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Where to stay in Genoa – What you need to know Genoa is the capital of the Ligurian region, in northern Italy. This city is the sixth in size in the whole country and is known for having the second most important harbour in Italy, for its medieval legacy, and for being the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, jeans and,...

Where to stay in Florence – What you need to know Florence (or Firenze in Italian) is the capital of Tuscany, located in northern Italy. This city is considered one of the most beautiful in the world for being the birthplace of Renaissance, an important architectural, artistic and cultural movement. Florence is located...

Where to stay in La Spezia – What you need to know La Spezia is a small town located in southern Liguria, in northern Italy. This city, the second in population of the region after Genoa, is known for its important port and for being the venue for major water sports competitions, but above all, for being the main gate...

Where to stay in Pisa – What You Need to Know Pisa is the second most important city in the Tuscany region, after Florence. Located very close to the Mediterranean coast and crossed by the Arno River, Pisa is one of the most visited cities in Italy. Where to stay in Pisa, Italy – Best areas and hotels Although Pisa is...

Where to stay in Cali – What you need to know Cali, or Santiago de Cali, is the capital of the department of Valle del Cauca in Colombia and is located in the south-west of the country. Cali is the third most populated city in Colombia, after Bogota and Medellin, and one of the most important economic and industrial...

Where to stay in Cuenca – What you need to know Cuenca is located in the central area of Spain, about 165 kilometres southeast of Madrid. This city, surrounded by mountains and forests, belongs to the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha and is the capital of the homonymous province. Where to stay in Cuenca...

Where to stay in Salamanca – What you need to know Salamanca is a beautiful city located in the central area of Spain, about two hours northwest of Madrid, in the autonomous community of Castilla y León. This city, which is a World Heritage Site, stands out in a special way for its culture and gastronomy. Where to stay...

Where to stay in Valladolid – What you need to know Valladolid is only 50 minutes by train from Madrid and enjoys a privileged geographical location, in the central northern area of the Iberian Peninsula. Valladolid is the capital of the homonymous province and of the autonomous community of Castilla y León. This city...

Where to stay in Toledo, Spain – What you need to know Toledo is located in the central area of Spain, about 71 kilometres from Madrid. This charming city is the capital of the homonymous province and also of the autonomous community of Castille-La Mancha. Other accommodation guides Best areas to stay in MadridBest...

Where to Stay in Ávila – What You Need to Know Ávila is the capital of the homonymous province located in the central-north area of Spain, a little over 100 kilometres from Madrid. This city is part of the autonomous community of Castilla y León and is known for being the highest provincial capital of Spain, at 1131...