Giambologna- up to 6ppl w/garage

7
August 2020
Friday
8
August 2020
Saturday
2
Features
Check-in:
11:00 - 21:00
Check-out:
11:00
Standard occupancy:
2
Max occupancy:
6
Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
1
Area:
92 m2
Type:
 
Description
The apartment has been recently renovated and is located on the 4th floor of a well-kept building.
The apartment consists of two double bedrooms with 2 double beds, plus a living area with a sofa bed that can accommodate two people.

The kitchen is fully equipped for your stay with basic utensils and appliances.

Sheets, towels and courtesy kit are stocked at each new check-in.

We are always available on the phone for further infos.

The current via Zamboni, center of the university area and home to many schools of the Bologna university, was called via San Donato: this road, in fact, started from Piazza Ravegnana, where the two towers are located, and led to the countryside to the north - east, towards Granarolo, Minerbio, Molinella. San Donato is also the name of a small church in the Jewish ghetto, which is located right at the beginning of Via Zamboni, in the center. In this district today we find the Bologna Fair and the offices of the Emilia-Romagna Region, and the largest Italian railway sorting station in terms of size and traffic of goods. San Vitale takes its name from a large historic artery of the city, Strada San Vitale, which today is partly via San Vitale and then continues as via Massarenti, via Mattei and then becomes the provincial road. The district of Cyrenaica contains the area around via Libia: the name was a tribute to the Libyan conquest by Italy in the early 1900s, but today the toponymy has been changed and the streets bear the names of the Fallen for the Liberation of Bologna. Cyrenaica is also the district of via Paolo Fabbri, the very one Francesco Guccini sings about.
Location