Small medieval house with panoramic view

Small medieval house with panoramic view

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our home is in Tuscany, in a beautiful renaissance village, on the top of a hill and the panorama is really astonishing. It is very quiet. It is an ancient medieval house, with 2 rooms: on the ground floor we have the kitchen (with fireplace) and the bathroom, on the first floor there is a large room with antique furniture, a king-size bed and a sofa-bed (for 2). The kitchen is fully equipped.
It is our second house in our native village. We have also a flat in Bologna that sleeps 4, also available for exchange.

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Who we are

  1. Our family: my husband and I and our teenage daughter. I'm a music teacher and my husband works in an insurance office. We love travelling. We live in Bologna in a flat and we have this little house in Pienza. We use it for vacation and for friends' vacation.
    We did our first homexchanging in USA and we were very happy about it. Then we did four exchanges: always very nice experiences!

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The house is independent and it is in a beautiful little village with less than 2000 inhabitants. The other houses are typical of the area. The village is situated in the Tuscan countryside and is one of the most important examples of renaissance architecture and city planning. From Pienza you can visit Siena, Montepulciano, Montalcino and Southern Tuscany. Florence and Rome are not far from Pienza: an hour and half-two hours by car or by train.
In Pienza and in the other villages there are very good restaurants and shops with typical products: cheese, wine and olive oil.

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