Camping Village Assisi

via Campiglione 110, Assisi, 06081, Italy
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accommodation

by Glen30

Hi Vters,

I'm now swaying my preference to Assisi instead of Orvieto.
Could someone kindly recommend some good B&Bs (or hotels) centrally located which makes an ideal base to explore assisi by foot since I do not drive.

Thanks
Glen

Re: accommodation

by mccalpin

The upper city of Assisi is not much more than 1 kilometer long and only a few hundred meters wide; thus, any B&B or hotel in the upper city will be suitable for pedestrian touring. Note that Assisi is not flat, so there will be definite uphill and downhill walking. In fact, in the sideways direction (the city is a very elongated oval), the passage between many streets is a steep stairway.

One hotel I've stayed in was Hotel La Rocca, which is on the backside of the town overlooking the hills on the far side. While it's not in the "center of town", as I noted, the upper town is so small, it doesn't matter, as you will see from the comments made about this hotel at Tripadvisor.

Note that this hotel can handle tour groups as well as individual travelers; thus it is larger than just a B&B.

If I remember the name of the hotel that I stayed in across the street from the Basilica, I'll let you now - wake up in the morning and the first thing we see if the facade(!)...

Bill

Re: accommodation

by dino335

The Hotel San Fransesco is in the Center across from the Church. Pretty nice hotel. Perfect location, average price 181 USD.

Re: accommodation

by Glen30

Thanks for all your replies, I'll check it out....

Cheers
Glen

Re: accommodation

by Beausoleil

We have stayed in Hotel Berti. It's by the St. Peter Gate and very central. We walked all over Assisi. It's very clean, reasonable and friendly, under 100 euros for a double with breakfast. Check the following web sites for reviews and info.

http://www.hotelberti.it
http://www.berti@venere.com

Re: accommodation

by Glen30

Thank you....

Re: accommodation

by sararosa

Hi Glen: I recently returned from a trip to Assisi, Italy, early October of this year. I stayed at the Hotel/B&B Berti. It was centrally located in the Piazza San Pietro. The room was for double occupancy. It was small, rather dimly lit, but very clean.The bed was comfortable. The staff/owner was friendly and helpful. Breakfast was sufficient and of good quality. For 60 euro double occupancy, 45 euro single per night I was satisfied. Have a wonderful trip Assisi is amazing. I will definitely return soon! -Sararosa

Re: accommodation

by Beausoleil

Sararosa, So glad you enjoyed your Assisi trip. We like Assisi so much we chose it for our anniversary last June. It's an amazing town . . . and the views are fabulous.

Re: accommodation

by Glen30

Hi Sararosa,

Thanks for your feedback.
I have already made my reservations with another hotel in Assisi. It has great reviews too.

Cant wait to be in Italy.

cheers
Glen

Travel Tips for Assisi

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by croisbeauty

Ova "požutjela" kuca, koja nedvojbeno spada u rani srednji vijek, savršenog je zdravlja i ljepote.
Valja imati na umu da je, ne tako davno, cijelu Umbriju pogodio razorni potres koji je nanio ogromne štete. Tome unatoc, u cijelome gradu necete naci niti jednu ruinu koja ceka "neka bolja vremena".

The frescos of San Francesco

by l_riva_l

Because of its importance to pilgrims, admittance to St. Francis is still free. This is in contrast with most major churches in Tuscany where a trip to the "biglietteria" is required. The visit to the interior is a must if you appreciate the works of Giotto.

What could you say more about Assisi?

by PALLINA

Everybody knows Assisi. If not, you have to go there, definitely. Go for a week, go for a month, go for a day or also for an hour, but you cannot miss it. Ok, it will be very crowded during every hour of the day BUT IT IS USUALLY VERY QUIET after dinner, where you can meet also the few people living in its centre walking with their dogs. Of course you have to visit the Basilica (two churches in one) but do not miss to walk every streets, also not the main streets. It is full of surprise. Please avoid like the pest all gadgets-souvenirs shops.

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