Vermaaten Residence Todi, offers a beautiful apartment in the center of Todi. In Vicolo di San Silvestro 7 is a characteristic apartment style, finely restored. It can comfortably accommodate up to 4 adults (bedroom + sofa bed in the lounge). The apartment offers a multitude of features including: TV, PS2 with different games, microwave, washing machine, hairdryer, iron and heating. The apartment is located a short walk from the bus stop and a convenient parking. Todi is considered one of the most liveable cities in Italy. Enjoy Todi like a local.
- Apartment645 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Min Stay2 nights
Beautiful apartment in the center of Todi. Nice furnishings
Michael David Vermaaten
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- within one day
- english, italian
- Calendar last updated:
- Aug 16, 2018
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Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
logeren in de gewelven van de binnenstad van Todi
goed en gezellig ingericht appartement in de gewelven van Todi! Klein minpuntje, weinig daglicht. Parkeerplaats in de openlucht (tegen betaling) op een plek om de hoek van het appartement tegen het oude centrum van Todi.
Known as "the most livable city in the world" (but tuderti prefer to say "ideal city"!)Todi is a mediaeval town with a unique beauty and elegance that stands on top of a hill dominating the lovely valley of the Tiber.
Situated a few kilometers from Perugia and Orvieto, the town is limited between three circles of walls (Etruscan, Roman and medieval) that enclose countless treasures. Among the things to do in Todi, one of the most beautiful views it is surely to Piazza del Popolo, the heart of the town button overlooked by some of the most important buildings of the Old Town which are opposed, with a striking effect, the religious complex.
Here you can admire the whole of the City Hall, born from the union of the People's Palace that hosts the lapidary Museum, the Municipal Art Gallery and the Roman Etruscan Museum, the thirteenth-century Palazzo del Capitano and the Palazzo dei Priori, perhaps the most beautiful of three and was finished in the fourteenth century.
The Cathedral, built in the twelfth century on the ruins of a temple dedicated to the god Apollo, is characterized by a long stairway access and a beautiful Romanesque facade; climbing the stairs from the top of the steps, you can take great pictures of the whole square.
Not far away, about 20 meters from the square is the Church of St. Fortunato, dedicated to the patron saint of the city and built in the thirteenth century, which houses the tomb in the crypt of the humanist poet Jacopone and has a beautiful fresco of Masolino da Panicale .
What to do in Todi? To truly experience the beauty of Todi suggest a visit to its underground treasures, the Cisterns. Built by the Romans, they are located just below the Piazza del Popolo and were used to collect rain water.
Another tip on what to do in Todi: a dip in the Middle Ages! Go through the three medieval towns of Ulpiano, New and Porta Fratta and the lower area called the Valley of Pontigli; inside the narrow alleys frequently open the doors to all sixth of ancient workshops, belonging, in medieval times, the twenty-three corporations of arts and crafts that dominated the whole town's economic life; They were often the same corporations, in addition to the monastic orders, who commissioned the construction of several small churches and oratories of which traces are still visible.
Situated next to Piazza del Popolo, Piazza Garibaldi offers stunning views of the countryside below, and another beautiful view we suggest you get on its highest point, the bell tower of San Fortunato, from which you can even catch a glimpse of Perugia.
If after following our tips on what to see in Todi there came a little peckish we have to give you some advice on what to eat in Todi.
Tuderti on tables next to the traditional bread will certainly find the pan caciato (or nociato), a small round loaf with walnuts, cheese and raisins. But among our tips on what to eat in Todi you can not miss the palomba the greedy, the dish par excellence of Todi. In the winter months there is no home or restaurant where they do their appearance pigeons, which must cook slowly, skewered on a spit, "with good coal, but no flame."
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Sono ammessi animali di piccola taglia ed educati. Comodo anche per il parcheggio da non sottovalutare a Todi.