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What Are The Best Rental Amenities in Italy?

Best Amenities in Italy

There are in total of 16 rental amenities in Italy, shown above with the property numbers. In Italy, 1173 rentals offer Internet or Wifi, 1074 rentals offer TV, 1025 rentals offer Heater. So, if you need Internet or Wifi during your vacation, use the Internet or Wifi filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Kitchen, Hot Tub.

Which Price Range Is Most Typical in Italy Area?

Vacation Apartment & Villa Rental Price Information in Italy

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Which Accommodations Should I Pick in Italy?
Rental Property Types in Italy
Before visiting Italy, it is a good idea to explore all the accommodation types in this area, and pick the one that fits your group well. All the available accommodation types are: Apartment, Villa, House, Farmhouse, Chateau / Country House, Cottage, Bed And Breakfast, Studio, Condo, Castle, Hotel, Townhome, Chalet, Hostel, Guest House, Tower, Barn, Boat. Apartment is the most-liked rental type, with the largest percentage of 61.26%. The biggest home in this area available for rent is around 53820 square feet.The least popular accommodation in Italy is Boat rentals
How Many Accommodations Are Pets Allowed in Italy?
Percentage of Pet Friendly Rental Properties in Italy
38.66% of vacation homes in Italy are pet friendly. Make sure you select the pet friendly home filter when you are going to bring your pet(s) for the upcoming vacation.
What are the nightlife spots in Italy?
Nightlife Spots

Moscow Mule

The bar has always been ranked first among TripAdvisor bars. This is a very emotional bar. The cocktails in the bar have always been popular. The bartender's craftsmanship and skills are very exquisite, and the taste is also very delicious. Mojito is recommended. The price is very cost-effective. A large cocktail can be tasted in about 5 Europe, and cheese and ham with good taste can be eaten. The location of the store is not big, suitable for 4-6 people.

Address: Via Teodosio 6020131 Milano, Italia

Business hours: 18:00-2:00 from Tuesday to Saturday

Bar Bamm

The decoration of this bar is very eye-catching. The original decoration and style are not like most of Milan's bars. The toilet of the bar is a place that everyone who has been there will mention. It has a great style. The bar was very clean and the staff was very friendly and friendly. The original cocktail party by the bar bartender gives people a different feeling. The bar is not big, but many young people flock to the bar every weekend night. It is a good place to experience the nightlife in Milan.

Address: via Vicenza | Angolo Viale Montero 71, 20135 Milano, Italia

Zelig Cabaret

Almost every night there is a long line of hundreds of meters in front of the bar, and people are looking forward to the wonderful performances. Every night, there will be various types of professional artists to bring a wonderful live show here. 

Address: Viale Monza 140, Milano, Italia

Opening hours: closed on Monday

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Italy?
Local Events & Festivals

Venice Carnival  

Venice Carnival is one of the biggest festivals in Venice. During the carnival, not only will there be a lot of live theater performances on the street, but also a make-up parade in San Marco Square. One of the most famous is the masked make-up crowd.

Time: from the end of February to the beginning of March every year.

The Regatta Storica

Venice holds a boat race every September. Those ships are all traditional 16th-century ships. The leader is Bucintoro, which is unique. 

Time: early September each year.

What are the must-visit places in Italy?
Must See Attractions


It is the largest circular arena in the ancient Rome period, and one of the landmark buildings of the ancient Roman Empire. The Colosseum was built on the site of another Roman Emperor Nero's "golden palace" (Latin: Domus Aurea). It was built between 72 and 82 AD and is located in the center of modern Rome. The entire Colosseum can accommodate up to 50,000 people. However, due to the careful design of the entrance, there will be no congestion and confusion. Even today's large stadiums are still using its design.

Address: Piazza del Colosseo, 00184 Roma

Opening hours: 8:30-16:30 (slightly adjusted according to different seasons); tickets will be stopped one hour before closing. (8:30-14:00 on Good Friday, 13:30-19:15 on June 2, closed on January 1 and December 25)

Scavi Di Pompei

Pompei was once destroyed by Vesuvius, but people didn't pay much attention to it at that time. The ancient city of Pompeii is very famous. Today's Pompeii is just a piece of ruins. If you don't know what you're going to see, you'll only see some ruins. Therefore, we suggest you learn about the history of Pompeii first. Due to a volcanic eruption, the whole Pompeii ancient city was destroyed, but it completely retained all the life scenes of the ancient city at that time. After sleeping for many years, it was not until 1739 that the ancient city of Pompeii was gradually excavated, which made the city come back to people's sight again and gave people a chance to understand the living conditions of the Pompeii People 2,000 years ago. In the excavation, hundreds of people who died in the eruption of the volcano were found. Because the bodies were rotten, only their bodies were left. Archaeologists made these bodies into casts to show the miserable situation of Pompeii to the world at that time. The ancient city of Pompeii is very large. 

Address: Via villa Dei Misteri

Opening hours: 9:00-17:00 from November to March of the next year; 9:00-19:30 from April to October; 8:30-19:30 on Saturdays and Sundays. One and a half hours before closing. It is closed on January 1, May 1 and December 25 every year.

Piazza San Marco

Piazza San Marco is the central square of Venice, Italy. In Venice, St. Mark's Square is the only square called a "Piazza", and the other squares, regardless of their size, are called "Campi". St. Mark's Square is unique among European city squares. It is located in the center of the city, but it is not as noisy as other squares. This is due to the quiet waterway traffic in Venice. As a landmark of Venice, San Marco Square is particularly popular with tourists, photographers, and pigeons. In the 19th century, the French emperor Napoleon praised it as "the most beautiful living room in Europe".

Address: Piazza San Marco, 30124 Venezia

Opening hours: all year round

Pisa Cathedral

Pisa Cathedral, also known as Duomo di Santa Maria Assunta, is located in the miracle square of Pisa in the Tuscany region of central Italy. It is the Cathedral of the Catholic Bisa diocese. It is a masterpiece of Roman-style architecture built in the middle ages, representing the prestige and wealth of the maritime Republic of Pisa.

Address: Piazza del Duomo 56126 Pisa pi

Opening hours: check the official website.

Duomo di Milano

Also known as the main church of Milan (Duomo in Italian refers to the main church of the city), built-in 1386, is a landmark building in the center of Milan. It took more than four centuries for the main body of the church to be basically completed in 1812, while the detailed works continued until the installation of the last bronze door in 1960. Years not only give it the vicissitudes of history but also create multiple styles for it. The Gothic spire with Baroque carving, from top to bottom, is extremely luxurious. The gilded statue of the Virgin Mary at the top of the church has been quietly guarding the city, and in the glass coffin in the inner basement lies cardinal San Carlo Borromeo, who died in 1584. In 1805, Napoleon was crowned here and became king of Italy. During World War II, the front door of the church was bombed, and the "Scar" can still be seen today.

Address: Piazza Duomo, 20121 Milano

Opening hours: (1) the church is closed at 8:00-19:00, tickets are closed at 18:00 and admission is closed at 18:10; (2) Museo is closed on Wednesdays from 10:00 to 18:00; (3) Baptistery of San Giovanni alle Fonti - Area tickets are closed at 8:00-19:00 from Monday to Sunday, 9:00-19:00 from Monday to Sunday, and admission is closed at 18:00 and 18:10.

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Italy?
Hidden Gems

Museo Nazionale del Cinema

This is the National Film Museum in Turin, but it's not just a museum, or at least it's not a museum in the ordinary sense. The National Film Museum is a landmark building in Turin, with a height of 167 meters. It is a unique tower and the image behind the Italian dime shows its importance. After that, it was transformed into the National Film Museum of Italy. Walking into the museum is like seeing the history of movies. Many physical scenes online seem to shuttle through the time tunnel. Take the panoramic elevator to the top of Turin tower, you can have a 360-degree panoramic view of Turin. However, what makes the museum really different is its unusual design. The museum is located in the Mole Antonelliana, a wonder, an attractive Monument, and a symbol of Turin. François Confino, a Swiss landscape architect, placed the pavilion in the spire and skillfully combined the pavilion with the spire in an imaginative way. All kinds of labyrinth tour routes show the spectacular life interest. Unexpected scenes and sounds are constantly facing the visitors, just as you feel when watching a moving and unforgettable film. It's not just a museum. From the moment you enter the museum, you are no longer just a pure visitor, but also an explorer, a writer, an actor, etc.

Address: Museo Nazionale del cinema, via Montebello, 20, Torino to, Italy

Opening hours

  • (1) Museum opening hours: 9:00-20:00 from Monday, Wednesday to Friday; 9:00-23:00 on Saturday; 9:00-20:00 on Sunday; closed on Tuesday. Latest entry time: 1 hour before closing. 
  • (2) The opening hours of the sightseeing elevator: 10:00-20:00 from Monday, Wednesday to Friday; 9:00-23:00 on Saturday; 9:00-20:00 on Sunday; closed on Tuesday. Latest entry time: 1 hour before closing.

Teatro Olimpico

The Olympic Theatre is the oldest existing indoor theatre. It was originally an ancient fortress and was later transformed by Palladio. Six months after the start of the project, Palladio died, leaving behind only plans and sketches. Another famous architect, Vincenzo Scamozzi, took over the whole project, and now the two rooms in the theatre, the arches of the entrance, and the complicated stage setting are all attributed to him. After the transformation of the Olympic theater, the exterior wall still retains the mottled traces of time, and the courtyard is filled with residual capitals, statues, and inscriptions. Through the courtyard and into the building on the right, you can visit the famous Olympic indoor Theater: its semicircular auditorium is obviously the essence of Roman theater; and the exquisite visual traps on the stage, using perspective and lighting, make the street landscape look very realistic - the oldest stage setting still in use in Europe.

Address: Piazza Matteotti, 11 36100 Vicenza VI, Italy

Opening hours: July August Tuesday to Sunday 10:00-18:00; September June Tuesday to Sunday 9:00-17:00; closed Monday, Christmas, and new year's day.

What are the travel peak seasons in Italy?
Peak Seasons

Most of Italy belongs to the Mediterranean climate, with high temperatures and little rain in summer and mild and humid winter.

Italy, located in the south of Europe, is suitable for travel all year round, and the climate is most pleasant from April to June every year. 

Winter: snow begins to fall in November in the northern Alps. Skiing enthusiasts can start to pay attention to the opening hours of ski resorts. Even in the central and southern regions, it will not be too cold in winter.

The summer holiday season in Italy is too good and is its peak season. 

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Italy?
Art & Culture Places

Naples National Archeological Museum

There are four floors in the museum. The first floor is mainly used to store mummies and has all kinds of sculptures. They are basically naked or semi-naked. Most of them are human size, and some are very large and very realistic. On the first floor, there are vending machines, automatic coffee machines, bookstores, and various sarcophagus. On the second floor, there is a famous secret room (only for adults). On the third floor, there is a very grand lobby, which is worth watching.

Address: Piazza Museo, 19, 80135 Napoli

Opening hours: 9:00-19:30, in by 18:30 at the latest. Closed on Tuesdays.

Uffizi Gallery

The Uffizi art gallery is one of the most important art galleries in Italy and the most important art gallery in Europe. It is the most abundant and precious wealth left by the Medici family. At that time, the Medici family supported many Renaissance artists, including Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Donatello, so there are rich works of art here. There are more than 100,000 exhibits in the museum, which are divided into 46 exhibition halls according to the creation time and genre. 

Opening hours: 8:15-18:50 from Tuesday to Sunday; closed on Monday, January 1, May 1 and December 25; ticket office open to 18:05.

What are the activities in Italy that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

Dawn of Grand Canal

Before sunset, you can take a water bus to the Grand Canal. Water buses are more expensive, but the beauty of the scenery is priceless: stunning architecture, soft coastal daylight, and the charming Venetian boat parade.


Burano Island, also known as the colorful island, is about 7km away from Venice. It is famous for its lace textiles and colorful houses on the island. It is known as one of the "most colorful places in the world" by many international magazines in the world. This is the paradise of color and the birthplace of artists Baldassarre Galuppi and Remigio Barbaro. Travelers can see the reflection of color houses in the surrounding river. It is recommended to watch the sunset on the island in the evening. 

How to get around in Italy?

Train: the train is the most convenient mode of transportation in Italy, and it is the first choice for many people to travel to. The railway network in Italy is very developed, with lines all over the country, including Sicily and Sardinia. These railway lines connect all major cities and regions to form a convenient transport network in Italy. In the north, Milan and Bologna are the transportation centers, and it takes only 1-2 hours to travel between cities; Rome is the transportation hub in the middle to connect trains from south to north; Naples is the transportation center in the south.

  • Ticket type: (1) base: full-price ticket, which can be changed or refunded, but there are some service fees. (2) Economy: discounted tickets, which should be purchased at least one week in advance. It can only change the ticket once without handling charge, but it can not change the line or refund the ticket. (3) Super economy: tickets with a greater discount than the economy should be purchased at least one month in advance. Tickets cannot be changed or refunded. 
  • There are two ways to buy train tickets: online booking or direct purchase at the railway station; train station purchase can be divided into manual ticketing and automatic ticket vending machines.

Self-driving: Italy has beautiful scenery, and a self-driving tour is the best choice to enjoy the natural and cultural scenery. In Italy, self-driving is not difficult. With the wide road network, the road condition is good, and the traffic rules are rigorous and reasonable, and the traffic signs are clear. As long as you are familiar with and abide by them, you can do so. It's very cheap to rent a car in Italy.

Bus: there are many bus companies in Italy. The routes cover almost all cities and towns. The running time is not much different from that of trains, and the price is lower. Therefore, it is the transportation mode that many local people like to take. Sena is a well-known bus company in Italy. You can buy tickets directly at the coach station or book tickets online.

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