Parma Hotels

Old Jul 31st, 2009, 07:45 PM
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Parma Hotels

I am still undecided (Parma or Bologna) where to spend one night on my way to Pescara from Riomaggiore.
Because it is such a long trip and need to change many trains I decided to just go ahead and take it easy.
I need a nice hotel, walking distance to the centro historico,clean, safe,moderately priced,I have noticed that the hotels prices in Parma are very good ...

Any idea?
I was seaching the net and saw a listing of moderately priced hotels..

Astoria Residenza,
Farnese,
Verdi,
of course I dont know how far these places are from the Centro historico.
I went to Parma years ago but I was with relatives.
Thanks,
AnnaMaria
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Old Aug 1st, 2009, 03:08 AM
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I have the good advice for you: charming, very clean, very good breakfast and located in the historical center and, important, not expensive: LA PILOTTA ROOM & BREAKFAST.
Only three rooms !
Look at its website and, if you decide, reserve your room as soon as possible: www.lapilotta.it .

Enjoy your trip, ciao.


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Old Aug 1st, 2009, 04:40 AM
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We stayed at Hotel Torino a few years ago and thought it was charming. http://www.hotel-torino.it/index.php?lingua=en The location couldn't have been better. Right in the centro storico. Although we had a car, I remember passing the train station on the way to the hotel, and I don't think it was very far.
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Old Aug 1st, 2009, 06:07 AM
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Thanks for the informations..I will check the website..
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kismet,

did you see on another thread that I posted you can fly from Linate (Milan) to Pescara for 50 euros? You could get a direct train from La Spezia to Milano Centrale, and then a bus from there to Linate (30 minutes).
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It's Air One that flies that route.
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Old Aug 1st, 2009, 09:20 AM
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Thanks zeppole but from the times that I arrive in Milan, going to the airport and wait for the flight,I may as well go ahead and go to Pescara by train..If I were in Milan it would have been extremely convenient ,but from CT is not.

Vincenzo the B&B is very Charming..However, my plans are not yet definite and I would hate to make a reservation and then to have cancel it at the last minute.

However, I will keep the B&B in mind.
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