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Arezzo – walking off the beaten paths

Arezzo, Province of Arezzo, Italia
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The original and authentic Tuscany still exists today! We mean the valleys of Casentino, Valdarno and Valtiberina. They are part of Arezzo’s province, which is situated between Siena and the Apennines, in the eastern corner of Tuscany. This is a hidden region with extraordinary environmental and cultural heritage; definitely an interesting alternative to the traditional tourist destinations. Here the famous Arno and Tiber rivers born and carve unique valleys, shaping magnificent sceneries. This is the land where art, history and spirituality blend harmoniously with the Nature. The landscapes inspired famous artists as Piero della Francesca, Michelangelo Buonarroti and Leonardo Da Vinci. Here Saint Francis spent a big part of his life: hermitages, convents, chapels are tangible marks of his passage during the pilgrimages to and from Assisi. Moreover, the area is crossed by the Via Romea Germanica, an ancient route dated back to the 13th century which linked Germany to Rome. This is also the land where “La Vita è Bella” (Life is Beautiful) by Roberto Benigni was filmed. Local communities still cherish and preserve ancient traditions both cultural and culinary. Our hiking routes follow ancient Roman and medieval roads or those paths used by shepherds during their transhumances. You can walk through vineyards, olive groves and virgin forests discovering picturesque villages, ancient settlements and renaissance villas. A hike in the Arezzo’s valleys means to experience the peace and stillness, far from the crowd of the packed places. This is the ideal place to spend a memorable outdoor vacation.

Arezzo – walking off the beaten paths

The original and authentic Tuscany still exists today! We mean the valleys of Casentino, Valdarno and Valtiberina. They are part of Arezzo’s province, which is situated between Siena and the Apennines, in the eastern corner of Tuscany. This is a hidden region with extraordinary environmental and cultural heritage; definitely an interesting alternative to the traditional tourist destinations. Here the famous Arno and Tiber rivers born and carve unique valleys, shaping magnificent sceneries.
This is the land where art, history and spirituality blend harmoniously with the Nature. The landscapes inspired famous artists as Piero della Francesca, Michelangelo Buonarroti and Leonardo Da Vinci. Here Saint Francis spent a big part of his life: hermitages, convents, chapels are tangible marks of his passage during the pilgrimages to and from Assisi.
Moreover, the area is crossed by the Via Romea Germanica, an ancient route dated back to the 13th century which linked Germany to Rome. This is also the land where “La Vita è Bella” (Life is Beautiful) by Roberto Benigni was filmed.
Local communities still cherish and preserve ancient traditions both cultural and culinary. Our hiking routes follow ancient Roman and medieval roads or those paths used by shepherds during their transhumances.
You can walk through vineyards, olive groves and virgin forests discovering picturesque villages, ancient settlements and renaissance villas. A hike in the Arezzo’s valleys means to experience the peace and stillness, far from the crowd of the packed places. This is the ideal place to spend a memorable outdoor vacation.

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