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Renting a villa in Italy, More affordable than you think

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Italian villas, city apartments, and farmhouses are an increasingly popular way to stay in Italy and for good reason; in contrast to hotel rooms, a vacation rental gives you room to spread out, a greater level of privacy, and the fun of living temporarily all’Italiana. Italian rentals can also save you money. You’ll end up spending less on meals in restaurants, since you’ll have a kitchen and dining area where you can cook meals with fresh local ingredients.


When to Go

How much flexibility do you have in your travel plans?

May through mid June, or September through October are two periods in the year that are far less crowded and the weather is typically pleasant and comfortable. The price of accommodations is also considerably less during these seasons.

If you are traveling with school aged children consider taking them out of school a week early, as you will benefit from a lower price. The enriching experience of travel will last them a lifetime.


Rental choices

A variety of large and small accommodations are available to rent. Renting an apartment in an Agriturismo offers the culture and customs of the region. You can participate in a working farm atmosphere and indulge in the products produced by the farm. This form of communal lodging can be a real bargain at around $500.00 a week. If you are seeking privacy and independence; larger villas can cost from $3500.00 per week or more. These rentals offer a more luxurious accommodation; private swimming pools, beautifully landscaped grounds, and gourmet kitchens.

If you’re planning to travel with a group of family or friends, the more expensive accommodations, become a more affordable alternative.


Finding the rental, that fits your needs

Italian accommodations can be found through, numerous resources; vacation rental agencies, travel agents or through the internet. A web search for “Villa rentals” will return a number of choices, from rentals by owners, or full service companies that can arrange many additional activities; like wine tours, a private chef, or a cooking class.


The dream of living “Le Dolce Vita” is more affordable than ever.