Petrarca was born in Arezzo in the 1304 and this apartment was part of his House. He is considered "the father of Humanism" an attitude associated with the flourishing of the Renaissance.
You can stay here and experience first hand the real Italian life. This two bedroom, one bathroom vacation home apartment is located in an historical villa on the hilltop in the medieval old world city. The ground floor entry hall is right off Via dell'Orto. The entry looks out onto the Arezzo Cathredal, the large vista view park, and the Medici Fortress. The large furnished downstairs area includes a living/dining room with comfortable seating, dining for 8, kitchen with stove, oven, refrigerator, washing machine, and has a full compliment of dishes, silverware, and cooking utensils.
The upstairs has two fully furnished double and twin bedrooms, including linens and bedding. The fully furnished bath with toilet, shower, bidet, and towels and linens. A third room is available as a study or reading room. Free
TV and WIFI is also available. Outdoor gardens are right out the front door in the beautiful park.
We say thanks a lot Arezzo for providing us such an high standard of living!
When Gina London decided to tell her life story and share her experiences with the world through her book Because I'm Small and You Love Me, she wanted to launch it in a way that celebrated the places where her experiences happened. Having played a big part in the story, we hosted a book launch and signing event here in Arezzo. Bravissima Gina!
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The brand Oro Arezzo, is renowned the world over and synonymous with jewelry from Italy. The brand represents our strong gold district of more than 1,200 companies.
Yes, it's true I have to admit...me in the arms of Luca Argentero, one of our most famous Italian actors, it's more intense than to wear a gold ring or necklace. Here we are in Piazza Grande in Arezzo for the Gold Fair. Luca was the spokesperson for the October 2014 event.
It’s one thing to “know” someone, it’s another thing entirely to invest time to learn about that someone’s family, their health, their interests. It takes time and effort to form a relationship – to show you really care.