|La Torre||Castelfranco di Sopra||Don't miss an aperitivo at the main city tower|
|Jack's Bar||Castelfranco di Sopra||Excellent pizza, Neapolitan style|
|Pizzeria Andrea||Piandisco`||Pizza and more, very popular|
|Osteria il Fiasco||Faella||Authentic, beloved by locals|
|Va Pensiero||Loro Ciuffenna||Beautiful view of the Ciuffenna canyon|
|Da Giocondo||Summit of Prato Magno||Authentic, beautiful location|
|La Rocca||Rocca Riccarda||Remote and beautiful location, local courses, open usually on Sunday|
|La Trappola - Officina Gastronomia||La Trappola||Special menu on Saturday, delicious local ingredients|
We recommend visiting Florence by train from Figline Valdarno, where you can leave your car.
Take the Sette Ponti road to visit Arezzo, the capital of our province rich in history and culture.
The Ciuffenna river runs in a deep canyon through the town of Etruscan origins.
Visit this picturesque village close to Arezzo, which was the scene of the famous battle between the Republic of Florence and the Duchy of Milan.
Drive through the picturesque landscapes of Chianti and enjoy their famous wine.
Cool off in the shade of this magnificent forest and visit the famous 12th century monastery.
On the way to Arezzo don't miss 'Ponte Buriano', the bridge depicted in Mona Lisa by Leonardo.
Just down the hill in the tiny village Piantravigne you can enjoy the spectacular view of 'Le Balze.' These are canoyon-like formations formed by sediment of a lake form the Pliocene and Pleistocene.
Discover artifacts and fossils from the regions documenting the natural history of Valdarno, for example the large Mammoth skeleton dating back a million years.
On your way to the Prato Magno peak, visit the tiny village of Trappola with spectacular views of the natural reserve.
A road of Etruscan origin connecting Florence with Arezzo. The churches (for example Santa Maria a Sco, Santa Badia Soffena, San Pietro a Gropina) lining this road are important examples of Romanesque architecture.
The towns of Castelfranco, Terra Nuova and San Giovanni were designed from scratch by the republic of Florence in the 13th century. Discover their grid-like structures with a central 'piazza'.