Piazza San Francesco is considered the fulcrum of modern Arezzo . It is rectangular in shape and opens at the intersection of Via Guido Monaco and the ancient route of Vallelunga (today's Via Cavour), marking an obligatory access point - also due to the presence
Irregular in shape, with slightly sloping ground, wide and sunny; unlike that of S. Domenico that is quiet and peaceful, Piazza Sant'Agostino is always animated, noisy; always upside down for the goods displayed in the fairs and in the markets, cluttered for the peddlers' desks;
Although not a very large center, Arezzo can be an excellent place to make satisfactory purchases . All its historic center has squares and streets full of artisan shops that sell typical products and souvenirs, but also many wine shops and typical grocery stores where
Located between the Cathedral and the Medicean Fortress, the " Prato " is the oldest and most suggestive city park in Arezzo, due to its elevated position, its centuries-old trees and its location in an area of great interest archaeological. It occupies the surface of
Le cattive abitudini è un Loung bar/Paticceria/Pizzeria vicino a Le Rime (200 m.): il locale è moderno e ben arredato ed è luogo di ritrovo la sera per chi vuole gustarsi un buon aperitivo o fare un'abbondante aperi-cena.