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Ca Fosca Due Torri
Located in the historical center of Bologna, this art deco penthouse with panoramic terrace overlooking the roofs, domes and towers.

website: www.cafoscaduetorri.com


Il Bargello
Centrally located within the 15th century Palazzo Carlini. Nearby are the Duomo, Uffizi and Palazzo della Signoria. Roof-terrace with a spectacular view over Florence.

website: www.firenze-bedandbreakfast.it

Relais Grand Tour
In the heart of the historical center of Florence, this B&B offers three master bedrooms (Blu, Verde, Lilla) and three suites (Mirros, Actor and Diva) and one appartment.

website: www.florencegrandtour.com

San Lorenzo
A youthfull, ethnic-florentin style characterizes this B&B, located at a stone's throw from the railway station, Dome, the Congress center, the Fortezza da Basso (Expo Center) and museums and markets of the city

website: www.bandbsanlorenzo.com

Villa Magnolia
Located in the characteristic area of Milan, the "Navigli", renowed for its canals. The district offers numerous shopping opportunities, and places for entertainment and eating out. Painter's studios and galleries, antique shops, restaurants, wine bars, pubs, and other small shops line both sides of the canal. An outdoor antique market with more than 400 stalls offers a unique browsing and buying experience on the last Sunday of each month. Well-connected to the city center by public transportation.

website: www.bbvillamagnolia.it

Centrally located within walking distance of Piazza del Duomo, of the Scala, this B&B offers bright and comfortable rooms with private bathroom.

website: www.bbmilanoduomo.it

Centro Antico
Spacious rooms with a typical Neapolitan atmosphere, with private bathroom and independent entrance. Located in the historical center of Naples, close to Piazza Domenico Maggiore and Via San Gregorio Armeno. Minimum stay of two nights.

website: www.bbcentroantico.com

Tolentino B&B is located in the historic centre of Rome, just a short walk from the Spanish Steps and around the corner from Via Veneto and the "Dolce Vita" atmosphere and all major monuments of Rome such as the Trevi Fountain and "Piazza Navona".

Situated in a '800 building in a 240 square metre appartament which has been restructured keeping close to the original nineteenth-century style, with high, wood ceilings and references to ancient frescos and parquet floors.

website: www.residencetolentino.com

Incanto di Roma
Centrally located, at a short walk from via Veneto, Piazza Barberini, Piazza di Spagna and the Trevi fountain.
The spacious rooms (single, double and triple) with vaulted ceilings and parquet floors, wrought iron beds and "art pauvre" furniture are situated in a typical palazzo of the 1800's.

website: www.incantodiroma.com

Al Palazzetto
Located in the sestiere di Cannaregio, off the traditional tourist beaten track, in a secluded area of this buzzing part of town right at the heart of the old town center, just a short distance from the Ca' d'Oro.

The large and elegant rooms (double, triple and quadruple) are decorated in the typical Venetian style. The rooms are all large and elegant, with walls covered in damask material and Venetian flooring. Some have exposed beams and four poster beds. We recommend the romantic room overlooking the Rio di Santa Sofia, a picturesque canal in the old town center or the large attic room with wooden flooring and Louis XVI style furniture.

website: www.guesthouse.it

Ca' Turelli
Located on one of Venice's typical "fondamenta" or wharves at just two steps from the Ponte dell'Accademia Bridge and a few minutes from Rialto and Piazza San Marco Square. Recently renovated, all rooms offer private bath, AC, colour TV, Internet acces and a relaxing and serene atmosphere.

website: www.caturelli.it
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