Introducing two jewels of the Val d’Orcia region.

Our driver will welcome you at whichever point is most convenient for you. He’ll be with you for a full-day With your expert Florencetown guide, get far beyond the guidebook to really “get” Arezzo. Before Rome was even in existence, Arezzo was already one of the strongest and richest of the Etruscan towns and it had a place in of preeminence of the Etrus- can League. Modern Arezzo is not only a lovely city, it’s also one of the wealthiest cities in Tuscany. The ancient crafts have come down through the centuries and today Arezzo still produces exquisite gold jewelry and high fashion clothing for the whole world. Its Duomo dominates the city with its size, looking out upon all the roofs of Arezzo and the surrounding hills. Today this square is the theater to the famous Jousting Contest held during June and September, and the world- famous wonderful antique market held during the first Sunday. There are some excellent bargains to be had here, not junk, but excellent pieces of furniture, paintings, and ceramics. Your next stop is Cortona, one of the oldest cities in Tuscany. It’s the more than 2000 years of history that make Cortona one of the most fascinating and charac- teristic of Italian cities. Built above the Medici Fortress, Cortona is a city con- structed with steep streets, paved with huge stones. Almost all of the historic center of Cortona is Medieval or from the Renaissance. From one of Cortona’s top walls, you can admire one of the most beautiful views in Italy. This tour is ideal for a bit more extended stay in Tuscany... so , start planning your trip to Tuscany today!

The Experience includes: Mercedes Car and English speaking driver for a total of 10 hours at disposal. Licensed Guide in Arezzo 2 hours. Licensed guide in Cortona, 2 hours. Guests will ha- ve some time at leisure in Cor- tona before getting back to Accommodation. Details of the program may vary from the published itinerary.

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Cortona centro storico
Arezzo Piazza Grande
Val d'Orcia