A new Bed and Breakfast is born in Forlì:
B&B 2 minutes from the hospital
and is located in Forlì, in Via Torino Campani 3A.
In a quiet area,
a short distance from the historic center of Forlì
and from interesting points of the country such as:
- Ospedale Morgagni
a 2 minutes (0,6 km)
- Villa Serena
( accredited private hospital )
6 minutes (3,3km)
- San Domenico exhibition center
7 minutes (3,8 km)
- Barracks De Gennaro
8 minutes (6,1km)
- Villa Orchidee ( accredited private hospital )
9 minutes (6,2km)
- Villa Igea ( accredited private hospital)
10 minutes (4,8km)
- The Piccolo Theater 10 minutes (5km)
- Forlì train station 10 minutes (5,5km)
- Forlì Airport
11 minutes (6,7km)
- Forlì Fair
14 minutes (8,3 km)
- IRST of Meldola
a 16 minutes (11 km)
A few kilometers from: Castrocaro Terme,
Predappio, Bertinoro, Forlimpopoli, Meldola
and Fratta terme.
A few tens of minutes from the Romagna coast:
Cervia, Cesenatico, Milano Marittima,
shores of Ravenna and Rimini.
And much more
The B&B is located in Forlì (Vecchiazzano),
a few meters from Pierantoni-Morgagni Hospital in Forlì.
An apartment surrounded by greenery
and served by a comfortable external staircase.
Forlì was founded in 188 BC.
and is located halfway between the sea and the mountains,
halfway between greenery and industries,
between Rimini and Bologna,
between Venice and Florence,
between Rome and Milan,
between Europe and Africa,
between Asia and the Americas,
here you know now,
Forlì is at the center of the world … 🙂
Forlì offers cultural and food and wine tours such as the Road of wines and flavors of Bertinoro, Castrocaro Terme and Predappio.
In Forlì, you can also visit:
where stands the Duomo dedicated to San Mercuriale;
The museum complex of San Domenico,
where you can admire the Church of San Giacomo Apostolo
and the adjoining Convent;
Villa Carpena (house of Mussolini’s memories),
Palazzo Romagnoli and the Rocca delle Camminate.
To complete the visit of Forlì
you can see the suggestive
Rocca of Ravaldino,
which stands in all its grandeur
at the end of Corso Diaz.
This, built in the 14th century,
it was enlarged with the intervention of Caterina Sforza
which added a substantial part to the castle.