Italy hotel reservation
With Traveleurope you can find and book hotels in major Italian resorts, cities of art, but also the most sought after tourist destinations in the Bel Paese. You can choose a hotel in central Rome, a family-run B&B in the heart of Florence or a dream hotel in Venice. You can opt for a hotel with swimming pool in Rimini or a spa hotel with wellness center on the Amalfi Coast.
If you are traveling on business, you have a wide range of lodging options to choose from: discount hotels near the airports and train stations, luxury hotels in the heart of the city, apartments within walking distance from the fairgrounds and convention centers. Customer reviews, pictures of the hotels and the possibility of searching hotels by price, will help you choose the accommodation that best suits your needs.
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The millions of travelers coming to Milan for business, stay at the hotels near the Fieramilanocity, but also choose the hotels near the airports of Linate and Malpensa. However, Milan doesn’t offer only business hotels: hotels near Milan Central Station allow easy access to the airport shuttles, while the hotels in downtown are ideal for shoppers, and for those who love sightseeing and nightlife.
Italy's first capital city and home to the headquarters of Fiat, Turin has been one of the most important cities in the Italian royal history. Those who want to immerse themselves in its charm and enjoy the Egyptian Museum and the Mole Antonelliana, may choose to stay in a hotel in the city centre; business travelers, instead, can opt for a hotel in Turin near Porta Nuova station.
Genoa, defined “The Haughty” by Petrarca, is a tourist and commercial city characterized by small family-run hotels and a wide choice of hotels near Genova Brignole train station. Known worldwide for its port and the “carrugi”, small alleyways in the historical centre, this city offers many hotels near the Aquarium and accommodation in the Boccadasse area, an old fishing village.