Casentino is a land of fascinating nuances, where nature blends with culture creating a unique and unspoiled landscape. Time here seems to stand still.
The medieval hamlets of Anghiari and Cortona are the gems adorning the crown of this beautiful land which you must discover.
Anghiari, one of Italy’s most beautiful hamlets, stands on a hill overlooking the Tiber valley and delivers true postcard views. You can stroll along its cobblestone streets to admire its churches and historic buildings. Go as far as the distinctive Rocca and experience the charm of Anghiari, a small hamlet that attracts visitors from all over the world. Then you can head to Monterchi and discover one of the local art treasures, Piero della Francesca’s Madonna del Parto. It is well worth the trip.
Cortona towers overVal di Chiana, offering spectacular views of the Tuscan hills. It is home to theMuseo dell’Accademia Etrusca, which preserves precious artifacts from the Etruscan civilization, including the famous painted cinerary urns. Cortona is also famous for its cuisine, which enhances the flavors of Tuscan tradition providing a journey of flavors that will delight you.