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Price and Availability Index for Arezzo
Holiday Letting Price Information in Arezzo
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. The most expensive prices are in December (14/12 - 21/12). Prices reach an average of £135 per night. Prices are more affordable in January (18/01 - 25/01).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Arezzo
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Arezzo for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate is in January (11/01 - 18/01). Only 46 of the rentals are still available. Conversely, 84% of the lettings are still available during a week in September (14/09 - 21/09).
The Weather in Arezzo
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. July is the warmest month of the year in Arezzo, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 31°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Arezzo, with temperatures falling below 1°. The rainiest month is February, while the driest month is August.
Appreciate Tuscan art and cuisine with holiday cottages in Arezzo
Holiday homes in Tuscany's Arezzo come complete with a conurbation straight out of medieval times, Chianti's vineyards and Pisa and Siena's famed towers. In this quiet corner of Tuscany, you can also see the spectacular works of Piero della Francesca, without waiting in line.
Tucked away on piaggia di San Martino is the affable osteria and wine bar La Torre di Gnicche. For very little money, you can enjoy the sublime tastes of the region while looking out from terraces cut into the hill. Try baked onion soup, supreme pasta and summery spelt salad with Tuscan wines.
Etruscan artefacts and medieval art
Arezzo's ancient artefacts initially displace your expectations of this medieval centre. The Man of the Elm unearthed here dates back to the Palaeolithic era, while an Etruscan city here occupied a strategic position on the Roman Via Cassia dating back to the 9th century BCE.
Take part in the late afternoon passeggiata (stroll) through the sloping Piazza Grande, and marvel at its Medicean fortress. Admire Arezzo's oldest church, the 12th century Chiesa di Santa Maria della Pieve with its remarkable Romanesque facade. Don't miss the Piero della Francesco frescoes in the 14th century Capella Bacci. Wind up your Arezzo ambulations at the Roman Amphitheatre.
Enjoy your advantageous location
Discover the Casentino Valley's Romanesque churches and medieval castles. One of them, Castello Di Porciano, once played host to Dante. Poppi Castle is another Tuscan castle that appears on many an itinerary due to its vineyard-girt historic hamlet, where you can find some of the world's best focaccia at Consumo Bar.
From Arezzo, it's an easy day trip to visit the Piero della Francesco frescos in neighbouring Sansepolcro and Monterchi. If you are making the art pilgrimage, try to sneak Anghiari onto your list of culture spots. The basket weaving workshops at Pieve Santo Stefano and the town's linen industry have a lengthy history.
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