Apartment with 2 bedrooms, 4 beds.
- English, Italian
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Good and very spacious apartment only 10 minutes from Urbino.
Quiet neighborhood, in which I felt safe to leave the rental car. On the way to Urbino, a big Conad supermarket is less than 5 minutes away, and the hosts are very friendly and welcoming. When it started raining, they even brought me an umbrella. I would return any time.
Soggiorno molto piacevole ad Urbino
L'appartamento é delizioso, confortevole molto pulito in una zona tranquilla vicino al centro storico di Urbino. Le padrone di casa sono state ospitali e gentili. Il nostro soggiorno negli ultimi due giorni Dell'anno é stato molto piacevole. Consigliatissimo
Casa molto accogliente e molto attrezzata
la casa si trova a poca distanza dal centro di Urbino!
Ci siamo trovate molto bene
Très bon séjour à Urbino
Nous avons passé un très bon séjour dans cet appartement. Bien que l'entrée se fasse dans le hall, nous n'avons jamais été ennuyés. Nicole nous a même fait un gâteau….
La voiture est indispensable car Urbino est à 10 mn.
Cet appartement est très tranquille, spacieux et bien équipé.
Bellissima casa padronale
Meravigliosa casa padronale, completa di tutti i comfort, immersa nel verde, con bellissima vista, tutto nuovo!Padrona di casa gentilissima e sempre disponibile, consigliatissimo!!!!
Comoda e riservata
Abbiamo alloggiato in 2 non in mansarda ma nell'appartamento dal lunedì al sabato. Comodissimo, pulito, abbastanza vicino ad Urbino centro. Posto auto sempre libero. Zona tranquilla. Proprietaria simpatica, mezza crostata anche per noi! Unica pecca se proprio vogliamo essere pignoli, le zanzare. Armatevi di zampironi e repellente.
Vi ringraziamo per la gentile recensione, e siamo felici di avervi ospitato.
Flavia e famiglia
Our beautiful apartment is just minutes from the historic center of Urbino visible from your terrace where you can have breakfast in a setting very relaxing!
A few minutes away, also, there are the old villages, and then the Furlo Gorge with its golden eagles, the Roman house of Sant'Angelo in Vado, the gilded bronze of Pergola, the traces of the battle against the Carthaginians of Hasdrubal Roman. And then the natural spectacle of Potholes Fossombrone ... we could go on but find out for yourself all of this will be more compelling than any anticipation ... we are waiting!
We report here the main seasonal fairs:
FAIR OF TARTIFO ACQUALAGNA, FAIR S. NICOLA A PESARO, during Christmas VISIT TO THE NATIVITY OF URBINO, THE CARNIVAL OF FANO (the oldest in Italy) and in the summer the numerous fairs and festivals Renaissance primarily in mid-August THE FEAST OF THE DUKE.
Below some historical:
Urbino, along with Pesaro, is the capital of the province of Pesaro Urbino and has ancient origins, evidenced by the discovery of archaeological material dating from the fourth century. C. Urbino he enjoyed a heyday during the Rinascimanto, a period marked by the presence of the family of Montefeltro.
The return of the powerful family in Urbino in 1375, with the annexation of Gubbio and its territory in 1384, were instrumental in the formation of the State of Urbino. The most famous member of the Montefeltro was Federico, lord of Urbino from 1444 to 1482, leader and diplomatic success, as well as passionate about the arts and literature. Federico da Montefeltro summoned to his court many artists and writers, including Piero della Francesca, who portrayed the Duke several times, but always in profile, because during a battle or a tournament was hit in the face, losing his right eye.
Historical events and artistic that helped give prestige to Urbino, in addition to being linked to Federico da Montefeltro, are intertwined with the events that characterized the life of other important personalities, from Raphael to Pope Clement XI. Fundamental for the development of the city were also Battista Sforza, last wife of Federico da Montefeltro, the famous architect Donato Bramante and Luciano Laurana, the mathematician Luca Pacioli and the painters Piero della Francesca, Paolo Uccello, Federico Barocci and Francesco di Giorgio Martini. In more recent times Urbino gave birth all'architteto Giancarlo carlo and motorcycle champion Valentino Rossi.
The University of Urbino was founded in 1506 and this is one of the oldest in Italy. Fundamental for his foundation were the popes and the Roman Curia on the one hand and the House of Montefeltro and local residents on the other. The University, in 2003 was named after Carlo Bo, rector from 1947 to 2001, giving it prestige and increasing development.
Numerous festivals are linked to the tradition that take place every year, including the Kite Festival, the Festival of San Creswell, the Carnival with its allegraia invades the streets and squares of the country and numerous pageants, related to ancient events and customs that throughout history have characterized the city.
Urbino is part of the Mountain Community High and Middle Metauro, including the towns of Borgo Pace, Fermoy, Mercatello Metauro, Montecalvo in Short Pants, Peglio, Petriano, Sant'Angelo in Vado, Urbania and Urbino.