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One of the most prosperous cities in both Tuscany and the whole of Italy, Arezzo is distinguished not only by its beauty, but by its outstanding collection of important Renaissance art and architecture. Piero della Francesca's frescoes in the church of San Francesco are virtually without rival. If jewelry happens to be on your shopping list, then you've come to the right place: Arezzo has long been known for its jewelry industry. Whether you're staying to the north or the south of Arezzo, day trips abound. Easy day trips include Cortona, Montepulciano, Siena, and the heart of Chianti Classico. If you're craving the coast, Maremma and the Argentario Coast are also within striking distance.

Arezzo  -  [ Matches:  6 Villas and Apartments]

North Arezzo  -  [ Matches:  22 Villas and Apartments]

An area which includes the fertile Chiana valley, the forested mountains of the Casentino, and Valdarno, with its Etruscan strada dei Setti Ponti (road of seven bridges), the northern reaches of the Arezzo province approach Umbria in its distinctive mix of the savage and the refined. Monte San Savino, Poppi, and Castelfranco di Sopra are some of this area's highlights. View our Villas for Rent in North Arezzo.

South Arezzo  -  [ Matches:  41 Villas and Apartments]

Located in the southern reaches of the Arezzo province, the countryside around Cortona offers many opportunities for exploration and discovery. Whether staying in a Tuscan villa near Loro Ciuffenna, Montisi, Cicogna, or Bettolle, you can head to Cortona for a day of museum hopping, or venture further south to the towns of northern Umbria and Lake Trasimeno. Perched on a mountainside, Cortona is a medieval city with sweeping views over the Valdichiana. Originally one of the 12 cities that formed the Etruscan confederation, a portion of the city's 4th century BC walls remain preserved. Etruscan tombs and an altar can be viewed at excavation sites called Melone I and II; additional artifacts can be viewed in the Museo dell'Accademia Etrusca. Renaissance aficionados should pay a visit to the Museo Diocesano, which houses works by such masters as Lorenzetti and Fra Angelico. View our Tuscany Villas in South Arezzo.