Valtiberina is located in the easternmost part of Tuscany and takes its name from the river that crosses its entire length, up to the border with Umbria: the Tiber.
An itinerary in Valtiberina can begin in Anghiari, one of the most beautiful medieval villages in Italy, known for the famous Battle of Anghiari in 1440 in which the Florentine troops defeated the Milanese.
The village of Sansepolcro, on the other hand, is strongly connected to the figure of Piero della Francesca: the artist, who went by the name of Pietro dal Borgo, immortalized Sansepolcro in many of his works, enhancing its unique characteristics.
Finally, the Pieve Santo Stefano, the City of the Diary, deserves a stop. Since 1984, this village has housed the National Diary Archive, formed from the idea of the journalist and writer Saverio Tutino, it collects thousands of diaries, memoirs and letters.