Museo Statale d'Arte Medievale e Moderna
Built and sumptuously decorated by the Arezzo-born painter, architect and art historian Giorgio Vasari (1511–74), this small museum is...
Chiesa di San Domenico
A short detour from the duomo, this church has an unusual, asymmetrical facade and an austere interior dominated by a haunting...
Duomo di Arezzo
Though construction started in the 13th century, Arezzo's duomo (cathedral) wasn't completed until the 15th century. In the northeast...
Caffè dei Costanti
Arezzo's oldest and most atmospheric cafe is located directly opposite the Basilica di San Francesco, so it's a perfect coffee stop...
Trattoria del Leone
A perfect example of the trattoria model that is trending in Tuscany today, del Leone is found in a slightly obscure location on some...
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Lonely Planet review
A repository of art from churches in the Arezzo diocese, this time-worn museum is in urgent need of some tender loving care. If it wasn't for the presence of Pietro Lorenzetti's Madonna with Child and Saints Agnes and Catherine (c 1310–15) and Parri di Spinello's Madonna della Misericordia (c 1437), we'd be tempted to advise giving it a miss.