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Make a holiday rental home or villa in Terni, Italy your home away from home

Once known as the ‘Manchester of Italy’ due to its industrial history, the town of Terni is the capital of the province of the same name, and one of the oldest towns in the Umbria region. It has also long been one of the most important towns in the region, and its good range of amenities and sites of interest make it a popular base for tourists visiting the area. It is also the nearest town to the fascinating Marmore’s Falls – the largest man-made waterfall in the world.

Things to do in Terni, Italy

Terni, Umbria has a number of historical sites around its well-preserved old town centre, including the ruins of a Roman amphitheatre which is believed to date back to 32BC. There are also three Romanesque churches, a 17th century cathedral and a restored Roman gate which was one of four ancient entrances to the city.

Just ten minutes’ drive away is Cascata delle Marmore (Marmore’s Falls) – the tallest man-made waterfall in the world. Here you can try your hand at adventure sports such as kayaking and rafting, or simply stand on the observatory platform and enjoy the spectacular views of the water crashing down from a height of 541ft. The falls consist of three sections which are turned on and off at certain times of the day, subject to demand.

Bars, shops, supermarkets and cafes can all be found in the centre of Terni, and the town has all of the amenities you would expect of one that is home to over 100,000 people. A Terni spa is a great place to head after a long day of sightseeing, and with several to choose from within a short distance of eachother, your every whim can be catered for.

Places to visit on holiday in Terni, Italy

Whilst staying in self-catering accommodation in Terni you will likely decide to head out and explore the beautiful region of Umbria. Perugia is the capital and can be reached in an hour on a good day, providing you with ample opportunity for exploring this artists’ haven. Closer to home, an enjoyable day can be spent visiting Terni’s neighbours Narni (11km) and San Gemini (16km). The use of a hire car is recommended is this rural area of Italy.

Weather in Terni, Italy

Umbria has a Mediterranean climate, meaning summers in Terni are long, sunny and warm, with daily high temperatures often above 30C. Rain is mainly concentrated over the autumn season, and winters are generally mild and a pleasant time to visit.

Flights to Terni, Italy

The easiest way to get to Terni is to fly to San Egidio Airport (PEG), which is 60km away near the city of Perugia. Ryanair fly to this destination from London Stansted Airport, a journey that takes around an hour and a half. Rome Ciampino Airport is an alternative, and is 116km from Terni.

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Fabulous pool, lovely characterful home, stunning views - beautiful, historic Umbria - go for it!

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We had a wonderful holiday with family in Poreta and relaxed instantly. September weather was great - hot days, cooler evenings, still warm enough for night-time dining outside. What we loved most: - Large, clean, single-depth pool (adult shoulder high) with awesome views across valley - Sunny terrace outside kitchen where we chilled, watched sunset and ate most of our meals - Lots of friendly local restaurants to suit every taste and budget. We ate well! - Fresh pasta shop in the village; buy to cook for yourself - Modern kitchen with good quality equipment and utensils - Brilliant village wine shop with interesting local wines - Walking - try the 11km route along Roman aqueduct from Spello to Collepino - Easy drive to medieval towns like Assisi, Gubbio (cable car is a must!) and Montefalco - Only 40 mins from Perugia airport so additional family could join us for the weekend - Black and green figs and yellow plums delicious in the garden - Good wi-fi connection - Last and certainly not least - the amazing Bianca who manages the house. We were slightly worried about privacy when we booked but everything turned out exactly as described. The big house was vacated, leaving us completely alone. Bianca met us in the village and showed us up to the house; she later quickly organised a small carpentry repair when needed (our fault); she never ever intruded. She and Sylvia (the owner) ensured our stay was completely relaxing and were very sensitive to our wish to be helped 'from a distance'. Thank you! Our only other comments would be: - There are a number of steep steps/drops inside and out so we wouldn't recommend for little ones or anyone unsteady on their feet - Four more kitchen mugs would be useful - A few more coat hangers helpful (fighting for these!) - An extra main door key would be handy for guests Thank you for a fabulous stay!
  • Review Submitted: Sep 18, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017

A lovely Italian house with stunning views

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We stayed for two weeks in August and had a wonderfully relaxing time. The house and gardens were very spacious, with a lovely pool area. The views from the house and pool were stunning and we spent every day soaking up the glorious Italian sunshine and the evenings eating and drinking on the terrace. The house is in the countryside with beautiful views, very unspoilt and peaceful. There is a train station at Stimigliano with trains into Rome or Florence, so it was easy to have a day trip for sightseeing. It was only an hour's drive to get to/from Rome airport too, so very easy to get to by car. We found several supermarkets nearby to buy everything we needed. The large Conad store at Forano was only 10 mins drive or so. Even closer to home (5 mins drive, literally at the end of the road) was Eurospin (very handy for some food basics), Zanzibar (takeaway pizza/roast chicken, etc), plus a Gelateria and a very handy homeware store (Super Bazaar) for getting those essentials we forgot to pack! We also went out to eat a few times at Ristorante "Da Lina" Pizzeria, which is only 5 mins drive) with tables outside under olive trees and the most amazing (and huge) pizzas. The house was well stocked with all the kitchen equipment we needed and a handy utility/storage room. We couldn't get the washing machine to work, but that could have been user-error! There isn't an internal staircase between the upstairs and downstairs of the main house, they are two totally separate apartments with external steps to the upstairs. Ideal if you are two separate families, but something to be aware of if you are one large family/group with children. We used all the bedrooms for sleeping, but really just used the main downstairs kitchen/living room/terrace for all our cooking/living purposes. All in all, it was a lovely and very restful two weeks and we would definitely hope to return in the future. Thank you to Paolo & Lucia for letting us stay in your lovely house!
  • Review Submitted: Sep 08, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017