Le Mura

Mura di Porta d'Azeglio 1/2 40136, Bologna

Spacious apartment situated near the old walls of Bologna. It is composed of a large entrance room with a dining table, three double bedrooms, a bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen and a living room with a double sofa bed. Equipped with all the comforts (optical fiber wi-fi, TV, A/C and heating) it is an ideal accommodation for groups and/or families wishing to spend a pleasant stay in the city.

 

THE SPACE

The apartment is located on the ground floor of a typical Bolognese building.

Once you enter the apartment you will find yourself inside the dining room. On your left, there is a bright living room that overlooks the street with television and two sofas (one of which is a double sofa bed) to relax after a long day in the city. Next to the living room, there are two bedrooms: one with a double bed, a desk and a wardrobe and the other with two single beds, a cupboard and a wardrobe. Continuing, you'll find the third bedroom with a double bed and next to it there the bathroom with a large shower, toilet and bidet. Inside the bathroom, you will also find a washing machine that is at your disposal. The large and bright kitchen is located to the right of the dining room: a set of pots, plates and crockery are at your disposal to cook and taste Bolognese delicacies or the food that you can buy at the mini-markets and fruit and vegetable stalls close to home.


THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

The apartment is located in a peaceful, quiet neighbourhood with typical architecture and bright colours.

In this neighbourhood finding good typical Bologna's food is not difficult. You can find many osterie, restaurants and gelato and pastry shops for your sweet tooth.

An excellent starting point to explore the cultural side or the greenest one of the city.

The very heart of the city, Piazza Maggiore - Two Towers, is only 5 minutes away on foot, while the nearby Via Saragozza will lead you -throughout the longest portico in the world- to San Luca. The portico, 4km long, snakes around the Colle della Guardia up to the sanctuary providing great panoramic views of the city and the green hills that embrace Bologna.