Parma near the Duomo Apartment

January 2021
January 2021
14:00 - 21:30
Standard occupancy:
Max occupancy:
95 m2
Beautiful apartment of 95 square meters, comfortably accommodates five people with two bedrooms.

It is located 50 meters from the Duomo, symbol of the city.
Parma is a city perfect for those who enjoy taking beautiful walks through the alleys.
Nearby, there are several villages to visit and many restaurants to try typical local products!

We are in the ZTL area (limited traffic zone), access available to residents and to those who present the appropriate pass.

The apartment is on the third floor of a building without a lift. It comfortably accommodates five people.
The interiors are divided:

KITCHEN. Equipped with moka, dishwasher, electric kettle, traditional oven and various utensils.
LIVING ROOM. Relax area with sofa and television 37 ".
BATHROOM. Bath, shower, bidet and toilet, washing machine.
SLEEPING AREA. Master bedroom with double bed and a single bed. Second bedroom with two single beds.
OTHER SERVICES AVAILABLE TO GUESTS. Split air conditioning in the living area, free unlimited wifi, clothes hanger and clothesline.
Small balcony.

We are in the ZTL area.
Parking is not included but it is possible to find paid parking at the "Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi Parking" 400 meters away.

According to Italian Law, all identity documents of the guests must be exhibited on arrival.

Late check in:
- From 21:30 - 23:00 - Euro 25,00
- From 23:00-24:00 - Euro 30,00
- From 24:00 - 01:30 - Euro 40,00

In order to provide you a smooth process of check in please advise your Key Holder your approximate time of arrival in advance.

Parma is a beautiful Italian city, full of important monuments, several churches not to be missed, an excellent museum and a cuisine that you must try at least once in your life. Start your visit from Piazza del Duomo, one of the most beautiful (but least known) in the world. Not far away is the Palazzo della Pilotta, which in one fell swoop allows you to visit two masterpieces: the Farnese Theater and the National Gallery, with works by Beato Angelico, Leonardo da Vinci, Guercino, El Greco, Tintoretto, Tiepolo, Van Dick and many others.
Correggio and Parmigianino deserve a separate discussion. The first reached the summit of his art by painting the dome of the Duomo and the Monastery of San Giovanni; the second, instead, I find the madness looking for the perfection in the frescoes of the Basilica of Santa Maria della Steccata.
These are just some of the things to see in Parma, the others can be discovered wandering around the city ...

Air conditioning
Wireless internet connection