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Are you looking for a guided tour of Arezzo?

Here are our guided tours of Arezzo and province; you will find the best itineraries to explore the territory based on what you would like to see and experience.

Do you need a tourist guide for Arezzo? Here are our itineraries, all expertly led by our local Arezzo tourist guides.

Why should you choose a ‘La Giunchiglia’ tourist guide to see Arezzo?

We would like you to make the most of the many itineraries the province of Arezzo has to offer and with a local guide, you can discover places you would never find on your own.

Our love for this land and our many years of experience in the sector allow us to offer you a unique travel experience.

Let your eyes feast on breathtaking images, your nose breathe in fragrant aromas, your heart beat with emotion…

We are not offering you an ordinary holiday, but a veritable travel experience.

The province of Arezzo was born out of the District of Arezzo, which had become part of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany in 1826. The Arno River runs through it, as does a portion of the Tiber River. Arezzo is the capital of the province and its origins date to pre-Etruscan times (9th century BC), when it was known as Aritim. Aritim was one of the 12 cities of the Etruscan League, which included Cortona, Chiusi, and Orvieto. It was a very important Roman outpost and, in the Middle Ages, the site of bitter disputes between Florence and Siena. It also has many distinguished buildings, including imposing churches, which are exceptionally well-preserved in Arezzo’s town centre. The province has many delightful hamlets such as:

Anghiari, the place where the famous battle between the troops of Florence and Milano took place, frescoed by Leonardo da Vinci.

Cortona, heart of the Val di Chiana, where Luca Signorelli and Francesco di Giorgio Martini produced admirable works of art. Cortona is also the setting of Frances Mayes’ famous novel (and film), Under the Tuscan Sun.

Sansepolcro sits at the crossroads between the regions of Tuscany, Umbria, and Marche. The town developed around the 11th-century Abbey of San Sepolcro (Holy Sepulcher). It is also the birthplace of one of the greatest 15th-century Tuscan painters, Piero della Francesca.

Here are some itineraries to best explore the territory of Arezzo.

Itinerario classico di Arezzo

Classic Tour of Arezzo

Itinerario classico di Cortona


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