Cairoli- up to 4 guests, near the Central Station.

August 2020
August 2020
15:00 - 21:00
Standard occupancy:
Max occupancy:
45 m2
Newly renovated apartment in the historic center of Bologna, close to the central train station and convenient for all the main tourist attractions of the city.

Apartment located on the 3rd floor with elevator, easy accessible, recently renovated and equipped with every comfort to make your stay pleasant.

You enter directly into the living room with a sitting area with sofa bed that can host 2 people and the kitchen is well equipped with all the main utensils.
From the living room you enter the balcony, where you can relax and enjoy a good breakfast or a delicious lunch ...

In the bedroom there is a double bed, a large wardrobe and practical bedside tables.

Sheets, towels and toiletries are provided for each new check-in.

Bologna has one of the largest historical centres in Italy, rich in treasures and full of vitality that only a university town, in this case of ancient tradition, can offer. Because of these features, visitors have plenty of day and night entertainment options available.

One of the architectural features of this center are certainly the arcades, they extend about 40 km and date back to the late Middle Ages. As is often the case in living and expanding cities, the need to increase urban volumes in the heart of the busiest public spaces has led to the adoption of the porch system. Useful for repairing sun in summer and rain in winter, also gave the opportunity to enlarge the area of buildings. To date, the most characteristic are those of Casa Isolani in Via Maggiore, the only remaining in the wood, those painted in Piazza Malpighi and the elegant arcades of Chiesa dei Servi.The other distinguishing marks of Bologna are the towers. They were built by the most influential families as a symbol of prestige and later used for military and defensive purposes. Between 1100 and 1200 many were erected which unfortunately are no longer visible today, there are still twenty or so. The most interesting is certainly that of Asinelli, which you can visit by paying an entrance fee of three euros. Under its portico fantastic craft shops, you keep the commercial tradition of the place, at the top you can enjoy the magnificent view of Bologna. The climb is difficult, but it's really worth it!