Dimora San Francesco

4
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50 sqm
Pets allowed

Modern and sophisticated apartment with 4 sleeps.

Dimora San Francesco, on the first floor (without lift) of a small building, is situated at the vivid University area of the city. The apartment, completely renovated, opens directly into a living room furnished with a double sofa bed, a dining table with four chairs and a flat screen TV. The kitchenette, equipped with everything necessary for cooking, is characterized of a counter with two stools, comfortable and practical for a quick snack. The elegant bedroom offers a double bed with bedside tables, lamps and a spacious wardrobe with mirror. The bathroom, with resin flooring, is equipped with a shower and a washing-machine. In Dimora San Francesco the light shades and the perfect fusion between modern and antique style, embellished with a painting on the wall depicting an ancient map of the city, create a refined atmosphere. The apartment is provided with air conditioning, washing machine, hair dryer, WI-FI and can accommodate up to four people.

Final cleaning € 50,00. Deposit € 100,00. 

Facilities

Oven
Iron and ironing board
Kettle
Hair dryer
Air conditioning
Wi-Fi
TV
Heating
Cutlery
Moka pot
Microwave oven
Washing machine
Dishwasher
Oven
Iron and ironing board
Kettle
Hair dryer
Air conditioning
Wi-Fi
TV
Heating
Cutlery
Moka pot
Microwave oven
Washing machine
Dishwasher
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Position

VIA SAN FRANCESCO 9 - VERONA

Dimora San Francesco is situated on the right bank of the river Adige, in the eastern part of the neighbourhood called “Veronetta”. The term, which initially had a pejorative meaning, was created in 1800 during the invasion of the city from the Napoleonic troops: it derives in fact from the French “Veronette”, in order to indicate the part of the city, the left part of the Adige river, still under the dominion of the Austrians. Today, the eastern part of the city has become the University district, swhere we find the main departments of the University of Verona. As any other area of the city, Veronetta is rich in buildings of remarkable historical and artistic interest, such as the San Paolo church in romanic style, San Tomaso church in Gothic style, the beautiful Giardino Giusti with its Italian style gardens and Palazzo Pompei, that dates back to the Renaissance, and now hosts the Museum of Natural History. In the heart of the neighbourhood you can find delightful local and ethnic restaurants, shops and workshops. By crossing the closest bridge, you can reach the historical center where the Arena, Piazza delle Erbe and the famous Juliet's House are located. Here you can also find shops, bars and restaurants where you can taste dishes of the traditional local cuisine.

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