Italy / Bologna
Appartement In The City
The appartment is quite simple but cozy and it is overlooking a nice park.It is about 110 square meters.The flat is very cool in the summer given all the trees around,but it also has an air conditioning and a ceiling fan. The flat is on third floor with an elevator. Silent street.
The appartment is particularly suitable for the families travelling with the kids since it has a well equipped kids room and a beautiful park outside. The kitchen is small and simple but it has a dishwasher There is a full bath in the bathroom. We have SKY Television. The balcony is overlooking the park and is nice for the early breakfast or to relax after the day trips.
The appartment is very convenient to public transportation. The bus stop is directly at the entrance of the building and the bus will bring you directly to the train station or downtown. Bologna is in the center of the crossing of the roads that will take you in train to Florence(1hour) Venice(2hours) Ravenna(1hour) Verona (2hours).
The Adriatic Sea is only 60km away! The oldest University of Europe is in Bologna In summer you can walk in the city in the shadow because everywhere there are" portici" (they are 42 km long), those are the galleries, so it is cool!
We are are professionals We used to live in Boston where we got our Ph.D. but then we moved back to Italy where we bought this appartement 9 years ago. We love walking in the the countryside, reading and sightseeing.
We have two very well behaving girls 12 and 16 years old.
We will take care of your home and we will leave everything exactly the way we found it.
In august 2013 we did our first homeexchange with France and it was the our best vacation. Extremely positive and enriching experience.
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|Sleeps||4 (2 Bedrooms)|
|Airport||Bologna (2 km)|
When & Where
|Dates not specified|
|Disabled access||Bicycles (2)|
|DVD||VCR (NTSC (North America))|
|Travellers||4 (2 Adults, 2 Children)|
|Languages||English / French / Italian|
|Occupation||Proffessor at the University/Consultant and Consultant in Health Economics|