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Open space apartment in Viterbo
Open space apartment in Viterbo

Entire home/apt

2 guests

1 bedroom

1 bed
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The space

We are delighted to present a luxury, completely restored and furnished open-space apartment, in the wonderful Medieval city of Viterbo, Central Italy (70 km far from Rome).

The geographical area is known as Tuscia, located between the regions Tuscany, and Umbria, and the city of Rome. It is characterised by its beauty of artistic and natural masterpieces. Every corner is a vibrant evidence of the Etruscan civilization which once thrived here and where the vestiges of these epochs are harmoniously juxtaposed with charming Medieval quarters and splendid Renaissance and Baroque palazzi. This area has a wealth of natural and cultural sights, many of which are little-known and are off the usual tourist-track and are, as such, particularly suggestive.

Viterbo, the main town in the province, has a perfectly preserved Medieval old-town. Particularly in San Pellegrino, the central borough of the old city, there is still tangible evidence of the immensity of the Papal wealth of that period. The ancient houses in the San Pellegrino quarter are often home to many art and antique shops where you can find original or hand made objects to purchase.

The apartment, which can host a maximum of two persons, is located at the first floor of a restored historical building and it is arranged over two floors.

The first floor is composed of a small entrance, a generous living room equipped with a comfortable sofa, a TV and a bookcase, a large cooking area, with dishwasher, gas cooker, oven, one bathroom and a storage room.

An open stair gives access to the second floor, open to the first. The second floor is composed of a sleeping area, with a double bed, a dresser, and a walk-in closet, a study space, equipped with a desk and a bookcase, and one bathroom, with a large shower stall and a washing machine.

We are available as tourist guides and for outdoor activities. Please contact us for more information.

Would you like to try some local recipes and learn how to cook them being comfortably seated in your sofa? We can be your cook! You can choose the menu (one starter, one main course, one second course, one dessert, bread, wine) that better fit your tastes. The price is 30 euro per person, all included. Contact us for more information.

The apartment is located at 10 minutes walk from the Medieval borough “San Pellegrino”, the Pope palace “Palazzo dei Papi” and the train station “Viterbo Porta Fiorentina”, at 2 minutes walk from “Piazza San Faustino”, the square where local farmers sell their delicious products, and at 5 minutes walk from “Piazza della Rocca”, the square where the National Etruscan Museum is located.
The apartment is also 1 minute walk from the bus station, which links Viterbo with the thermal hot spring of "Terme dei Papi".

By plane:

From Rome international airport Leonardo da Vinci, catch the train to Roma Ostiense (NOT that going at Termini Station) and get off in Roma Trastevere. From there, catch the train to Viterbo Porta Romana or Porta Fiorentina. It takes about 2.5 hrs in total. Tickets for the entire trip can be purchased at the Fiumicino airport station.

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From Rome Ciampino airport, the nearest railway station to “Giovan Battista Pastine” airport is Ciampino Città, connected to the airport by the buses COTRAL/SCHIAFFINI every 30 minutes. The travelling time is about 5 minutes. Tickets, sold in the bus and on the ground, cost 1 euro. A light metro connects Ciampino railway station to Termini railway station with an average time of 15 minutes.

Alternatively, you can take different bus lines from Ciampino Airport:

The daily connection by public transports between the airport and the Railway station Roma Termini is carried out by the COTRAL/SCHIAFFINI buses. The ticket costs 5 euro and it could be bought directly in the bus. For information go to the web site (URL HIDDEN) The connection is, furthermore, carried out by the SITBUSSHUTTLE bus line, which daily connects the airport to Termini rail station with an average time of 30 minutes. The cost is 6 euros only one way. For information go to the web site (URL HIDDEN)

It is also available a connection with Termini rail station granted by the TERRAVISION company, whose transport service is carried out in coincidence to the flights carried out by Ryanair, Easyjet, Hapag Lloyd Express, Wizz Air, My Air, Blue Air, Central Wings and Flyme. The ticket costs only one way is 6 euro(adult) and 4 euro (child). The return tickets: 12 euro (adult), 7 euro (child). Tickets are sold, besides on the aircrafts and on the web sites of the low cost carriers, also in the boxes in front of the arrival area of the airport and directly on the web site (URL HIDDEN)

From Roma Termini railway station, use the following instructions.

By train:

From Rome:

From Roma Termini station you can take the subway, line A direction Battistini, and stop at Valle Aurelia. Here there are railway connections reaching Viterbo Porta Romana or Viterbo Porta Fiorentina station in about 2 hours.

By car:

In general, you can take the Rome-Florence highway (A1) and exit at Orte. Here take the Orte-Viterbo speedway (E45) and exit at Viterbo Nord.

From Siena you can alternatively take the National Road Cassia (S.S.2.) and reach Viterbo in about 2 hours

The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Room type: Entire home/apt

Hair dryer

Weekly Discount: 5%
Weekend Price $109 NZD / night
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Common spaces
1 couch

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)


1 night minimum stay

2 Reviews

Tore User Profile
December 2014
My wife and I lived in this apartment during the months September, October and November this autumn. The apartment has an excellent location just inside the old walls of the historic part of Viterbo, and close to the San Faustino market which offers local fruit, vegetables, meat and cheese, and even fish. Grocery and wine stores are also in the vicinity. The cooking area in the apartment is well equipped with a spacious fridge and deep freezer, gas cooker, oven and dish washer. They all functioned very well. Also the washing machine in the bathroom on the second floor worked nicely. The living room is spacious. However, the sofa is not comfortable for sitting. The light in the living room is not good enough for reading in the evening. The bed in the sleeping area was comfortable and with enough bedding. Everything was clean when we arrived, and so were also both bathrooms. A positive asset is the walk-in closet which is excellent for storing luggage. We had no problems walking the stairs between the first and second floor, but they will be difficult for people that have walking problems and dangerous for small children. It was quiet in the building, but we were during the last month annoyed by the pump in the box in the entrance making noises every hour. We assume that will be fixed. At arrival, we were well welcomed by the host who gave good advices. In total, we are well satisfied with our stay in the apartment, and on a scale from one to ten we rate it to a good eight.

Patrizio User Profile
June 2014
Sono stato accolto con molta gentilezza e ospitalità la casa e molto bella e confortevole come nelle foto io e mia moglie ci siamo trovati molto bene abbiamo passato una bellissima settimana....

Rome, ItalyJoined in March 2013
Marta User Profile

Sono una viaggiatrice amante della storia e della natura. Mi appassiona il passato e la bellezza della nostra penisola. Vivo a Roma ma come posso cerco di visitare piccoli e grandi luoghi, parchi, siti archeologici. Ho una cana trovatella. Mi piace guidare le persone alla scoperta delle grandi bellezze note e meno note vicine e lontane. Chiedetemi pure e sarò felice di darVi indicazioni per vivere al meglio la ns bella Italia!

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