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Tuscania loft        
Via 12 settembre , 19

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Hotel Walser Courmayeur
Hotel Walser Courmayeur Star Rating 3        
Strada Margherita 8/A

Within view of the Mont Blanc mountain range, this quaint, timber-and-stone chalet is a 11-minute walk from Courmayeur Mont Blanc Funivie's ski lifts and 22 km from the iconic French ski resort in Chamonix.Conservative rooms with wood furnishings offer satellite TV. Most quarters come with balconies, and a few offer beamed ceilings and loft bedrooms.
Villaggio Olimpico Hotel Sestriere
Villaggio Olimpico Hotel Sestriere Star Rating 4        
Via Cesana, 5

Within view of the French Alps and 10 minutes from Via Lattea ski area, this resort hotel is former athlete housing from the 2006 Olympics.Functional, modern units have flat-screens with satellite channels, kitchenettes and sofabeds. They have separate bedrooms and private south-facing balconies.
Albergo Milano Snc
Albergo Milano Snc Star Rating 3        
Via Martino Novi 26

Within Valle d 'Intelvi valley, this bright hotel is a 4-minute walk from the village of Lanzo d 'Intelvi and 30 km from Lake Como.Relaxed rooms with warm, country-style decor feature flat-screen TVs and desks.Amenities include an elegant regional restaurant with a terrace offering valley views, plus a bar, a reading room and lounge areas, as well as parking facilities.
Grand Hotel Delle Rocche
Grand Hotel Delle Rocche Star Rating 4        
Strada comunale Via per Secinaro

Within the Sirente mountain range, this laid-back hotel is 1.4 km from the center of Rocca di Mezzo town and 18 km from the stalactites of Grotte di Stiffe.Unassuming rooms with pared-down decor feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, as well as balconies or terraces with mountain views.
Savoia Palace
Savoia Palace Star Rating 2        
Via Roma, 37

Within the Parco Naturale delle Dolomiti d'Ampezzo, this wood-encased apartment hotel is set on the outskirts of town, an 8-minute walk from the closest ski lift.Warmly decorated apartments have wooden furnishings, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, as well as living areas/room, dining tables and kitchenettes. All quarters come with balconies, most of which have mountain views.
Corte San Girolamo
Corte San Girolamo Star Rating 3        
Strada San Girolamo, 1 46100

Within the Parco del Mincio nature reserve, this low-key farmstay has a vine-covered exterior and is set on the property of a restored 15th-century monastery and mill. It's 3.7 km from il Duomo di Mantova, a Renaissance cathedral, and 3.
Marcaneto Palace Hotel San Giovanni a Piro
Marcaneto Palace Hotel San Giovanni a Piro Star Rating 4        
Localita Marcaneto

Within the boundaries of Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park, this refined hotel on a hillside overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea is 6 km from Policastro Bussentino railway station.Airy, contemporary rooms come with TVs and minibars; some have sea views. Room service is offered.
Minihotel Iris
Minihotel Iris Star Rating 3        
Via Chiunzi 177 bis

Within the borders of Parco Regionale dei Monti Lattari, this charming, relaxed B&B is 8 km from the 9th-century Amalfi Cathedral and 12 km from the 13th-century Villa Rufolo.The 6 bright, simple rooms have tile floors and colorful accents, and provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars; 1 room includes a whirlpool tub.Breakfast is offered on a terrace set in a garden with lemon trees.
Meltar Boutique Hotel
Meltar Boutique Hotel Star Rating 4        
Via Meltar 2

Within the 18-hole Asiago Golf Club, this tranquil hotel is 9 km from Forte Interotto, a 19th-century fortress and 10 km from Calà del Sasso, Italy's longest staircase.Elegant, individually furnished rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screens. Upgraded rooms and suites add sitting areas and/or balconies.
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Italy is one of those countries to which you probably have already quite a number of preconceptions even before you have put one foot into the country. Country of olive oil and mafia, pasta, wine and sunshine, roman ruins and renaissance palaces. Although some of these images are appealing, it would be a shame if that was the only thing you would get away with. Italy is certainly much more complex and interesting than that. Italy is a modern country with deep roman catholic roots, full of interesting stuff for the casual tourist and even more for the educated visitor. It is easy to spend two weeks in major tourist centers without any reason to get bored, but it is equally simple to get off the beaten track.