Palazzo della Fraternità dei Laici
This palazzo, with its churchlike facade, was started in 1375 in the Gothic style and finished after the onset of the Renaissance.
Palazzo delle Logge Vasariane
Cobbled Piazza Grande is overlooked at its upper end by the porticoes of this wonderful palazzo, completed in 1573.
Chiesa di Santa Maria della Pieve
This 12th-century church – Arezzo's oldest – has an exotic Romanesque arcaded facade adorned with carved columns, each uniquely...
Bathed in Tuscan sun rays from dawn to dusk, this traditional cafe really is the perfect spot for lapping up the ancient elegance and...
La Lancia d’Oro
Your order here is supplemented by excellent snacks and titbits that arrive unannounced. There’s a jolly, waggish waiter, while the...
Piazza Grande information
This lopsided and steeply sloping piazza is overlooked at its upper end by the porticos of the Palazzo delle Logge Vasariane , completed in 1573. The church-like Palazzo della Fraternità dei Laici in the northwest corner was started in 1375 in the Gothic style and finished after the onset of the Renaissance.