Set around the foothills of the Appenines, the old town of Arezzo fans out into the river valley of the Arno, Tiber, Casentino and Valdichiana. The city is mainly known for its gold industries, antique traders and the stunning Piazza Grande. Visits to the historic monuments such as Medici fortress, the Cathedral, the Diocesan Museum and Piazza Grande will take up your time. Don’t miss out on the Archeological Museum and the State Museum of Medieval and Modern Art as it provides an overview of art from the Middle Ages all the way up to the 20th century.
Antique shopping is a must-do in Arezzo, at the antiques goods fair held every month at the Piazza Grande where you can find furniture, vintage silverware and kitchen tools. You can even pick Continue reading “Exotic Italy for Art Lovers – Part 2” »