Arezzo is a charming city located in Tuscany Italy. Arezzo is very popular vacation destination with travellers from the United Kingdom and Ireland as Arezzo is easily accessible from most major international airports in the UK and Ireland. You can fly to the two major airports in Tuscany, PisaInternationalAirport and FlorenceInternationalAirport.Flight from London to Florence take around two hours on average which is one reason why taking a vacation in Arezzo is so popular with many people from the UK and Ireland.Arezzo is a beautiful city full of fantastic examples of Roman and medieval architecture. Although a large majority of the medieval architecture was destroyed during World War II, there are still some examples remaining that can give a real insight to the old Arezzo.Located above the old town you can find the Medicean Fortress. The old town is home to the beautiful Church of San Francesco. There is also an atmospheric Roman Amphitheater for you to marvel at. Just don´t forget to pack your camera.The whole of the old town is built on a hillside so people travelling here are recommended to take a good pair of comfortable walking shoes with them.Italy as a whole is world renowned for fantastic cuisine and wine and the whole area of Tuscany is awash with some of the best wines and rustic, simple, yet mouth watering and delicious food in the entire country.
The town of Azerro is home to some amazing examples of Tuscan cuisine. Forget the standard Italian fare of pizzas and pastas as there is so much more varied foods on offer.The quality of the ingredients used ensures that Tuscan food is relatively simple. Bread, cheese, beans, fruit and vegetables are the staple of Tuscan cuisine.Traditional meats such as beef are easily accessible here, but Arezzo and Tuscany as a whole is famous for some of the best game to found. Rich game such as fallow deer, wild boar, hare and pheasant are very popular in this region.In addition to great foods and wine, the region of Tuscany is also reputed to be the birthplace of the Renaissance. This result of this can be seen around almost every corner and in every piazza. There are wonderful buildings, ornate fountains imposing rural villas and wonderful examples of Renaissance painting and sculpture can be found adorning the walls and sideboards of most public buildings and even inside some of the bars and restaurants that populate the old district.The area of Tuscany and Arezzo enjoy a reasonably temperate climate in comparison to other areas of mainland Europe. However due to the location of Arezzo temperatures may be slightly lower than the other coastal or valley Tuscan resorts.Arezzo and Tuscany in general can be visited at any time of the year. Many feel that the best months are April to June and from September to October as these are the “quieter periods” but with regard to weather and the wonderful experiences that you will have here it is easy to call Arezzo and Tuscany an all year round resort. This becomes further evident when it is understood that during the winter months Arezzo is very popular with skiers and snowboarders who flock here and use the region as a base to access some of the best ski runs that Italy has to offer.The next time you are planning a vacation give Arezzo in Tuscany serious consideration, you won´t be disappointed.