Second floor flat with balcony, tastefully renovated - preserving old features such as beams, fire place and stone staircase, 2 bedrooms, large bathroom (bath/shower attachment)conjoined kitchen and living area. The flat is located in the old part of town but only a short walk to the lake along an ancient viale of oak trees. Available all months of the year as the flat is equipped with gas central heating and double glazing. Prices vary according to season and length of stay. The flat accommodate up to four people and the weekly price all inclusive, except for the cleaning fee, is £420 during the months of July and August, a bit less during June and September.
Everyone has heard of Lake Como and Lake Maggiore, but few know about the beautiful lake and historic region that lies in the heart of Italy, not far from the popular Tuscan and Umbrian tourist spots and it remains one of Italy's best kept secrets.
Located on the borders of Tuscany and Lazio, the lake is formed in the crater of an extinct volcano. The waters are crystal clear and teem with fish, and are ringed with crescents of fine volcanic sandy beaches. The capital of the Lake is Bolsena itself. Once the Etruscan settlement of Volsini and medieval town of miracles, it is famous for its gardens and annual flower festival.
The nearest mainstream airports are Rome Fiumicino and Ciampino and if you are driving, both have good access to the Rome ring road. Being newer, Rome Fiumicino is better organised, although being quite a lot bigger means actually getting through and out of the airport can take some time. At Ciampino, take the bus into the central station or find the courtesy bus that takes you round to the car hire area, as it's a 15 minute walk otherwise.
Some may prefer Pisa or Perugia, as they are smaller airports and the extra journey times offset by the lack of delays in the airport itself.
Travelling is the love of my life. I have lived in the Seychelles Islands (Indian Ocean) for nearly two years and traveled all over India and Nepal for nine months. I have also lived in the Bahamas Islands for three years and done some travelling in the States. I have travelled extensively in South America and speak fluent spanish. Italian is my first language as I was born in Verona. There is still so much I want to see out there. I like meeting people and learning new languages. When Im here in London you will mostly find me visiting museums and art galleries or cycling around from place to place.With its numerous parks and canals London is the ideal place for cyclists.I also love cooking new and challenging recipies for myself and others.