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  • Excellent accommodation for two!

    "Everything about the apartment was great for a short 3-night trip to Venice. Located just across the water from San Marco, it provided the perfect distance away from the tourists there (although not too much at this time of year) yet very easy to get to all sites within the area. The apartment was exactly as advertized and we had no difficulty with it whatsoever. We bought 3-day Alilaguna tickets on line before arriving in Venice and found it extremely useful. It allowed us to get to and from the airport as well as all boat trips during the stay.(The Alilaguna stop we used for the apartment was Zitelle, just one stop away from San Marco). The price also included a guided tour of Murano and Burano. The really good thing about Alilaguna is that their boats were never crowded, unlike the more frequent and more locally-used ACTV boats.....would strongly recommend Alilaguna over ACTV even if it is a bit more expensive. The only thing I would suggest for the apartment is to have a bit more light in the bedroom , (e.g. a bright floor lamp)."
    Guest: Paul F. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 2, 2014
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  • Lovely!

    "My husband and I stayed here with my parents and this place was perfect for us. The house itself is a lovely mixture of old and new with all the modern conveniences you could need. My husband and I love to cook and find exploring local markets half the fun of a holiday and this place was so well-equipped it made it easy to whip up fantastic meals. The house was spacious, the beds were comfy, and the grounds were lovely. There was plenty of space for us to spread out and relax. The location is in a scenic and quiet area, yet close enough to take day trips to many points of interest. The owners were incredibly helpful both before and during the rental. They provided an extensive list of recommendations for day trips, restaurants, and other helpful hints. They even programmed a GPS with favourites which proved to be invaluable on many occasions. A particularly nice touch was the welcome basket of food which was far more extensive than we expected and a nice touch upon arriving after a long flight. My husband and I have rented at least a dozen houses in nearly as many countries and this one was easily the best appointed. We would absolutely stay here again and recommend it to others."
    Guest: Cadwalader Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 12, 2014
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  • Great Location!!!

    "We had a wonderful time here in Bologna. The apartment was large enough to accommodate the whole family for an extraordinary experience here in Italy. Carla and her husband were most gracious and even had the refrigerator stocked with goodies to get us started. The apartment is located in a perfect place....close to the railroad station, restaurants, and everything Bologna has to offer. Even though we stayed for three weeks, we were not ready to leave. Many, many thanks!!"
    Guest: Carol G. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 19, 2014
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  • The accommodations were perfect.

    "My wife and I stayed at La Giulia as part of our honeymoon to Italy. The accommodations were perfect. A little small, but cozy. The spiral staircase was a great addition. The neighborhood was quiet and the surroundings were typical Italy, quaint and colorful. The area was centrally located, within walking distance of everything: 10 minutes to the Vatican, 10 minutes to Piazza Navona (great restaurants and people watching), 30 minutes from the train station. We ate a several rooftop restaurants with to-die-for views: Hotel Relais and Hotel Indigo. A must restaurant is Il Convivo Trioni (expensive but superb). I would definitely recommend Italy Perfect to a friend."
    Guest: Mike D. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 1, 2014
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Lombardy Travel Tips

Experience European Sophistication in Lombardy, Italy

Lombardy is the primary business region in Italy; its capital Milan is reputed to be one of the fashion and couture capitals of the world. Home to many of the great designers, people come from all over the world to shop in Milan. The Lombardy region is wealthy and vibrant, offering both business and leisure travelers many attractions. The cities on the plains surrounding Milan are known for their art. Further north, the scenic beauty of the Alps and many lakes inspire and invite exploration. If you like the energy of big cities then Lombardy, Italy vacation rentals will provide you with an opportunity to immerse yourself in the city scene. And if you're looking to experience the tranquility of the north Italian lakes, you can book a rental home on Lake Como, Maggiore, Garda or Lugano.

Travel to and Around Lombardy, Italy

Milan has four airports serving both international and regional carriers. The four airports are Milan Bergamo, Milan Brescia, Milan Malpensa, and Milan Linate. The airports and major cities are well connected by a high-speed rail network. Added to the rail network is an efficient public transport system consisting of buses, trams and taxis. Getting around Lombardy is quick, affordable and convenient. Car hire is available but unnecessary unless you plan to visit more remote areas of Lombardy. It's much easier to simply use the public transport network. Many people staying in Lombardy, Italy accommodations tour the region by bike. This is a fantastic way to explore especially the lake and mountain areas in the summertime, although a good level of fitness is required.

Visitor interests in Lombardy, Italy

While a major attraction is the glitz and glamour of Milan holiday rentals, Lombardy has attractions that will interest a wide variety of travelers. With a rich art heritage, art and culture enthusiasts can browse the many galleries and visit the art cities on the lakes and plains near Milan. The cathedrals and displays of ancient architecture are impressive, and the cobbled streets and quaint houses in the smaller towns make you feel as though you have stepped back in time.

Bergamo is a town in the northern part of Lombardy that is a popular weekend getaway destination. Located at the foothills of the Alps and near Lake Como the town is split into two distinct sections. Bergamo Alta can be found on the upper hillside and is the older more traditional part of town. Bergamo Bassa is at a lower level and where the newer developments can be found. The town is the perfect base from which to explore and enjoy the many outdoor attractions that the region has to offer. You can hire boats and kayaks and enjoy leisurely days sailing or paddling the lakes. Alternatively, you can cycle or hike up the many paths in the Alps and enjoy the clear mountain air.

Many Lombardy, Italy villas can be found on the lake shores. The natural beauty of the area and peaceful atmosphere lends itself to relaxation. In addition to Bergamo, the medieval towns of Mantua, Pavia, Brescia, and Cremona provide visitors with great insight into age-old traditions and rural Italian lifestyles.

Enjoy the Gastronomic Delights of Lombardy, Italy

One thing is for certain, wherever you go in Italy, food is a celebration. Portions are generous and flavors are rich, infused with olives and Mediterranean delights. Specialities of the region include risotto al la Milanese, polenta, ossobuco al la Milanese, and bresaola. Bakeries produce fresh bread daily and browsing the local markets for fresh fruit and vegetables is an experience all in itself.

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