Art & Architecture

Art & Architecture

Casentino is a splendid valley in Tuscany between Florence and Arezzo, located on the slopes of Mount Falterona from which the Arno river originates

Palazzo Pitti is a wonderful palace with an imposing rustic ashlar structure overlooking Piazza Pitti which was purchased by the Medici at the height of their power to transform it into a dynastic palace.

Palazzo Vecchio or Palazzo della Signoria is an imposing palace-fortress overlooking the splendid Piazza della Signoria and was the seat of the city's local government for over seven centuries and one of the most famous symbols of Florence

The ancient and noble city of Cortona offers the visitor who is passionate about art and archeology two splendid museums housed in two magnificent monumental buildings in the historic centre, which can be visited together in half a day. The visit to the two museums is favored by being housed in two buildings not far from each other.

Cortona is a town of ancient origins rich in history, art and fabulous museums. Its position on top of a high hill overlooking the Valdichiana is unique and the view that extends to Lake Trasimeno is breathtaking.

Cortona is a beautiful village perched on a high hill overlooking the Valdichiana, immersed in a gentle landscape that embraces Tuscany and Umbria, a few kilometers from the shores of Lake Trasimeno. People come to Cortona to enjoy the beauty left by centuries and centuries of successive civilizations, primarily to discover the fascinating and still mysterious civilization of the Etruscans.

For those who already know the squares and churches of Florence and wish to visit the two most famous museums in Florence and among the most famous in the world, …

This guided tour of Cortona, Montepulciano and Pienza takes place over a whole day among some of the most beautiful and famous Tuscan landscapes

Beautiful cities of Etruscan origin and both characterized by a dominant position over the surrounding area Cortona and Arezzo are located a short distance away (35 km) and it is therefore possible to visit them together in one day.

The Duomo (or Cathedral) of Florence takes your breath away for its grandeur and its elegance given by the architecture with the purest lines in the Florentine Gothic style surmounted by the prodigy of the Renaissance dome designed by Filippo Brunelleschi

With a population of 100,000 inhabitants, Arezzo is a city to be discovered and where it is pleasant to dedicate at least one day to a guided tour to enjoy the extraordinary architectural beauty of its historic center and the many artistic treasures of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance in peace.

A guided tour of Arezzo with a high artistic and cultural content because it will introduce you to two great personalities of the early Renaissance and the mature Renaissance: the great painter and mathematician Piero della Francesca and the father of art history, painter and architect Giorgio Vasari.

If there is a statue that more than others represents Florence and its heroic spirit, proud, indomitable and always ready to defend freedom against tyranny, this is Michelangelo's "David" in the Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence, a work that is also an absolute masterpiece of art of all time.

Discover the wealth of one of the most famous art collections in the world, with its timeless masterpieces of medieval and Renaissance painting still housed in the sixteenth-century gallery commissioned by the Medici

Have you ever heard of the Medici family and the great personalities who belonged to it such as Cosimo the Elder, Lorenzo the Magnificent, Giuliano de'Medici, Cosimo I, Francesco I and the other Grand Dukes of Tuscany up to the last Medici Anna Maria de' Medici Electress Palatine?

Siena is a city of pure poetry. In the sense that as soon as you cross the medieval walls it appears almost intact, fairytale-like in its ancient red brick buildings.

Guided tour of Cortona, one of the oldest cities in Tuscany Cortona is a town of Etruscan origins rich in history, art and fabulous museums. In the 18th century it …

This guided tour with an artistic and cultural theme follows in the footsteps of Piero della Francesca, genius of the Renaissance painter and humanist, mathematician, master of light, symbols and perspective.

Piero della Francesca's frescoes with the "Legend of the True Cross" in the Bacci chapel of the Church of San Francesco in Arezzo are a stunning masterpiece of Italian Renaissance art and absolutely at the top of an ideal list what to see in Arezzo.