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Been a few places wrote a review Oct 2020
Epsom, United Kingdom987 contributions351 helpful votes
We were passing through Anghiari and decided to stop as it looked really pretty and worthy of a leg stretch. It didn't disappoint despite its small size. There are some lovely lived in streets in the old town to explore and it offers superb views of the surrounding Tuscan countryside. Definitely worth an hour if passing through.…
Date of experience: August 2020
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Experience578910 wrote a review Jul 2020
Recommend visiting this small corner of heaven on earth, this little town is exactly what you'd except from Tuscany: Unreal food, historic walls, breathtaking churches, friendly people.
Date of experience: July 2020
Frances S wrote a review Sep 2019
Ashford, United Kingdom457 contributions201 helpful votes
After enjoying coffee in the cafe we wandered all over the old town, rich in very steep narrow streets (some with steps) & picturesque roofline views. The battlements are lovely and easy to walk on, & you will find few people to spoil your photographs! You can probably wander all the streets in the old part of the town in a morning, I don't think we missed any. Occasional plaques with history info are good, pretty displays of flowers in pots, sweet cats sunning themselves on warm stones. It is a lovely place.…
Date of experience: September 2019
vickisfloyd wrote a review May 2019
Jacksonville, FL5,785 contributions57 helpful votes
This is not a touristy destination, and we were thrilled with that. It wasn't crowded, there was easy parking, and plenty of shops to wander in and out of. If you're tired of the touristy areas, visit Anghiari. It's lovely!
Date of experience: May 2019
KATHRYN D wrote a review Dec 2018
32 contributions11 helpful votes
An authentic Tuscan hill town. Put this town on your list when visiting Tuscany. You will not be disappointed. It’s an easy bus ride from Arezzo.
Date of experience: October 2018