Immortalized by Oscar winner Benigni in his film Life is Beautiful, Arezzo is one of the lesser known cities among all the seats of the Tuscan region. Founded by the Etruscans, and later a center of strategic importance in Roman times, it houses a beautiful amphitheater from the First Century AD. The historic center is spread out over a hill that showcases the Cathedral of San Donato at its summit and is characterized by numerous squares with artistic and architectural jewels. Among them, Piazza Grande with its Vasari lodges, where each year the four quarters of the city compete for the Lancia d’Orco during the Giostra del Saracino, and Piazza S. Francesco with Piero della Francesca’s masterpiece: The legend of the True Cross. A beautiful urban trek leads to a suggestive archaeological site from the Etruscan era, the Ciclopiche Walls. From here you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the city.
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