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The beautiful town of Cortona is located in the Arezzo province of Tuscany in Italy. Replete with stunning examples of medieval architecture, breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and a society rich in culture, Cortona is a fantastic place to visit if you’re in search of the Italy of yesteryear. Built on a hillside, the town’s narrow and steeply inclining streets are spectacular. And the views of the surrounding hills and countryside simply must be seen in person to be fully appreciated. Such is this area’s incredible culture, the only way to do it justice is by basing your stay in a holiday apartment in Cortona from 9flats.
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The Palazzo Casali is one of the town’s main hives of activity, and a trip there should always include a visit to the Museo dell Accademia Etrusca. A massive selection of ancient artefacts from previous Eqyptian, Roman and Etruscan civilisations are on display, and amongst its vast exhibits includes the lampadario – the Etruscan hanging lamp. No visit to this beautiful part of Italy should pass by without a visit to the Etruscan chamber tombs, however. These fascinating structures include chambers which were paved with massive slabs of masonry and adorned with intricate carvings and sculptures. Centuries of tradition and culture can be witnessed on almost every street in Cortona, and the only way to fully immerse yourself in the local community is to live amongst the locals. A holiday apartment in Tuoro will put you right at the heart of a local neighbourhood – the only way to truly appreciate a local way of life.
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Historic buildings and artefacts can be found throughout the town, but perhaps the most significant are those housed in the Diocesan Museum. Two panels depicting the Annunciation and a Madonna and Child with Saints attract visitors from around the world. The museum is also the home of works by Giuseppe Maria Crespi. If you’re simply in search of Italy’s famous cuisine, the restaurants and bistros in the area are locally operated, and they sell only the finest, local produce. You can also cycle or hike around the surrounding countryside, and take in a tour of the local vineyards. If you’re a fan of couchsurfing in Cortona, holiday accommodation in Tuscany from 9flats is a fantastic alternative. Whilst similar to the couchsurfing phenomenon, 9flats gives you the added element of luxury – and your very own holiday home.
From vacation homes in Florence to holiday flats in New York, the 9flats website is a one-stop-shop for luxurious holiday properties throughout the world. The ability to immerse yourself in the daily life of towns and cities gives you a perspective that just isn’t possible when staying in local hotels.