Where To Stay In Italy

The Best Budget Hotels in Rome Near Tourist Attractions

hotel marcantonio a budget hotel in rome - photo of a double room

Wondering about budget hotel options in Rome? In this guide, we’ll cover where to stay in Rome without breaking the bank. With its rich cultural heritage, historical significance, and marvelous architecture, Rome is a default tourist destination for those looking to visit Italy. However, many would-be tourists hesitate to visit Italy’s capital city for economic … Read more

The Very Best Places To Stay In Dolomites Italy

rick and andrea and the Tre Cime di Lavaredo

Looking for a place to stay in the Dolomites? The Dolomites are mountains located in northeast Italy. You could also call it a region. The area is made up of limestone and dolomite rock, which results in their distinctive appearance. The Dolomites are a popular tourist destination. Andrea and I love visiting – usually in … Read more

Where To Stay In Capri Italy

Capri is a lovely 10.4 square kilometers (6.4 square miles) island off the coast of Naples, Italy. Capri island is known for its spectacular limestone cliffs, bougainvillea-lined cobbled lanes, and sparkling aquamarine seas. While there aren’t a lot of places to stay on this island, what you’ll find is breathtaking. Allured by the mythical Grotta … Read more

The Best Places To Stay In Sorrento, Italy

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Sorrento, the gateway to the Amalfi Coast in southern Italy, is a popular tourist destination for those looking to stay for a beautiful and relaxing Italian holiday. There are many options for staying in Sorrento, from luxurious hotels on the water to traditional bed and breakfasts in the town center. Sorrento is one of those … Read more

The Best Places To Stay In Tuscany, Italy

Lucca is a fabulous place to say in Tuscany

Looking for a place to stay in Tuscany? Tuscany is a central Italian region with stunning nature, great art, excellent culture, and delectable food. But these are just a few features that make this part of Italy so charming. Many Tuscan communities are home to UNESCO World Heritage sites. And you couldn’t be surprised, especially … Read more

Top 10 Hotels in Brescia, Italy

Statue of Man in Brescia Italy

Brescia is a city in the Italian province of Lombardy. It is well-known for its Roman Capitoline Temple, Piazza Della Loggia (the town square), and Duomo (the cathedral). There are also many parks and gardens in Brescia and restaurants and cafes where you can enjoy a meal or drink. The city has a rich history … Read more

Where To Stay In Siena, Italy

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Visiting Siena and wondering where to stay? Siena is one of Tuscany’s most famous medieval towns and a great place to stay while exploring the region. It’s quieter and less crowded than Florence, with charming medieval buildings that make it a favorite among visitors. Siena has 17 districts, or Contrade in Italian, each named after … Read more

Best Places To Stay In Florence, Italy

Florence Italy

Florence, also known as the “birthplace of the Renaissance,” is the regional capital of Tuscany. Florence is the home of historical sights, including Piazza della Signora, the Uffizi Gallery, and the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. Florence is one of Italy’s most popular tourist destinations. It, unlike Rome, is compact and just a short walk … Read more

Where To Stay in Milan, Italy: Top 8 Areas

duomo in Milan

Rick and I have stayed in Milan at least once a year for 5-6 years and are always delighted to return. Each visit brings a new way to rediscover the city’s charming spaces, and we are eager to share a few recommendations from our own experiences with you. Milan has 448 hotels offering various options … Read more

10 Best Places To Stay In Cinque Terre, Italy

white and blue boat in cinque terre

Planning a trip to Italy and wondering where to stay in Cinque Terre? Perhaps you’re staying in Florence, Rome, or Milan. Cinque Terre, or the land of Five Lands, stretches the Italian Riviera coastline of five beautifully picturesque fishing villages. Though they have much in common, each town has winding pedestrian streets lined with cafes … Read more