Viale II Giugno, 3 - FORLÌ (FC)
Very elegant penthouse with breathtaking views
Fabulous 95 sqm apartment on the sixth floor with lift, recently renovated and furnished with minimal white and gray style solutions, an elegant, refined and bright combination in a central and comfortable area, adjacent to the center and the university.

Independent air conditioning and heating, parking is private and free and can accommodate up to 7 people.

It has 3 double bedrooms, 2 with a private bathroom and one with a private external bathroom for a total of 3,
The ultra-modern kitchen is complete with every necessary accessory: induction hob,
oven, microwave, refrigerator with freezer, dishwasher, coffee maker, dishes and crockery and recipe book. The living room is completed with a dining table for 6, a comfortable sofa and a large wall-mounted TV.

The three bedrooms have coordinated beds with wrought iron headboards and are equipped with wardrobe, hangers, bed linen and towels.

The first bedroom has a French double bed, the second has two single beds and the third has a double bed and a sofa bed.

All rooms include a work corner with desk, lighting and a convenient electrical outlet for your laptop.

It has 3 bathrooms, one private in the room, with shower, bidet, towels, bathroom accessories, shampoo, hairdryer, washing machine, iron and ironing board.

The outdoor lounge on the huge panoramic terrace is priceless!
English is spoken
Cot on request
Additional cleaning on request
Animals are accepted in agreement with customers
It has a First Aid kit and a carbon monoxide detector

Surroundings: Thanks to its strategic position near the center, everything is close at
hand: the University, the San Domenico museums, the theater, the numerous churches,
the library, the station without forgetting the Rocca di Ravaldino, the Rocca di Caterina
Sforza, just opposite, which made the history of the city.

All services are within walking distance: bars, takeaways, restaurants, pizzerias, shops,
laundries, cellars, wine bars.

Founded by the Romans in the 2nd century BC. C. with the name of Forum Livii, at the
intersection of the consular road with the road that led to Tuscany, the city is located in
the eastern part of the Po Valley along the Via Emilia about 30 kilometers from the
seaside resorts of the Adriatic coast and at the foot of the green hills of the Tuscan-
Romagnolo Apennines.

Forlì retains significant traces of both the Romanesque and Renaissance periods, which
saw Caterina Sforza the undisputed lady of the city. Also noteworthy is the presence of a
rich heritage from the rationalist period of the 1920s and 1930s.

In the historic center, the two main roads of Roman origin are recognizable, divided into
the four main courses (Mazzini, Garibaldi, Diaz and della Repubblica), which converge
on Piazza A. Saffi. Some of the most representative buildings of the various city eras
overlook it:
• the Romanesque basilica of San Mercuriale with the imposing original 12th century
bell tower;
• the Town Hall, seat of the Town Hall, dating back to the fourteenth century and
remodeled several times, with the Clock Tower;
• the fifteenth-century Palazzo del Podestà and Palazzo Albertini, home to
interesting exhibitions;
• the twentieth-century Palazzo delle Poste, an example of twenty-year architecture
of which we also find significant traces in the buildings of Viale della Libertà,
including the recently renovated EX-Gil and Piazzale della Vittoria, near the
railway station.

The Ordelaffi family's dominion over the city, which lasted about two centuries, meant
that Forlì was enriched with noble palaces that can be admired walking along the streets
of the historic center, in particular Corso Garibaldi and Via P. Maroncelli. Pino III
Ordelaffi was responsible for the fortification of the Rocca di Ravaldino completed in
1480, now dedicated to Caterina Sforza.

Forlì is a popular destination throughout the year. In the summer period, in particular with
the "Summer Squares" review and the rich program of shows of the San Domenico
Arena, the city comes alive with numerous cultural initiatives that allow you to experience
the historic center through access to places normally not that can be visited and the
enhancement of artistic beauties, even in the most unknown corners of the city.

Also not to be missed is a visit to the Franco Agosto Urban Park, a few hundred meters
from Piazza Saffi, a unique green area that covers an area of 26 hectares bordered by
the Montone River. The area has a pond with free-range geese and ducks, a sports
center with basketball, five-a-side football, beach, bowls and a riding stable. There are
also spaces equipped for children with bouncy castles and other games, a fitness trail
and various refreshment points.

The museum complex of San Domenico in the heart of the historic center is worth a visit.

Home to the oldest section of the Pinacoteca, a catalyst for visitors thanks to the
prestigious exhibitions, this year dedicated to Dante. The complex houses the famous
Hebe by Canova and the Lady of the Gelsomini by Lorenzo Di Credi.

The symbolic dish of the Forlì area is passatelli strictly cooked in broth. How can we not
disdain a steaming piadina in the typical kiosks? Good with any filling, it is best enjoyed
with squacquerone, a soft cheese typical of the area, ricotta or cured meats, always
accompanied by Sangiovese, the good red of the Romagna hills.
*Declared by the Innkeeper