March 20, 2023

All the locations of Fosca Innocenti? We take you on a tour of Arezzo, the beautiful Tuscan city that served as the backdrop for the Mediaset miniseries Fosca Innocenti starring Vanessa Incontrada. In this article, we've explored the locations of the first two episodes of the Mediaset TV series starring the beautiful and talented Vanessa Incontrada. If you missed them, I recommend reading it now. In this article, we'll examine the locations chosen by producer Banijay Studios for the third and fourth episodes. Visit Arezzo; our hotel will be happy to accommodate you and is the perfect solution for exploring the city as we are just a few steps away from the historic center where scenes from Fosca Innocenti were filmed.

Episode No. 3 - The Swan's SongEpisode No. 4 - A Dignified Burial

The deputy chief of police of Arezzo, Fosca Innocenti (Vanessa Incontrada), has always been in love with Cosimo (Francesco Arca) and lives in a farmhouse in Montecchio Vesponi in the province of Arezzo, specifically in Castiglion Fiorentino. Each episode begins with the beautiful sunflower fields and unspoiled nature of this area, less than thirty minutes' drive from our hotel. If you can stay longer in the city, Valdichiana is definitely worth a day trip. You can visit beautiful villages like Castiglion Fiorentino, Cortona, Lucignano, and Monte San Savino, just to name a few.

The main location of the TV series Fosca Innocenti is surely the fabulous Piazza Grande, definitely the most beautiful and suggestive place in the entire city, where the police station is located in the fiction. A square with a strong slope where all sides are small works of art, palaces built in different eras create a stage of breathtaking beauty; there is no main viewpoint; every corner is to be discovered. Piazza Grande is in the heart of the historic center of Arezzo. Some curiosities: The police station is inside the Palazzo della Fraternita dei Laici, which has more than 700 years of history. Next to the police station, you can see the apse of the Romanesque Parish Church of Santa Maria Assunta, and beside the police station are the famous Logge designed by Giorgio Vasari. Twice a year, a historical reenactment called the Saracen Joust takes place here. Also in Piazza Grande, you can find the stalls of the Antiques Fair every first Sunday of the month, and from mid-November to late December, it hosts the famous Christmas market.

One of the most suggestive (and lesser-known) locations in Arezzo worth visiting is the Church of San Domenico. In the fourth episode, Don Rocco's murder takes place right in the square of the church, which is visited several times by Fosca Innocenti.

Some locations that quickly appear in the third and fourth episodes of our beautiful Arezzo include:

  • Teatro Pietro Aretino, in Arezzo called "il Bicchieraia" because it is located in one of the most beautiful streets of the city called "via Bicchieraia," very close to Piazza Grande.
  • During a motorcycle ride, you can see Giulia de Falco (Desirée Noferini) quickly passing in front of the Vasari Aqueduct (the arches) at San Cornelio, built between the 16th and 17th centuries to bring water to the center of Arezzo.
  • The Vasari Logge in Piazza Grande are the setting for a romantic stroll between Fosca and Cosimo. Designed by Giorgio Vasari, they were built at the end of the 16th century.

Chi Siamo

Hotel Continentale: located in the heart of Arezzo's historic center, offers a warm and family-friendly atmosphere nurtured over three generations. Modern elegance and luxurious comfort combine to create a unique experience, ideal for business and leisure stays. The iconic sixth-floor panoramic terrace with a view of the ancient city will take your breath away.




giostra del saracino
whirlpool tub
travel idea
time travel experience
romantic weekend
romantic hotel
mountain bike
mercatini di natale
love and relax
idee viaggio
fuga d'amore
cycle tourism
casa di babbo natale
Bike Itineraries
Bike Itineraries
arezzo città del natale
bike hotel
arezzo hotel

Recent Post

Festa di San Donato in Arezzo: A Celebration of History, Culture, and Faith. Our terrace offering an unparalleled vantage point to witness Arezzo’s stunning fireworks display. Exclusively available to our guests.

More Info

The Mengo Music Fest, now in its 2024 edition, is one of Italy's most anticipated musical events, renowned for its ability to blend a wide range of musical genres, from indie music to rock, pop, and electronic music.

More Info

Giostra del Saracino is an absolute must for anyone visiting Arezzo and the Tuscany region. This thrilling event offers an opportunity to immerse oneself in the rich history and culture of this beautiful city while enjoying an unforgettable spectacle that has been passed down through generations.

More Info