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The Medici fortress, located at the highest point of the city, is a fine example of the 16th century defensive military architecture. The building is perfectly inserted in the walls and the irregular pentagonal plan, well adapted to the occupied ground, with several towers. The...More
The Fortezza, which is located next to Parco Prato and the Duomo is a must see in Arezzo. Besides being a beautiful place to walk with incredible views of the countryside around Arezzo it also currently has a very interesting sculpture exhibition by Mexican artist...More
The Fortezza is built on the high point of Arezzo and offers great views of the town and countryside. It was built in the 1500's on the site of earlier fortifications. It is now surrounded by gardens and statues. The entrance tunnel is very impressive....More
This is a fantastic old fortification.
For the young and athletic, it could be reached on foot, but for those who are not, then there is a bus service that takes you to the entrance.
Situated on higher ground, from the walls you have a...More
The fortress is hidden behind the trees and you can't see it from the near-by park with monument to Petrarca. When visiting the cathedral and the Piazza grande, you should visit the fortress as well. You can park on Pietri parcheggio and use the escalators...More
The fortress is an amazing place, very well refurbished and actually tuned to be a Christmas village for kids. Nice sculptures within well contribute to add value to the place, who offers an amazing view on the countryside and all over Arezzo. it is a...More
I went here with my art history friends and it turned out to be a wonderful surprise. It is not a very famous place so it is away from the touristic hustle and bustle of the city. From the top, you see an amazing Tuscan...More
Situated atop a hill more or less in the middle of town, with a lovely park in front, the walls make an imposing sight.
Entry is free and presently includes an exhibition of bronze sculptures.
A lot of restoration is going on and some archeological...More