2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom , 1 livingroom, 1 kitchen, 4 Tv sat, Microwawe etc...
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 8:00 PM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Perfect location. Clean and modern apartment with two shower bathrooms and kitchen
Easy check in and check out. Breakfast fixings in refrigerator and pantry. A bit of a challenge if you have a car and need to park but we managed. Close to main shopping street and right on the river. Have suggested the owner adds some international TV stations for the reception since all were in Italian. Would certainly recommend this listing to anyone. It was perfect for our party of two adult couples.
Fabulous! Elegant, comfortable, and very gracious hosts! Would definitely stay in this luxurious accommodation again. Top of the line appliances, including washer/dryer. Great location on the river near shops and restaurants. Bravo!!
Thank you so much!
A beautiful stylish apartment, convenient for exploring Pisa and it's surroundings
A beautiful apartment, comfortable and well equipped. We used it as a base to visit Florence and Luca as well as Pisa. If we had stayed longer we could have done much more. The owner and her contact were very helpful and responded immediately to all our questions. The fridge was full on our arrival with many thoughtful provisions, including fresh milk! They must know the English well.
Vi hadde et fantastisk opphold i en nydelig leilighet som lå sentralt plassert. Kjøleskapet var fylt opp, noe som var ekstra kjekt når vi kom på ettermiddagen. Hyggelig utleier som tipset oss om gode spiseplasser og severdigheter. Hit vil vi gjerne tilbake:)
High standard and luxury apartment
This apartment, localed in an ancient palace, is absolutely phenomenal. Decorated with excellent taste, it is clean and neat, equiped with all the appliances and facilities you could hope for.
The owner has the delicate attention to provide you with first breakfast, lunch, or dinner : wine, water, fruits, yogourts, ham, butter, coffee....
Ideally located, you can walk to any Pisa center of interest.
We highly recommand this place to rent.
Thank you so much.
We hope to see you again.
Adriana & Sonia
The prestigious history of Roncioni Palace in Pisa. Roncioni Palace was built around the first half of the 17th century in the architectural style of Buontalenti and for a long time represented a meeting place for many artists and intellectuals, who frequented the Palace or lived there. In 1622, the Navarette family, the original owners, sold it to the Roncioni family. The beautiful daughter Isabella Roncioni was in love with Ugo Foscolo and contributed to inspiring him for the writing of Jacopo Ortis. In 1794, Angiolo Roncioni and Andrea Agostini gave birth to the Roncioni Academy, a cultural centre where distinguished artists and personalities were invited and the most cutting-edge theatre pieces were performed. Vittorio Alfieri stayed at Roncioni Palace in 1795, when he was invited to perform his tragedy “Saul” during the “Luminaria of San Ranieri”. In 1816, the Palace welcomed the writer Madame de Stael and successively, Luigi Bonaparte, Napoleon´s brother. Precious stone decorations and frescoes enrich the interiors: the painter G.B. Tempesti frescoed the principal floor, “piano nobile”, in 1789, and there is an imposing marble fireplace by the sculptor G. Baratta. The grand staircase “Scalo Roncioni” on the front of the Palace leading to the Arno river banks is worthy of note, as it represents one of the few trading ports that remained after the works to embellish and renovate the “Lungarni” riversides. is served by the highways A12 n/s (Sestri Levante – Livorno) and A11 e/w (Pisa – Florence). It is also served by road SS67 from / to Florence and road SS1 (Via Aurelia) connecting Rome to La Spezia.
- Piazza dei Miracoli (Square of Miracles), with the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the Leaning Tower, the Monumental Cemetery, the Museum of Sinopias and the Opera del Duomo Museum;
- National Museum of San Matteo; National Museum of Palazzo Reale; Medici Palace; Palazzo Blu (Blue Palace); Church of Santa Maria della Spina; Church of San Francesco and the cloister; Church of San Nicola; Borgo Stretto and the Birthplace of Galileo Galilei; the Botanical Garden; “Tuttomondo” Mural by Keith Haring;
Calci Charterhouse and the Natural history Museum of the University of Pisa (Galleries of Cetaceans, of Palaeontology, of Fossils and Minerals, and the biggest freshwater aquarium of Italy); Migliarino San Rossore and Massaciuccoli Natural Park.