What do you expect from the lovely Tuscany? The atmosphere, the hospitality, the art and the gastronomy of course. Well, Arezzo has all of this yet without the unbearable crowds of travelers that afflict its big sisters Florence and Pisa. Do you want to discover the famous "City of Gold"? Book a room at B&B Hotel Arezzo and discover this incredible medieval city nestled in the Tuscan countryside. Visit the medieval reenactment of the Giostra del Saracino, or admire the masterpieces of Giorgio Vasari and Piero Della Francesca as the outstanding Loggia of Piazza Grande, the frescoes in the Basilica of San Francesco and the Cathedral of San Donato. But Arezzo has much more to give: like getting lost among the dozens of stands full of antiques from all over Italy at the Antique Fair in Piazza Grande or dining in a typical Tuscany trattoria. You’ll love it.
Are you looking for a smart hotel in Arezzo? Welcome to our B&B Hotel Arezzo! Located in a great location, a few minutes from the city center, 5 minutes’ walk from the Fair of Arezzo, the hotel is perfect for staying in Arezzo for a great value. The hotel has 79 amazingly comfortable rooms both standard and suites all of them furnished with private bathroom, and equipped with bathrobe, minibar, Wi-Fi and a great looking HDTV 43".
The city offers a rich set of choices for all types of travelers. A visit to the historic center of Arezzo is a must if you want to immerse yourself in the thousand-year history of this city. Discover Arezzo following different itineraries such as the Etruscan one, the medieval one or the itinerary dedicated to Vasari. For business travelers looking for conferences and events, the Arezzo Fair, with its packed schedule of exhibitions offers unmissable opportunities. For all travelers, following the good Tuscan tradition, the historic center of Arezzo offers taverns and local trattorie that have the best Tuscan specialties like: ribollita, Chianina steak, acquacotta and many other typical Arezzo dishes. Oh, and don't miss visiting the many wine bars scattered in the city center and tasting a good local red wine.
When you step into Arezzo, the perception is that of leaping back in time. The monuments, parks, archaeological sites, churches and even the squares preserve the secrets of dozens of generations of Aretines who built and preserved this wonderful city. Don't miss the Duomo in the small and lively Piazza Della Libertà, surrounded by medieval towers and white marble statues. Just after the impressive Duomo lies the Fortezza Medicea, with its stunning garden. A lush green area, dominated by the statue of Petrarca, which offers a breathtaking view of the Casentino Valley and its vineyards and olive groves stretching as far as the eye can see. You cannot miss the Loggia del Vasari in Piazza Grande, with its ancient doorways and beautiful arches, where bars and clubs set up outdoor tables for travelers who want a break while admiring the beauty of the square.