Cozy tourist apartments, recently refurbished and redecorated, each one with its own style, and with all the comforts of a home.
6 roomsLiveable floor area : 1,300 Sq.ft.
- View : City
- Kids welcome
- Setting : Cultural, Historical
- Bus stop / bus station at 330'
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Cozy house on 3 floors (ground, basement and mezzanine). 120 m2 with private access but full access to the Apartments services. Ground floor: from the entrance, you enter in the living area, a kitchen corner fully equipped, a dinner area, a library corner TV and a sofa-bed. The ground floor has also a modern furnished bathroom with a shower. Basement: a large master bedroom, a wardrobe area, a services area and a bathroom / laundry with a washing machine and an extra large shower. Mezzanine: marvelous 40 m2 open-area, oak-beamed living room with an inlaid wooden flooring, in the relax area can sleep two additional guests in sofa bed.
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When nights get warmer and the stars come out, Piazza Maggiore puts on its summer dress: the steps in front of the Basilica of San Petronio become crowded with young people chatting into the night. The café on the ground ﬂoor of the Palazzo del Podesta gets its tables out so customers can sip coffee in the open air while listening to the sound of water gurgling in the 16th-century Fontana del Nettuno (whose nudes caused quite a scandal when it was unveiled). Piazza Maggiore is the right place to start exploring the heart of Bologna. You can reach it from the Apartments. Here you will ﬁnd - San Petronio, one of the largest Catholic churches in the world. A brass sundial, designed by the astronomer Gian Domenico Cassini in 1665, stretches along its pink marble ﬂoor. On the same square you will ﬁnd the Palazzo d'Accursio, now the Town Hall, which looks rather like a fortiﬁed citadel with towers and crenelated walls. The statue of Pope Gregory XIII blesses passers-by from its front wall. The Palazzo d'Accursio houses several hidden treasures. Walk through its inner courtyard to the grand staircase; on the ﬁrst ﬂoor you will ﬁnd the Sala Ercole and the Sala Rossa, two frescoed halls overlooking Piazza Maggiore. On the second ﬂoor are the Grand Hall, a chapel (Cappella Farnese), the city art collections and the Museo Morandi named after the famous still-life painter Giorgio Morandi.
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The Apartments are in a two-story building on a quiet cottages tree-lined street (via Ghisiliera), strategically located just outside the ancient walls. From there you can start, with a short walk under the Bologna Porticoes, to explore the historic center of Bologna. Despite the proximity to the historical center, it is accessible by car, being just outside the restricted traffic area.