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ITALIAN COUNTRYSIDE • TUSCANY BY CAR AREZZO


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BADIA DI POMAIO Pomaio Badia di Pomaio is a restored ancient monastery of the XVII century and it is now the ideal location for a relaxing and quiet stay at few minutes from the historical centre of Arezzo. The 19 rooms, comfortable and quiet, are different one from each other and keep the ancient atmosphere with their wood beams, the ancient furniture and the stone walls, fitted with modern facilities. In the summertime, the tiny square and its ancient loggia become a restaurant with its amazing view on the surrounding valley. In winter the atmosphere is even closer with the warm fire- place in the dining room and the peculiar cellar arranged in an ancient cave. At the disposal of the guests, the hotel offers a splendid swimming pool, located on a natural terrace with open view on the town, where they can relax, drinking or reading a book.


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LOGGE DEL PERUGINO HHHH Citta’ della Piave On the border between Tuscany and Umbria, a few steps from the old town of Città della Pieve, the Resort collects all the charm of a region beloved for its nature, history and traditions. The Villa dates back to the XVIII century and has been turned into a Luxury Hotel at the end of 90s. The elegant lines of the façade invite to its noble origins and its exceptional location promotes Relaxation and Harmony with Nature. Nestled in 3 acres of a Secular Park and surrounded by a traditional Italian- style Garden adorned with luxuriant white roses and small fountains with relaxing water tricks, it is the perfect trend-d'union between the charm of history and the enchanting landscape which inspired Leonardo da Vinci and Pietro Perugino.


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LE TERRE DEI CAVALIERI HHHH Situated on the slopes of the Medieval town of Cortona, the hotel is immersed in a vast estate featuring a stunning swimming pool with whirlpool bath in one of Tus - cany’s most enchanting settings. LeTerre dei Cavalieri consists of an ancient farm - house and villa (Leopoldina) which date back to the 18th-century. Following careful and accurate restoration, the resort offers all modern comforts within a typically his toric setting. Bedrooms are tastefully furnished with careful attention to Tuscan tradition, with terracotta floors, ceilings with wooden beams and antiques.The resort is the ideal place to spend pleasant and relaxing hours, or to visit the most interesting artistic sites of Tuscany and Umbria.


CORTONA RESORT HHHHH Luxury The Cortona Resort, situated a few kilometres from Florence, Siena, Perugia, and Arezzo, consists of three independent residential units: the central villa dating back to 1700 with the attached private chapel, and the two side annexes. All of the buildings were internally restructured to give guests maximum comfort in a scenery from the past. The 26 rooms, including two suites, have a monochromatic décor chosen to begin the journey of relaxation. The Cortona Resort provides Wellness Center, located inside the main building and a traditional Tuscan restaurant “ La Corte “ with themed food and wine tasting typical local menu refined and original. Cortona Resort will be the most beautiful place where you can spend your special event, wedding or anniversary,to crown the best of your dream of love.


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