Arezzo
Sansepolcro
Interesting
Sansepolcro The Essential
Interesting
In the 10C, two pilgrims brought back relics of the Holy Sepulchre from the Holy Land. A small chapel was built to house them and the settlement of Borgo Sansepolcro grew up around it. Between 1415 and 1420, Piero della Francesca was born in a cobbler's house here. Today, Sansepolcro has preserved many of its old medieval houses and is the home of Buitoni pasta.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Sansepolcro
Museo Civico
Museo Civico
The museum has several remarkable works
120 minutes
Piazza S. Francesco (St Francis Square)
Piazza S. Francesco (St Francis Square)
On this square, opposite each other are
15 minutes
Via XX Settembre (Street of 20th September)
Via XX Settembre (Street of 20th September)
This attractive aristocratic street is
15 minutes
Piazza Torre di Berta
Piazza Torre di Berta
This square is at the heart of the old
15 minutes
Palazzo delle Laudi (Palace of the Laudi)
Palazzo delle Laudi (Palace of the Laudi)
Like the palazzo Aggiunti opposite, this
15 minutes
Casa di Piero della Francesca
Casa di Piero della Francesca
After seeing the work of Piero in the
30 minutes