Where we are

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How to reach us

The Palazzo Bostoli Guest House is located in the historic center of Arezzo and some of our rooms have a prestigious overlooking the Corso Italy, the main street of the ancient city.

The location is perfect, strategic point to reach on foot all the most beautiful tourist attractions of the city.

We are located in ZTL zone, in a restricted traffic area: however all guests is allowed to travel with their car just in front of the building for loading and unloading luggage *. Communicating the license plate of your vehicle, we will send to the Arezzo Municipal Police an temporary authorization to access in restricted area and it will not be released any contravention.

Please note that in any case, after you have checked-in at the property, you need to move your car in one of the public parking.


  1. Parking Pietri: Address: Via Pietri - Parking Pietri is a large public car park located outside the walls of the ancient city, which is about 850m away. The car park is divided into three areas, one of these is completely free, while the rest are paid (€ 5.00 all day). Escalators are available for direct access to the historic center.
  2. Parking Cadorna: Address: Via Porta Buia - parking Cadorna is located just outside the historic city center, about 450m away. The parking charge from 8.00am until 8.00pm (1.30 € per hour), while all night is free.
  3. Garage Sant'Agostino: Address: Via Pietro Aretino - Parking Sant'Agostino is a covered parking garage and guarded, open from 7.30am to 8.30pm (all night the car park is closed). Talking to the garage front desk of your stay at Palazzo Bostoli, you can take advantage of our special rate of € 11.00 per 24 hours. Located about 500m from the property.

If you reach us by train, the train station is about 800m from our Guest House.

*) You can't reach our Guest House with your car to drop your luggages during periods of Antique Fair (first Sunday of the month and the previous Saturday), of Giostra del Saracino (last week of June and first week of September) and other events.