Museo Archeologico Nazionale 'Gaio Cilnio Mecenate'
Overlooking the remains of a Roman amphitheatre that once seated up to 10,000 spectators, this museum in a 14th-century convent building...
Basilica di San Francesco
Gracing the apse of the 14th-century Basilica di San Francesco is the Capella Bacci, a chapel housing one of the greatest works of...
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...
La Tua Piadina
Hidden away down a side street, this justifiably popular takeaway place serves a range of hot, tasty piadine, Emilia-Romagna's version...
Roman Amphitheatre information
Adjoining the Museo Archeologico, this once seated up to 10,000 spectators. Inside, there's a sizable collection of Etruscan and Roman artefacts, including locally produced ceramics and bronzes. Among the highlights is the Cratere di Euphronios, a large 6th-century-BC Etruscan vase, decorated with vivid scenes showing Hercules in battle, and, upstairs, an exquisite tiny portrait of a bearded man executed on glass in the 3rd century AD.