This is just to remain with the destinations that everyone is familiar with. However, when you are here, you will discover the fascinating world of the gullies which made an impression even on Leonardo Da Vinci, to the point that he placed them in the background of his paintings of both the Mona Lisa and the Virgin of the Rocks. You will find the “Adam’s stone” that Michelangelo was to reproduce, in the Sistine Chapel, in the scene of the Creation. You will discover that “lightness of the air” to which the great genius attributed the gift of his art when chatting to another great man of these places, Giorgio Vasari: in Arezzo, you can see the largest altar-piece (The Wedding of Esther and Ahasuerus) painted by him, the house, and the dignity of the Loggias. Here, you will find the thousand-years-old forests of the National Park of the Casentino area, or an early- medieval ambo from which the priest celebrated Mass when Charlemagne was not yet born; at Gropina, a Romanesque parish church is set in a small village where you will have the pleasure of hearing only the sound of your own steps and the song of the birds as you return. And, a little further on, you will find Loro Ciuffenna, with its medieval (12th c.) mill high over a small canyon, which is a canyon as only Tuscany can have: i.e. on a human scale.