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'In the ancient Parma, Rubra offers a luxury accommodation where you'll find the quiet of its private garden and the happiness of the central city streets.'
Rubra is located 5 minutes walking distance from Parma main square Piazza Garibaldi as well as the most important historical monuments such as The Cathedral, Battistero, Palazzo Pilotta, the Regio Theatre, University. Because of its central location, public services such as train station (15 min. walking or bus n.7), hospital and main car park are all within 0,5 km away. Indoor Car Parking Kennedy (Via Kennedy) 200 mt away only.
About the Owner
Languages spoken:English, Italian, Spanish
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:October 2012
Interaction with guests:
3rd floor no lift.
Self contained studio, air conditioning, central heating, wifi, kitchenette (free coffee, tea, water), dining table, double bed and safe. Furnished with tv, linen, wardrobe. Ensuite bathroom including: sink, toilette, bidet, walk-in shower, hairdryer, towels, shower gel. Big terrace exclusive to guests with table and chairs. Cleaning service on request. Town map and baggage deposit available on request.
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About the neighbourhood
Parma still maintains the style of a small capital which has been for centuries: his past as a ducal town is evident not only in its urban environment, but especially in the natural ease and elegance of the lifestyle of the city. Exhibitions and museums appreciated across the border, high level theater and opera production, international level university, are the territory of Parma with a strong capacity of attraction. Hinge between the Po valley and the Tyrrhenian Sea, between Lombardy and Emilia, Parma Province reveals dynamic and hardworking, proud to be deservedly called 'Food Valley'.