Located in the heart of the lively city of Arezzo, the CasaMia Guesthouse is a refreshing change for travelers, both tourist and business. These three bedroom B&B offers contemporary design, spacious and luminous rooms and an area of relax while incorporating the classic architectral elements of Tuscany. A stay at CasaMia is truly a unique opportunity to mix the yesteryear of Italy with the lively Italy of today.
Live the Italian City Lifestyle
A lush and luminous three bedroom apartment located amidst the historically rich cityscape of Arezzo. The use of soft natural colors highlight the delectable mix of new innovative design concepts with traditionally Tuscan architectural elements, such as the stone fireplace and wood beam ceilings. The modern art and artistic flair found throughout the apartment compliment the authentic Tuscan lifestyle one finds in Arezzo – real people, living a real Italian environment. The apartment is complete with a full kitchen with all modern conveniences including a microwave, washing machine and dish washer. There is a spacious living room where one can relax or entertain with a plasma TV, free wifi, safe and Bose Bluetooth. Extra plus, don’t need to worry about where to park the car because there is a garage.
Immerge Yourself in an Open Air Museum
Arezzo offers a rich and varied cultural network embracing their Etruscan heritage and mixing it with the many remains of an active medieval city. Simply walk the city vias and streets to appreciate the incredible mix of architectural styles: the Roman amphitheater, the Piazza Grande, the tower palaces and the neoclassical buildings. This beautifully green city offers many parks for strolling or jogging as well as a wide array of restaurants, bars, cafès, and cultural events such as jazz concerts, theater, antique fairs and art exhibits.
Italy is at Your Finger Tips
All you need is a train ticket and a 5 minute walk to the train station to truly adventure throughout all of Italy. The Arezzo train station is a major hub where fast trains stop before heading towards Florence, Rome, Venice and Milan making travel fast, easy and fun. But you don’t need to travel too far from Arezzo to enjoy the vastly diverse landscape. Head north into the Casentino Valley and visit the National Park, the monestaries of Camaldoli and La Verna or the Poppi Castle from the late 1200’s. Or you could go south and visit the Cortona city center and soft rolling hills, covered with fruit, grain and sunflowers. If you head west or east, you will find yourself with multiple choices, Siena, the enticing Chianti landscape, the hilltop town of Anghiari or the art treasure of Sansepolcro.