Anghiari, a characteristic village enclosed in massive 13th-century walls, preserves the ancient and original atmosphere of small medieval towns. Walking around its narrow streets, you can breathe the air of its history and glory. The stone houses overlooking the streets have small windows, wooden shutters and doors, sometimes damaged or broken, but still characteristic. The entrances and balconies of the houses are often decorated with flowers that colour the narrow streets of Anghiari, making them more beautiful and charming.
Anghiari is considered one of the "most beautiful villages in Italy" with an Orange Flag distinction by the Italian Touring Club, a "medieval treasure lying between the Arno and Tiber". If you are planning a visit to Arezzo or this area of Tuscany, we strongly recommend you stop in Anghiari!