Subbiano and Capolona are divided only by the Arno: one on the left bank and the other on the right bank. From there, with an easy and short stage, you reach Arezzo, rich in history and art. The route is between cart roads and country paths, with few ups and downs.
With this stage you leave Subbiano, to immediately enter another one, Capolona. Cross the Arno after Subbiano, pass under the SS 71, and continue near the river. It passes again under the SS 71 and continues on the SP dello Spicchio. Take the road that leads to the purification plants, a road that, after the last house, becomes CAI path no. 43; this enters a fine wood above the river; after the beautiful clearing in the middle of broom and olive groves you reach the Pieve di Sietina (worth a visit). (cyclists continue to the right on the Spicchio provincial road, then on Via Pieve a Sietina, up to Pieve a Sietina) Then continue towards Arezzo descending towards the Arno, which you cross on a comfortable footbridge. After crossing the river you reach Giovi-Ponte alla Chiassa, cross the railway line and reach the old route of the SS 71. Then you return to the open countryside on a beautiful cart track, reaching the town of Puglia, an ancient settlement on an isolated hill in the middle of the plain. (recommended for cyclists to enter the Strada Della Puglia and continue for 1.3 km). Leaving Puglia in the direction of Arezzo you pass on the Stradone di Cio, you pass the SP della Catona. Then after crossing several country roads you come across Via San Fabiano, and then Via Tarlati. You arrive close to the walls of the city of Arezzo, at Porta Stufi. You then arrive in the centre, in Piazza Duomo. A more environmental alternative is to go up to the park from Via San Fabiano, pass alongside the cemetery, follow the walls and go to Porta Stufi.