Mansarda La bolognesa is a typical attic in a building that is a historical example of Bolognese housing between the 19th and 20th centuries, located on the third floor without a lift, attic in every room, bright and silent.
With the intention not to contrast the atmosphere of old Bologna that the context suggests, the furniture includes some vintage elements, thanks to the recovery of a couple of family furniture of the 50s, pleasantly mixed with a more modern style in the complex and functional. It consists of a living room with a double sofa bed (120x195) and a kitchenette; a bedroom with a double bed of standard sizes (160 x 200) and a large wardrobe, a bathroom with a small shower and every comfort.
Autonomous heating. Washing machine, drying rack, ironing board, iron. Hairdryer. Bed linen and towels. TV and WiFi.
Kitchen equipped with pots, dishes, microwave and everything needed for eating and cooking.
Final cleaning (at a cost of 30 euros) and, in case of long stays, cleaning with linen change once a week (always at a cost of 30 euros for each cleaning).
Tourist tax 2/3 euros per day, depending on the number of people.
Bicycles or mopeds can be parked in the inner courtyard.
The building stands near the Arco del Meloncello, halfway up (the 316th arch) of a portico unique in the world, for its length of almost 4 kilometers (3. 796 m), with over 666 arches, which connects the monument of the Madonna di San Luca at one of the ancient gates of access to the historic center (Porta Saragozza). The historic sanctuary, which stands on the hill of the Guard, dominates the skyline of the city from any angle you look at and is a reference point for every bolognese that comes back from outside. This makes it a place particularly dear to the local community, one of the most popular destinations for Sunday walks. In recent years, San Luca is also connected to Piazza Maggiore by a tourist train.
The building is located in a residential area, one of the noblest in the city, surrounded by parks and historic villas (such as Villa Spada and Villa delle Rose), very quiet even in the evening. Despite the proximity to the hills, the city's green lungs, it is only 1.052 meters from the port of Zaragoza and 2. 000 meters from the town hall and Piazza Maggiore, which can also be reached on foot in a path entirely protected by the monumental portico.
It is 3.5 km from the central station and 7 km from Guglielmo Marconi international airport.
The tram line 20, in front of the building, reaches the city center in a few minutes, then continuing up to the Fico (Italian Farmer's Factory) agro-food park, on the other side of the city. In the area you park on holidays for free and on weekdays for a fee from 8 to 18 at a cost of 1.50 euros per hour or 7.5 euros per day (in the days of football game parking and circulation can be read changes).
The building is adjacent to the Stadio Dall'Ara, where, in addition to the football field, two swimming pools are available; It is 100 meters from the Celebration Theater; 500 meters from the Certosa monumental cemetery, 1 km from the School of Engineering and Architecture of the University of Bologna; 2.5 km from the Ospedale Maggiore.Get the full listing »