Arezzo, in addition to being a city of art, is a specialized in jewelry and in antiques; in the center town you can visit several monuments such as the Medici Fortress, the Cathedral and the Basilica of San Domenico. Among the museums we recommend the Diocesan Museum, the Archaeological Museum, rich in precious artefacts from the Etruscan and the State Museum of Medieval and Modern Art. Another highlight is a visit to Casa Vasari, now a museum to admire the works of the artist. In the Basilica of San Francesco you can begin to appreciate the painter Piero della Francesca, with his masterpiece “The Legend of the True Cross”, one of the greatest achievements of the early Renaissance. To continue to appreciate the artist, one must then go to Monterchi, for the extraordinary fresco of the “Madonna del Parto” and Sansepolcro who exposes in the Civic Museum four his major works. Very interesting cities are Caprese Michelangelo, the birthplace of Michelangelo Buonarroti with the museum dedicated to him, Cortona, where you can visit the Cathedral, the Diocesan Museum and the Church of San Francesco, in addiction to the Museum of the Etruscan; while, in San Giovanni Valdarno, birthplace of Masaccio, you can admire the Basilica of Santa Maria delle Grazie and the Praetorian Palace or Palazzo d’Arnolfo.