ITnorth-"Pilgrim" accomodations


VF16 - 60 Calendasco - Ostello le tre corone

A family run youth hostel in the middle of the Pianura Padana of North Italy. This hidden gem provides season-long, quality accommodation for all travelling through Emilia, be it by car or on foot. Our rooms will provide the rest you need on your journey and our staff will ensure you have a comfortable and relaxing stay. Buffet Breakfast imcluded with a member of staff on duty.     Linen & Towels Included. 24hr Wifi. Laundry servise on request Private garden to be enjoyed, with plenty of space to rest and relax. 5 minutes walk from the very reasonably pricedlocal open air swimming pool. We are the closest stop after the Sigerican crossing point on the river Po. Local sport centre, gym and swimming pool will help you keep fit and enjoy the season. Get around the beautiful Italian countryside with routes designed specifically for cyclists and walkers Local stables provide a range of services Please contact us for more information. We speak Italian, English, French and some staff also speak German.

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VF17 - 90 Fiorenzuola d'Arda - Bottega di Sciara Progetti

Home  of  a  theater  company.  ample  space  for  hospitality  of artists  and  pilgrims,  with  reserved  spaces  and  spaces  for sharing. 

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VF20 - 60 Calestano - La Locanda nel vento

Old and charming farmhouse in the hills around Parma, with stunning views of the Baganza river.

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VF22 - 90 Pontremoli - Seminario di Pontremoli

This historic building, once occupied by the Franciscan Covent, is located in a central and convenient position in Pontremoli and it has been recently renovated, still conserving that typical Franciscan simplicity in decor. Pilgrims can take advantage of two types of hospitality according to their different needs. The fireplace room will host pleasant convivial moments, while large common areas will guarantee moments of study and meeting - even with the provision of some internet stations. The stay in the seminary can be enriched by the visiting to the Ancient Library, the Restoration Laboratory and the Diocesan Museum.

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