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 you can buy local food products, in particular the fine wines of Tuscan hills.
However, if you look for a specific point where you can find the greatest number of shops, go to Corso Italia , the long road that passes through the historic center of Arezzo and that, starting from Porta Santo Spirito arrives almost at the top of the hill of San Donato. This is the road characterized by the greatest number of shops of all kinds: clothing and jewelery, antiques and leather goods . It goes from the big names in clothing like Max & amp; co. until you reach stores that specialize in toys, such as Bindi.
Corso Italia represents, therefore, the shopping street of the city, always very popular not only by tourists, but by the same Arezzo.
The evening Corso Italia continues to be extremely animated because it is one of the centers of the local nightlife with its wide range of restaurants and cocktail bars .