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rustic tummy-fillers including pappa al pomodoro (a thick bread and tomato soup served
in summer) and ribollita (a 'reboiled' bean, vegetable, cabbage and bread soup served in
La Bottega di Gnicche
( ; Piazza Grande 4; panini €3-5; 11am-8pm Thu-Tue) There's a delect-
able array of artisan meats and cheeses to choose from when you order a panini imbottiti
(roll filled with meat and cheese) at this wonderful alimentari (grocery store) on Arezzo's
main piazza.
Caffè dei Costanti
( ; Piazza San Francesco 19-20; 8.30am-9.30pm Wed-Sun, to 2am summer)
Arezzo's oldest and most atmospheric cafe is located directly opposite the Basilica di San
Francesco, so it's a perfect coffee stop before or after a visit to the Cappella Bacci. The
coffee is excellent, as are the home-baked pastries. The outdoor tables are popular with
the aperitivo set.
Centro di Accoglienza Turistica Benvenuti ad Arezzo ( 0575 40 19 45; ;
Palazzo Comunale, Via Ricasoli; 10am-1pm & 2-7pm Mon-Fri, 10am-1pm Sat & Sun Jun-Sep, to 4pm
Oct-May) The region's main tourist office is located opposite the duomo . There's another
branch (Piazza della Repubblica 22-23) with similar hours in Piazza della Repubblica next to
the train station.
Una Vetrina per Arezzo e Le Sue Vallate ( 0575 182 27 70; 9am-7pm) A private tourist office
located on the scala mobile leading up to Piazza del Duomo. Offers toilet facilities (€0.50)
and maps (€0.50). It operates another branch (Piazza Grande;
10.30am-5.30pm Sat & Sun) in
Piazza Grande.
0575 25 50 01; Via A de Gasperi) Hospital located outside the
Nuovo Ospedale San Donato (
city walls.
Police (
0575 31 81; Via Fra Guittone 3)
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