gold Fair Arezzo 18/21 April 2015

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Arezzo Equestrian Centre

For the Arezzo Equestrian Centre the 2014 season is filled with important events and the centre is now one of the most active locations in the international equestrian world  for hosting important  events. Last year marked the Arezzo Equestrian Centre’s arrival in the panorama of locations used for International Equestrian Federation official events,  hosting the European Pony Championships and the San Marino CSIO, a leg in the Furusiyya Nations Cup. Both events were very successful, and  the centre’s march towards international excellence will continue with an even more intense programme in 2014. The season will begin and end with two events that are the Arezzo Equestrian Centre’s fortes. The four-week long Toscana Tour, that lasts from March 18th to April 13th, is an event that has been held for ten years with increasingly important results and ever more important riders taking part, and the San Marino Arezzo CSIO (September 18th to September 21st ), first hosted with great success in 2013 under the aegis of the San Marino Equestrian Federation. Further acknowledgement has come with the Centre being chosen by the FEI to host the European Jumping and Dressage Championships for Young Riders, Juniors & Children, scheduled for July.









Ponte Buriano and Mona Lisa - Arezzo

Mona Lisa and Buriano Bridge

We no longer have   the Mona Lisa?   We  have Buriano   Bridge   ... near   Arezzo, 10   minutes by car or   bus. 

It was built   around   the second half   of 1200.   Buriano   bridge,   the bridge   of the Mona Lisa: Leonardo da   Vinci   knew   this place   and  this is proved by a map of the area   preserved   in Windsor, drawn by him.   The   most brilliant   intuition   is that   the area   with   Aretino   Buriano   Bridge   is the landscape   of the Mona Lisa's   enigmatic painting.   Behind her   smiling face   you can see the   humpbacked bridge   identified by some   scholars   and even more   in the distance the badlands   of the   Valdarno seem to appear,   eroded   pinnacles   of clay   called "Cliffs".   It's a proof that   Leonardo   had   in his mind   the geography   of these   places.
The   Mona Lisa, the best known and   admired picture of the world, now is   in the Louvre. “ Its landscape   still throbbing  is Buriano   Bridge"   (Charles   Starnazzi).   Arezzo   and its territory   has   expanded its   geographical limits in a short time and achieved   a   planetary resonance.
The   Mona Lisa   Leonardo   Da   Vinci   ...   No land   can   boast   of a celebrity   so abrupt.
I think we should   absolutely   support this   unexpected, but actual union after the studies   of Prof.Carlo   Starnazzi, passionate   student of   Leonardo,   have   highlighted the   relationship   that the artist   Leonardo had with   the land of   Arezzo and proved   how the represented landscape   behind   the Mona   Lisa   is   the one   identified   in   the   town of Ponte   Buriano   and   Valdarno’ cliffs.
Television and   newspapers around the   world have   repeatedly   concerned,   continue   and certainly   will continue   to be interested in   these   fascinating   discoveries.


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5 su 5 stelleRecensito 2 settimane fa

 Chi mi conosce sa che raramente do ottime valutazioni durante i miei viaggi, questo perché ogni volta trovo sempre una piccola pecca che non mi fa apprezzare appieno l'albergo in cui alloggio. In questo caso mi devo ricredere l'albergo è perfetto inoltre la proprietaria è assolutamente fantastica.

Un'attenzione nel confronti del cliente sempre con enormi sorrisi ed estrema cordialità per i propri ospiti si nota raramente soprattutto su alberghi di questa categoria. Ho passato due giorni perfetti perché la città è tra le più belle e più cortesi che abbia mai visto. Le persone sembra quasi che abbiano sempre voglia di aiutarti!

Qualora vi capitasse di essere in questa zona assolutamente soggiornate all'hotel l'aretino fidatevi che vi troverete benissimo.


4 su 5 stelleRecensito 4 settimane fa tramite dispositivo mobile


A pochi passi dalla stazione ferroviaria e dal centro storico. Camera pulita. Colazione a buffet con ottime torte casalinghe. Wi-fi gratuito. Personale estremamente cortese e disponibile (concessa disponibilità camera sino alle 12 del giorno di partenza senza sovrapprezzo).


4 su 5 stelleRecensito 4 settimane fa

Sono stato in questo hotel per lavoro... Mi hanno accolto alla reception dicendomi che mi avrebbero servito la colazione a qualsiasi ora fossi rientrato dal lavoro notturno, inoltre mi hanno detto che l'acqua del minibar e' in omaggio... Le camere sono abbastanza spaziose e così anche il bagno.... Dopo una nottata di lavoro siamo stati accolti (ore 05:00) dal portiere notturno che ci ha fatto accomodare nella sala per la colazione... Quest'ultima era abbondante e molto buona!!! Se siete vicino alla stazione è un buon posto dove alloggiare!!!


  • 4 su 5 stelleRecensito il 8 ottobre 2014

    Sono ritornata in questo hotel dopo vari anni. La gestione è cambiata e si vede! Camere spaziose, pulite con arredamento essenziale ma funzionale. La colazione molto soddisfacente con varietà di torte casalinghe. Il personale è cordialissimo e disponibile. Il tutto unito al fatto che è centralissimo e facile da raggiungere in macchina. Insomma, ottima sistemazione!

    • Ha soggiornato in Ottobre 2014, viaggiato per affari
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  • "Posizione strategica e personale disponibilissimo"

5 su 5 stelle Recensito il 27 ottobre 2013 NOVITÀ

Siamo appena tornati io e mio marito da un weekend romantico nella bellissima Arezzo. Abbiamo soggiornato in questo albergo dove il personale tutto ci ha "coccolato" e fatto sentire come a casa. L'albergo è situato in un punto strategico a pochi passi dal centro storico, e dalla stazione ferroviaria; per chi viene in macchina si ha la possibilità di usufruire di un parcheggio GRATUITO fornito dall'albergo, e controllato H24. La stanza dove abbiamo soggiornato è ampia e fornita di un bagno altrettanto grande ed accogliente. Il pezzo forte è comunque la COLAZIONE A BUFFET continentale: un trionfo di dolci fatti in casa, brioche, marmellate, yogurt, succhi di frutta, oltre naturalmente cappuccino, molto buono. Da consigliare vivamente.


4 su 5 stelleRecensito il 29 ottobre 2013 NOVITÀ

E' la terza volta che soggiorno ad Arezzo, la prima all' Hotel L'Aretino .... e non sarà l'ultima! Mi sono fermato tre notti, stanza 305: buona sistemazione, con letto alla francese, forse un pò piccola ma confortevole. Per il resto nulla da dire se non cose positive: gentilezza, competenza, professionalità di tutto il personale, colazione molto curata, dolce e salata, con prodotti fatti in casa. Ottima la location presso la stazione, ma in una via decentrata a due passi dal centro storico. Grazie a tutti ed arrivederci. Paolo.


"Un'hotel da consigliare"

4 su 5 stelle Recensito il 18 ottobre 2013

A due passi dal centro e dalla stazione ferroviaria. Con parcheggio privato e gratuito. Un'ottima base di partenza per tutti i monumenti della città. L'ospitalità e la cortesia del personale, come anche la pulizia degli ambienti, sono i pezzi forti della struttura. Consigliato anche per un soggiorno romantico.


"Posizione ideale, servizio accurato e premuroso"

4 su 5 stelleRecensito il 24 agosto 2013

Appena tornato da un soggiorno di due giorni ad Arezzo con moglie e figlio, voglio raccomandare questo albergo per la posizione perfetta per una visita completa alla città,per il servizio solerte di tutto il personale, tra cui una menzione particolare merita il personale sempre disponibile, per il prezzo, la pulizia, l'abbondanza e la qualità della colazione, la dotazione a poca distanza di un parcheggio gratuito recintato.


4 su 5 stelleRecensito il 24 febbraio 2013- trip advisor  NOVITÀ

Sono stato all'hotel L'Aretino 1 notte per un viaggio di lavoro e devo dire che ci ritornerò sicuramente!
Pulizia e cortesia sono le principali caratteristiche.
Se poi aggiungete ottima location e abbondante prima colazione...


+ "Un gioiellino aretino" Recensito il 17 gennaio 2013

Grande ospitalità, personale simpaticissimo, familiarità e disponibilità massima. Camera e bagno eccezionalmente pulite. Letto comodissimo. Colazione accompagnata dalle torte casalinghe. Posizione molto vicina al centro. Possibilità di parcheggio privato. Ambiente in gennaio riscaldatissimo. Ottimo rapporto qualità/prezzo. Sergio B., Roma



“Fuga dalla realtà...” 5 su 5 stelleRecensito il 28 gennaio 2013

Io e la mia ragazza abbiamo soggiornato, purtroppo, solo per una notte in questo fantastico albergo. Nulla da dire, fantastica la stanza (consiglio a tutte le coppie il pacchetto romantico), soprattutto grazie alla pulizia, l'igiene e l'arredamento. Squisita l'accoglienza, veramente gentile e puntuale anche nell'accontentare ogni nostra richiesta. Consiglio a tutti quest'albergo, a 2 passi dalla stazione, in pieno centro pedonale e con un pratico parcheggio custodito a 5 minuti (incluso nel prezzo). In ultimo ma non meno importante l'abbondante e buonissima colazione offerta dall'albergo. Gango87


+Ci siamo trovati molto bene per tutto....:camera calda e accogliente, bagno pulito e ampio, colazione molto buona, parcheggio a disposizione e posizione comodissima per raggiungere il centro. Molto molto consigliato...Sara, Pavia

 Io e mio marito siamo stati ad Arezzo per visitare il mercato dell'antiquariato e ci siamo trovati benissimo, accoglienza calorosa da parte del personale, essendo in dolce attesa sono stata anche "viziata" e coccolata dallo staff, ottima la pulizia e soprattutto la colazione con torte fatte in casa buonissime!!! L' Hotel è in ottima posizione centrale...speriamo di poterci tornare presto!!!!! SAMUELA LODI, Carpi 07.01.2013


Hotel carino situato in posizione ottimale per la visita della bellissima cittadina di Arezzo; si trova infatti sia vicino la stazione ferroviaria, sia vicino al centro città. Le camere sono carine, pulite ed essenziali e la colazione ricca. Il personale è davvero simpatico e disponibile ed è venuto incontro alle nostre esigenze (in particolar modo per l' orario del check out). Simone Fattori, Roma (IT). 2012-11-21

+ Sa situation au centre ville. La présence d'une personne parlant parfaitement le Français Marie- Collette, Paris 2012 - 12-  06 

+ La posizione è ottima: tutti imonumenti e i musei di arezzo sono comodamente raggiungibili a piedi. Il personale è disponibile. Buona la pulizia delle camere. Sono soddisfatta del mio soggiorno in Hotel L'Aretino. Anna Corsico 

+La cordialità e gentilerzza della signora che gestisce e accoglie gli ospiti e la varietà e qualità dei prodotti esposti e distribuiti per la colazione,alcuni realizzati direttamente in casa. Anonimo, 2012- 12-25

+Hotel confortevole e funzionale, in ottima posizione su corso pedonale nel centro della città. Personale disponibile e buona pulizia. In generale ottimo rapporto qualità/prezzo. Sergio, Napoli(it) 2012 -12 - 31

+ tutto giampaolo kofol, genova (IT). 2013-01-09 

The Saracen Joust Arezzo June 2015

Saracen Joust - 22June 2013

A year is passed and June has come. On the third Saturday of June there will take place agreat medieval festival, very famous in Italy: La Giostra del Saracino or the Saracen Joust ofArezzo.

The Saracen Joust takes places twice per year (June and September) in Piazza Grande, beautiful square in Arezzo. This year it’s on June 19th at 9.30 pm. But the festival starts on Friday 11th when Captains take the inaugural oath and the draw of sequence of carriere(charges). Every day from Saturday to Tuesday there are the heats around 7.30 pm.

The Joust animates Arezzo for one week. In the tournament the 8 jousters or knights of the 4 Quarters of Arezzo (Porta del Foro, S. Andrea, Porta Santo Spirito and Porta Crucifera) fight each other to win the golden lance. Every jouster gallops his horse with wooden lance against the Buratto and its shield. The Burattto is an armor-plated dummy holding a shield that is divided into sectors corresponding to points. The jouster has two runs along the lizza (jousting track) that runs obliquely in Piazza Grande. The Joust is won by the Quarter whose jousters obtained more points. The price is a golden lance.

The day of the Joust starts at 7.00 am with the first mortar shot and at 11.00 am the second one announces the parade of the colorful procession with over 300 costume characters. At7.30 pm there is the blessing of the jousters and then the parade goes from the Duomo to Piazza Grande. At 9.30 pm, just before the start of the tournament, there is the flag-waversperformance.

The Saracen Joust is certainly a beautiful medieval festival, whose origins date back to 16th century, that animates Arezzo every year with colors, sounds and flavors coming directly from the Middle Ages.



The Life is Beautiful ..made in Arezzo

Life Is Beautiful (ItalianLa vita è bella) is a 1997 Italian tragicomedy drama film directed by and starring Roberto Benigni. Benigni plays Guido Orefice, a Jewish Italian book keeper, who must employ his fertile imagination to shield his son from the horrors of internment in a Nazi concentration camp. Part of the film came from Benigni's own family history; before his birth Roberto's father had survived three years of internment at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. The film was a critical and financial success, winning Benigni the Academy Award for Best Actor at the 71st Academy Awards as well as the Academy Award for Best Original Dramatic Score and the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Life is Beautiful was shown at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival, and went on to win the Grand Prize.[1] At the 71st Academy Awards, the film won awards for Best Music, Original Dramatic Score, and Best Foreign Language Film, with Benigni winning Best Actor for his role. The film also received Academy Award nominations for DirectingFilm EditingBest Original Screenplay, and Best Picture.

We invite you to visit Arezzo - the place where they did the first part of the movie.

International Competition of the Polifonico Guido d'Arezzo

International Competition of the Polifonico “Guido D’Arezzo” last week of august 2016
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Since 1953 it has constituted the most important stage for the coral expressions of the entire world an incomparable variety of repertoires, styles, authors and a precious stimulus for a rigorous interpretative research philologically founded, considering the selective criteria of the groups and the artistic order and organization of the competition. At the International Polifonic competition the winning choir of the national competition “City of Victory”of Vittorio Veneto paticipates by right; in the category in the Benevatian choir section. The” Canto Monodico Cristiano” choir winners of the Benevitian choir section of the national contest in Benevento, will also participate by right.
Here the archive of past editions
International composition competition of “Guido D’Arezzo” 
Founded in 1974 as a conseguence to the international contest,  takes place annually with the ends of enriching and qualifying the coral repertory in the direction of contemporary music. Without doubt the function is the rediscovery of the choral and composing stimulus: up to today over two thousand operas of composers from all over the world have arrived, operas which are awaiting to be catagorized in the archives of the foundation.
Here the archive of past editions
Grand European prize of Chorus Choir
The gran European Prize for Chorus Choir was born as an initiative of the International Competition of Arezzo. Debree (Hungary), Gorizia(Italy), and Tours (France). After which  other competitions from Varna (Bulgaria) an Tolosa (Spain) were added. The winners of each of these contests reunite the year after to dispute the Grand European Prize for Chorus Choir. The competition takes place every year alternating the premises of the competition promoters.
National Polifonic Competition Guido D’Arezzo
The National competition Guido D’Arezzo began in 1984. Since the 2000 edition it has taken place on the inside of the International competition to favour the comparison and the contact of the  Italian choirs with the reality of the whole world. At the National Polifonic competition by right the winning choir from the National Polifonic competition of Benevento may participate. 
Here the archive of past editions

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L’attività è rivolta al trattamento medico delle patologie dell’apparato circolatorio, con particolare riferimento alle flebopatie ed arteriopatie periferiche, primitive e secondarie ad altre patologie a rischio; il settore rappresenta uno dei piu storicamente significativi per la Casa di Cura e per il quale lo staff ha maturato un elevato livello di competenza universalmente riconosciuto.
Particolare valenza assume il trattamento, sia in costanza di ricovero che in ambito ambulatoriale, delle ulcere croniche vasculopatiche che seguono protocolli consolidati che assicurano elevate percentuali di successo.

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