Poppi, the mediaeval castle of the Guidi Counts, established between the middle and the end of the 13th century.
An itinerary to discover the middle ages in the Valdarno area winds following the course of the Arno river, from Ponte Buriano and its ancient Romanesque bridge, along the Via dei Setteponti route,
Lucignano. Its urban structure, based on an elliptical plan with concentric rings, makes of this village one of the most unique ones within the Arezzo territory.
Poppi, the medieval castle of the Guidi Counts, which was built between the middle and the end of the 13th century.