1/18Best holiday resort Italy
Rome | There could not have been a more prominent winner! The Italian capital has received the best reviews from our customers, and is therefore the best holiday resort in Italy.
Per week from GBP 397show 519 offers
Apartment situated in an old palazzo near St Peter’s Basilica.2/18Trip to the Eternal City
Rome | After you have visited the antique sights and exciting museums you can return to your retreat and remain completely independent.
Per week from GBP 418show 206 offers
Secluded country house for up to 12 people in Tuscany.3/18Holiday with your own pool
Italy | Give your Italian holiday the perfect touch in a holiday home with its own pool: Splash about with the whole family in the water or let yourself completely relax.
Per week from GBP 390show 5,234 offers
You’ll find this exceptional holiday apartment for four people in the heart of Rome.4/18That certain something
Italy | In the end it comes down to the furnishings if one feels comfortable. That applies to both your home and holiday. These holiday houses have a particularly fancy interior which gives them a unique flair for your vacation.
Per week from GBP 384show 81 offers
Holiday apartment for max. 16 persons on the Italian Adriatic Coast5/18Italian country estate
Italy | The best way to enjoy "la dolce vita" is on a tenderly restored country estate which in past times was used for agriculture.
Per week from GBP 329show 729 offers
6/18Best holiday resort in Italy
Lido degli Estensi | The bathing resorts of the Lidi Ferraresi line up like a string of pearls on Italy’s Adriatic coast. Holidaymakers especially like Lido degli Estensi, which has been selected as the best holiday resort 2015.
Per week from GBP 147show 67 offers
Luxurious country estate for up to 20 people in Umbria.7/18Everyone can come along here!
Italy | Circles of friends, large families, teams, and other groups of travellers can experience exciting and relaxing holidays in these XXL houses for 20 people and more.
Per week from GBP 1,247show 145 offers
Pool in a holiday resort at Lake Garda. Here amongst others there is an apartment for 4 people.8/18Entertainment for everyone
Italy | Parents can relax and unwind whilst their children are taken of and entertained in a holiday park or holiday residence.
Per week from GBP 201show 11,201 offers
Holiday home vacation in Italy
atraveo offers you across Italy an exceptional choice of more than 44,500 holiday apartments and houses. From Tuscan country manors to cosy city apartments like in Venice or Florence all the way to luxury villas with own pool and several bedrooms like on Sardinia or along the Riveria are part of the comprehensive range provided by atraveo guaranteeing that everybody will find something matching their taste. When choosing the right holiday home you can get good guidance from reviews provided by atraveo customers that have already stayed there. This will ensure that the property you select will definitely correspond with your perceptions. Before taking this decision it will be necessary to pick a region for your vacation.
La dolce vita – discover the sweetness of live
Whether in Tuscany or at Lake Garda, the Ligurian Riviera or the Adriatic Sea, sunny Calabria or snowy South Tyrol: Italy has always been the epitome of wanderlust, travelling and relaxation. No matter where in Italy you are, it is always the open-hearted people with their original Italian love for life and the busy and colourful flair in the Italian villages and small cities that make this Mediterranean country that attractive and unique. Take a stroll along the small alleys to piazzas, refresh yourself in a typical Italian bar, discover ancient treasures from the renaissance or just bathe in the sun – you will soon understand the meaning of Italy and the “dolce vita” – the sweetness of latraveo offers you across Italy an exceptional choice of more than 44,500 holiday apartments and houses. From Tuscan country manors to cosy city apartments like in Venice or Florence ife.
Worth a culinary journey
Whilst enjoying a holiday home vacation you can also have a try at preparing typical Italian food. Eventually the uniqueness of the country is also down to its culinary specialities. With fresh produce bought at the local market even a simple pasta sauce with a glass of wine tastes that much better than at home. Alternatively you can pamper yourself in one of the many Italian restaurants.
Explore Italy’s cities from your holiday apartment
One outstanding highlight is of course Italy’s renowned cities. Rome, the Eternal City, leads the way with its ancient treasures and architectural master pieces such as the Spanish Steps, the Pantheon or St. Peter’s Basilica. Venice is world-famous and unique for its setting in the lagoon and its canals which stretch through the city. Florence, Verona and Siena impress with their cultural sights. And while Milan in the north made its name as the fashion capital Naples in the south attracts tourists with its spectacular location between the sea and Mount Vesuvius. Choose a holiday apartment in one of the Italian cities or at least plan one or two city day trips – you won’t regret it.
By plane, car or train to Italy
Depending on your travel destination and starting point there are several journey options available. The most flexibility is guaranteed by travelling with your own car. However one must consider that travelling to south Italy takes a long time. There are international airports all over Italy and flights to popular holiday destinations are provided all year round. Travelling by train is also a good option when visiting the country south of the Alps.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Rome – Prati
show more of the origins of Christianity, the highest expressions of the Renaissance and Baroque mix at every corner with the liveliness of the folk alleys, where there are curious craft shops, taverns neighborhood, shops standing, or with the refined elegance of downtown streets crowded with windows of luxury hotels and upscale eateries.
Italy's capital, Rome 2000 years ago was at the helm of a world empire and was considered the '"navel" of the entire Mediterranean region. Rome still sees revive itself many souls, heirs of the old empire, which in their generality creates the uniqueness of the "Eternal City". Visitors to Rome can see that in it coexist and overlap the Vatican Rome, guide of Christianity and Rome capitalee policy, the Rome international embassies, the Rome of the cinema and the aristocratic.
Rome needs no introduction, is a city, but also a symbol and a dream. Rome you can not just describe, because it has everything, and everything was all: the cradle of civilization and a universal language, the homeland of the right, the center of power, the center of Christianity, the center of the world. All roads lead to Rome, not a slogan, it is not hyperbole. Rome is not only a historical city, Rome is the story; Rome is not only a powerful city, Rome is the power. Visiting Rome it feels, walking through the streets and squares, discovering palaces and churches, visiting museums and libraries.
You could say that the places and monuments browsed are called to evoke the events that made them famous and the characters that animated them. And 'as if the stones and the objects speak, in a continuous unfolding of memories: the myth of the origins of the city, which transforms the stories of some villains settled in a village at the crossroads of major trade routes of the time, the glory imbued blood of the Renaissance; the violent and dark atmosphere of medieval times to the rationalist rigor expressed in the architecture of EUR, wanted by fascism for its twentieth anniversary; the ruthlessness of Caesar the dark genius of Caravaggio; charm of Lucrezia Borgia, "the most beautiful lady Rome" ...
show more Sant’Angelo).
The area is safe, plenty of shops, fresh food markets and supermarkets but also fashion restaurants and clubs. Vatican Museum is also close to the Auditorium, the Olimpic Stadium, the Foro Italico and Coni.
The apartment has good connection to the city airports (Fiumicino and Ciampino) and to the main train stations in Rome.
Prati is immediately to the north of the historical city centre of the City, and to the east and northeast of the Vatican and north of Trastevere.
The beautiful Via Cola di ...
show more Rienzo, one of the most famous streets in Rome, is consistently ranked among the most expensive shopping streets in the country.
The Teatro Adriano, in piazza Cavour, was an important theatre since 1898, today it was transformed in a multiplex.
San Gioacchino ai Prati Castello is a church in Rome dedicated to Saint Joachim. the father of Mary, mother of Jesus. Construction began in 1891 and the building was opened to the public in 1898. It was consecrated on 6 June 1911 by Cardinal Pietro Respighi. Pope John XXIII made it as a cardinalatial titular church in 1960.
The Chiesa del Sacro Cuore di Gesù in Prati. The church, designed by engineer Giuseppe Gualandi, is sometimes referred as the "little Duomo di Milano" due to its rich neogothic style. Next to the church, within the sacristy, is the Museo delle anime del Purgatorio (Museum of the Souls of Purgatory), whose entry is a door in the sixth span of the nave on the right.
On July 2, 1897 a miraculous occurrence happened in the Chapel of the Association of the Sacred Heart of the Suffrage of the Purgatory Souls, when, during a fire, the soul of a deceaded appeared to the attendance and his effigy was impressed on the wall; hereafter Victor Jouët decided to search for testimonies (documents and looms) about the appearances of the souls of Purgatory and to collect them in a museum close to the church.
The Palace of Justice the seat of the Supreme Court of Cassation and the Judicial Public Library, is located in the Prati district of Rome. It fronts onto the Piazza dei Tribunali, the Via Triboniano, the Piazza Cavour, and the Via Ulpiano. The huge building is popularly called in Italian the Palazzaccio (the bad Palace). Designed by the Perugia architect Guglielmo Calderini and built between 1888 and 1910, the Palace of Justice is considered one of the grandest of the new buildings which followed the proclamation of Rome as the capital city of the Kingdom of Italy.
Il Mercato Trionfale is considered the first roman market, it’s one of the largest market in Italy and Europe.
It was opened at the end of the nineteenth century in Giulio Cesare street. In the 30’s it was transfered in Andrea Doria street, at that time the neighborhood was a working-class district, but in the last 320 years it become an elegant area; this two souls live together, the market is really economical, but it’s also much-sought.
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Property no. 984441
from GBP 537for 1 week
Rome – Prati, Lazio (Rome and surrounding area)
Holiday apartment for max. 5 personsApprox. 75 m², 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, pets not allowed, satellite TV, Internet, WLAN, Complete WLAN coverage, washing machine, non-smoking property, beach approx. 20 km, city apartment