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Best places to stay in italy

Accommodation in italy
9 years ago, September 27th 2007 No: 1 Msg: #20120  
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planning a trip to Italy going to as many of the cities as i can would like hear any suggestions or experiences of places you've stayed at and relevant costs

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9 years ago, September 27th 2007 No: 2 Msg: #20122  
Ben, it depends a lot on where you want to stay, how much you want to spend and a whole bunch of other things. I have found that the best way to visit Italy is to choose a region of Italy, in that region outside of the main cities and explore with your own or rental car. You can use public transport to and from major cities and in the cities themselves but to explore the countryside are not ideal.

I have a few really great hotels . They are all places that either myself, friends or family have stayed in but they are mostly expensive places so might not be ideal.

Venice, Florence, Rome and Milan are the most expensive cities and if I were you I wouldn't bother with Milan. It is really nothing great. Staying outside of these cities and commuting in will save you a lot of money.
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9 years ago, September 28th 2007 No: 3 Msg: #20195  
Personally unless you've been to italy 1000's of timesm you can't go without visiting Venice, Florence or Rome. There are plenty of accommodation to choose from and from my experience, apartments now are probably the best value. You can stay in some great places at the fraction of the cost to stay in a hotel. The space is larger and you're given the independence you don't get at hotels. I've used these guys before and was really impressed. Florence apartments Venice apartments Rome apartments You can spend from 90 euros a night upwards but it seems to me that the average for 2 people is around 130 euros a night. Reply to this

9 years ago, February 16th 2008 No: 4 Msg: #27682  
I'd like to recommend our villa:

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Located in the heart of Tuscany, Villa Scopetello sits upon 14 hilltop acres of beautiful traditional Tuscan landscape. The Villa sleeps up to 15 people in 8 bedrooms, features a private pool and tennis courts, and is within a very short drive to some of Tuscany's most famous hilltop towns - Pienza, Siena, Florence, Montepulciano, and Cortona to name just a few.

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We are passionate about Italy, about Tuscany, and about Villa Scopetello. Our desire is for you and your group to experience the "real" Italy, not necessarily only the items mentioned in the latest guidebook. We will send you to the best local restaurants, we will coordinate a wine tour and tasting for you, have fabulous chefs give private cooking lessons, arrange a hilltop tour via Vespas for you and your group, guide you to the nearby hot springs and spas, and tell you all about the "hidden" architectural gems. We want you to remember your time at Villa Scopetello with the amount of passion and love that a true local has about this wonderful part of the world.

We look forward to welcoming you and your group to Villa Scopetello.

Grazie Mille, and let me know if you have any questions!
-Scott Reply to this

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