Corso Della Repubblica, 193 - FORLÌ (FC)
Elegant apartment on the main street
Very central, refined and comfortable apartment at your complete disposal and complete with every accessory. A successful dialogue between classic and modern style that mixes antique furniture with modern accessories, lamps and furnishing accessories.

The 60 sqm apartment is located on the 2nd floor in an apartment building in the main street of the city. The marble grit floors, the elegant style and the retro atmosphere make the environment pleasant to live in. A car is not necessary but the apartment has free private parking.

It has 2 bedrooms with 4 single beds, convertible into 2 double beds, and a 2 seater sofa bed for up to 6 people and is complete with sheets and pillows, towels and linen. The kitchen environment is super modern, with a steel kitchenette and refrigerator and complete with all accessories: dishes and crockery, dishwasher, oven, microwave, coffee machine. The living area has hangers, TV, sitting area with chairs and both rooms overlook the balcony with French doors. The bathroom with bidet, tub and shower is equipped with all accessories, including shampoo and hair dryer, iron and ironing board.

Wi-Fi is at your disposal.

We accept animals in agreement with customers
We speak English
Cot available
Final cleaning included
Museums, Library, Churches, Cinema, Hospital, Restaurants, Bars and all services at your fingertips.

Thanks to its strategic position, it is the ideal structure for visiting the city.

In the immediate vicinity there are some of the most popular meeting places for the inhabitants of Forlì, and the main services such as bars, restaurants, pizzerias, wine bars and shops of all kinds.

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 the 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 its 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 destination that can be visited 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 Jasmines 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 wine of the Romagna hills.
*Declared by the Innkeeper