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Zuni 3rd fl. - period house with sea view - WiFi

ItalieLigurieRapallo
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8 voyageurs
3 chambres
6 lits
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Wonderful apartment with sea view. Located in a very central position, it is ideal to reach every interesting spots of the city, the beaches, the shops and the restaurants.


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Le logement
Salles de bain : 2
Chambres : 3
Lits : 6
Arrivée : 15:00 - 21:00
Départ : 10:00
Type de logement : Logement entier

Équipements

Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : 20€ / nuit après 6 voyageurs
Frais de ménage : 150€
Caution : 300€
Réduction à la semaine : 8%
Tarif week-end : 243€ / nuit

Description

Wonderful apartment with sea view. Located in a very central position, it is ideal to reach every interesting spots of the city, the beaches, the shops and the restaurants.

This apartment is perfect for 6 people, it can host up to 8 thanks to two additional beds.

Zuni-3rd is composed by: living, 3 double bedrooms, two bathrooms (one with shower and one with bathtub) and a separate well equipped kitchen. It also includes a dining room for 6/8 people and two small balconies.

It is located on the 3rf floor with elevator.

Parking: a parking place is available at the cost of 15€ a day at 600 mt. from the property.

Main appliances are: TV, dishwasher, microwave, capsule coffee machine and washing machine. Unfortunately we do not have a dryer.


You have included: final cleaning, bed linens and towels, unlimited internet connection, all the expenses such as power, gas, water etc. and baby bed if you need.
Cot is available at a cost of €20 and baby sitting with a little extra. Please, book them in advance.

Car is not necessary since you can reach every interesting spot in Rapallo and surrounding by foot or train, bus or ferry which is definitely the best solution in high season.

Well trained pets are welcome.

You have access to the entire property as you are the only guests.

You'll be accommodated by a member of our staff that will take care of the check-in and will give you all the information you need about the apartment and surroundings
You can easily reach me on the phone.

Here you have some infos about the area from Genova to Cinque Terre

They are ment to help you enjoy the places I love and know best and the ones it might be more difficult to bump in just walking around. You'll also find some general hints, that may sound funny or useless if you allready know Italy but will turn usefull if it is the first time you are in my country.
Consider that I usually visit the area in winter and during weekend (I love Liguria but I live in Milano), in summer time there are many other places to check.

Food shops:
Carrefour supermarket is a few steps from train station. It is open 7/7 from 8.00 am to 8.00 pm.
Fresh vegetable market in Via Venezia every morning.
Many shops like, bakery, pasta fresca, butcher, fishmonghers, cheese shop, deli shops etc. in via Mazzini and Via Venezia and surroundings.
Almost every pasta fresca is good. The ones I usually buy at are: la Casana in Via Mazzini and Dassu in Via Venezia.
At the corner of Via Mazzini and Via Magenta you have "La bottega dei sestieri" wich is a real gourmet temple. They also speak English and can suggest you the best combination of wine and food. They have a lot of food produced in the "slow food" spirit. (URL HIDDEN)

Places for breakfast:
The "BAR LATTERIA" at the streetlight: a tiny bar with fresh pastry, good espresso and a nice wiew on the sea. My friend Marzia (the owner of the bar and the Bagni Molo just in front of it) can also give you good tips on the area. You find it on the way from the castle to Villa Porticciolo. By the "BAR LATTERIA" you have a newstrand with international press.
PASTICCERIA CANEPA: it is in Piazza Garibaldi, the little square at the beginning of the "caruggi" by the octopus (polpo) fountain.
BAR SOLE, great location a few steps from “BAR LATTERIA”

In Italy "bar" does not only mean a place to drink alcohol in the evening, most of the time is a place to have a coffè and croissant in the morning maybe (but not necessary) at the counter.
"caffè" is more a place to seat and spend time. The difference it is not so sharp and you can spend as much time as you want in both.
Very nice also Caffè Defilla in Chiavari in corso Garibaldi.


Restaurants:
Rapallo
My favourites are:
-Hostaria Vecchia Rapallo, Via Fratelli Cairoli, 24-25 tel (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
-Focaccia in Riviera, it is just at the beginning of via Zunino (or at the end if you arrive from the apartment). Try their Focaccia di Recco (cheese focaccia ) it’s eccellent.
Bagni Molo (in summer is also restaurant) Marzia: +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)r Sole, great location.
U Bansin Via Venezia, 104 tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) very easy but but the food is good
U Giancu Via San Massimo - tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) a must if you have little kids. They will love it. It's far from the center and the apt, you can go there by bus (direction San Massimo) by car or taxi
Trattoria Da Mario, Piazza Garibaldi, 23, tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)‎
if you love pizza: Pizzeria Bella Napoli, Corso Colombo, 26. tel: tel (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Almost all of the places on the Passeggiata are ok. To pick out some two names: Hotel Miramare and Da Monique.

Santa Margherita
My favourites are:
- Caffè del Porto Via Tomaso Bottaro, 32 tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), traditional cuisine easy and quite inexpensive.
- Capo Nord: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (it's actually between Santa Margherita and Paraggi) unfortunately it is open only in summer. Very romantic, you really eat "pieds dans l'eau".
There are also some other nice places in the area by Piazza Vittorio Veneto and at the beginning of Calata del Porto but sometimes they are a little snobish and the gap between what you pay and what you get is too high. In summer is really crowded. Consider that Santa Margherita is one of the favourite places for young scion of northern Italy rich families to show off, in winter is different.

Sestri Levante:
My favourites are:
- Polpo Mario: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) my favourite dish is "misto all'antica" and my favourite wine is: Vermentino di Laura Aschero
- Cantine Cattaneo: Via Vicinale della Madonnetta, 1 tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) you need to go there by car or you can take a taxi from Sestri Levante.
Portobello: Via Portobello, 16 -tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)‎ in the baia del silenzio
Asseu: via G.B. da Ponzerone, 2 take the road from Sestri Levante to Moneglia, the restaurant is just after Riva Trigoso. (URL HIDDEN) You need a car or you can take a taxi from Sestri Levante.
Ristorante dei Castelli: the owner is the same of Polpo Mario. Very nice location and good food but, in my opinion, a little too expensive. I prefer Polpo Mario.

Ruta di Camogli:
Nonna Nina (excellent traditional ligurian cuisine) : (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) you have to go by car or take a taxi from Santa Margherita or Camogli. You can also take a 15-20 min walk from the bus stop of Ruta.
If you go there for lunch and don't mind walking (and little trekking), you can spend the afternoon on the path from Ruta to Punta Chiappa and then from Punta Chiappa to the village of Camogli, wich is beautifull.

Gelaterie (icecream places)
Rapallo
Frigidarium (just by the castle)
Gelateria del Polpo (under the arcades at the beginning of via Mazzini)

Santa Margherita
Gelateria Centrale try Pinguino (chocolate dipped ice cream)

Sestri Levante
Baciollo (my top favourite) try: crema con fichi e noci (figues and nut) and ricotta e cotognata.

Chiavari
Gelateria Davide

Places to have a drink from 7 p.m. till late and for APERITIVO
Aperitivo is normally served with a little food that sometimes it is not just "a little".
In some places, in summer, you may find "happy hour" wich is served from 7pm to 9pm: you only pay for the drink and are aloud to help yourself as much as you like with food. It is the italian version of "tapas".

Rapallo
Enoteca Il castello
Bar le saline

Chiavari
Caffè Defilla in corso Garibaldi

Sestri Levante
There are two bars in the "baia del silenzio", one is by Hotel Helvetia and the other one is almost on the other side of the bay. Both of them are very nice.

Camogli
Bistingo

Portofino
La Gritta
Enoteca Winter Rose
They are both on calata Marconi on your left side looking at the sea.

Beaches:
Rapallo
If you look for sandy beaches, you should go to LIDO or FLORA, they are a little more far away from the apartment, but not that far.
PORTICCIOLO is very close to the apartment and also my favourite.
MOLO is also close to the apt and is owned by my friend Marzia she is very nice and often organizes nice dinners at the beach.
My suggestion is not to go every day in the same place and, aboveall, go and visit the little villages in the surroundings, like: Zoagli, Prelo, Trelo, San Michele, Paraggi. You can reach those places by MARE-BUS wich stops very close to the apt.
Zoagli: reach the seaside and walk on the cliffs on your right side till you can, the water is great.
Sestri Levante: baia del silenzio


Places to visit and things to do:
you MUST visit the following villages, in brakes the best way to reach them in day time
Camogli (train)
Portofino (boat/bus)
Sestri Levante (train/car)
Cinque Terre (train/boat) consider a full day to go, visit and come back. It's touristic but worth the crowd. (URL HIDDEN)

and if your holiday lasts a little more:
- Zoagli (foot/train/car)
- Chiavari (train/car) it’s very nice the center with it’s ancient arcades but I do not like so much the new waterfront.
- Santa Margherita (bus/car)
- Lavagna (bus/car)
- Portovenere and Lerici (boat) quite far away, consider a full day to go, visit and come back
- And last but not least GENOVA. In my opinion, it has the same ranking of Florence or Turin in terms of number and quality of historic buildings and monuments. Do not forget to visit the Genova Acquarium (URL HIDDEN) and the Città dei bambini, (URL HIDDEN) Your kids will love it!
Also check exhibitions in Palazzo Ducale: (URL HIDDEN)
San Fruttuoso (only by boat). Charming but very touristic, do not go on week-end (URL HIDDEN)

things to do
- walk from Rapallo to Santa Margherita (5km) and Portofino (9km) it is plain and easy with many places and villages to stop and rest on the way. Avoid weekends and July-August period, you walk by the same road of cars and you do not want to mix too much "sea smell and sound" with "traffic smell and sound".
- walk from Ruta di Camogli (you reach it by bus from Rapallo) to Punta Chiappa/Capo Pidocchio. If you are a good swimmer, have a swim at punta Chiappa. Be careful, if the sea is not calm it can be difficult to get out of the water. Check what locals do. On the way there is a nice restaurant: U SPADIN. His pesto sauce is famous.
- trekking from Portofino to San Fruttuoso (you can also reach San Fruttuoso by boat) It is quite challenging but the wiew is great. If you get too tired you can take your way back by boat. Check the boat (battelli) time table in Portofino.
Other suggestions: (URL HIDDEN)

Others:
- on the way to the center there is "Auditorium delle Clarisse" where classical music is often performed and the Gaffoglio museum.
- in the Parco Casale you have: children playground, minigolf course, library, museo del merletto, open air movie theatre (only in summer) great place also for jogging and walk your dog
- not far from the highway exit you can play golf or tennis at Circolo Golf e Tennis Rapallo.
(URL HIDDEN) (bus direction Santa Maria and San Massimo)


Means of transportation:
things change a lot between summer and the rest of the year.
in summer, specially during week-end it's much better not to use your car. The problem is actually much more parking than circulation.
By bus, train or boat you can go allmost everywere but check accurately the schedule for your way back.
Bus station is just in front of train station (stazione). Bus is also a very good place to talk to locals and ask for tips of info about the area.
Boats leave from the "passeggiata" 200mt far from the castle
This is the italian railway company site: (URL HIDDEN) check those destinations: Zoagli, Camogli, Corniglia (cinque terre), Sestri Levante and GENOVA.
This is the bus company site: (URL HIDDEN) check: Santa Margherita, Portofino, Camogli, Zoagli, Ruta di Camogli.
This is the ferry company web site: (URL HIDDEN) check: Portofino, Santa Margherita, San Fruttuoso and Cinque Terre.


Food
Generally speaking in Liguria there is a much wider choice of "land food" than fish. Wich it does not mean fish is not excellent, but, it would not be smart to eat more frequently fish than the rest just because you are by the seaside. If I have to pick a category of ingredients to be told as the most important in the Ligurian cuisine, I would say: vegetables and oil. And I would add that the tradition as been able to create dishes full of taste and perfume from very poor ingredients.
Here you have some dishes that are tipical of the region:
Pesto sauce, wich is used to season trofie or trenette
Salsa di Noci (nut sauce), wich is used to season Pansotti, wich is a kind of ravioli with vegetable filling
Coniglio (rabbit) or fishes like orata or branzino alla ligure (oven cooked with potatoes and olives)
Polpo con le patate octopus with boiled potatoes (very good at Polpo Mario restaurant)
Many difefrent tipe of Torte di verdure (quiches) or verdure ripiene, one for all is Torta Pasqualina (wich is supposed to be eaten at Easter).
Focaccia (flatbread) and focaccia con il formaggio (cheese). The best places to buy focaccia are bakeries. The one by the apartment and the one under the arches at the beginning of via Mazzini are excellent.
Very good focaccia also at Il focacciaio in Vico del Pozzo, 30, Rapallo (and it is open also on Sunday and till 8,30-9,00 pm.)
Olives: if they bring you some dark little olives they are "olive Taggiasche" they do not look nice but are tastefull.

if you eat at home, food shopping in Rapallo
You have:
Billa supermarket on the way to the station. Ask for Billa and everybody knows. It is open 7/7 till 8pm.
Fresh vegetable market in Via Venezia
Many shops like, bakery, pasta fresca, butcher, fishmonghers, cheese shop, etc. in via Mazzini and Via Venezia and surroundings.
A very good bakery is also a few steps from the apartment.
Almost every "pasta fresca" shops are good. The ones I usually buy at are: la Casana in Via Mazzini and Dasso in piazza Venezia. At La Casana you can also attend cooking lessons
At the corner of Via Mazzini and Via Magenta you have "La bottega dei sestieri" wich is a real gourmet temple. They also speak English and can suggest you the best combination of wine and food.

Various
Tips at restaurant: it does not work like in the States and in many other countries, 15-20% of the bill is a lot (that is why often the service is worse). If you are happy with the service you can leave:
- bar, caffè, enoteca and similar (only if you are served at the table): 1-2 euro per person
- at the restaurant: 2-3 euro per person
- at the bar counter: it would be kind to leave 20-50 cents but most of the Italians don't tip at the counter.
Never leave copper coins.
If you are served by the owner (sometimes it may happen) you should not tip, if you want to tip, is kind to specify that the tip is for the employes.
bill/check: it is quite unusual to ask for separate bills and is even more unusual that each person pays with his own credit card (as it often happens in France).
Means of payment: do not forghet to carry some cash on you. In Italy credit/debit cards and similar are used in supermarkets, nice shops and restaurants or to buy gas. Small grocery, bars, small restaurant and, generally speaking, small exercise only accept cash. Maybe they show American Express or Visa sign outside but, when you try to use your card, they tell you either, your card is not working or their machine is broken.
Prices that are shown on menues and everywere include all taxes.
If you do not like espresso because it is too strong ask for "caffè americano"
if you want a sort of mini cappuccino ask for "macchiato caldo"
Avoid restaurants that displays food pictures outside and the ones with a too wide menu. With a few exceptions, the shorter is the menu, the better (and fresher) is the food. Allways ask the price of the "dish of the day".

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Have a nice holiday!!

Bruno

Things change a lot between summer and the rest of the year.
In summer, specially during week-end it's much better not to use your car. The problem is actually much more parking than circulation.
By bus, train or boat you can go allmost everywere but check accurately the schedule for your way back.
Bus station is just in front of train station (stazione). Bus is also a very good place to talk to locals and ask for tips of info about the area.
Boats leave from the "passeggiata" 200mt far from the castle
This is the italian railway company site: (URL HIDDEN) check those destinations: Zoagli, Camogli, Corniglia (cinque terre), Sestri Levante and GENOVA.
This is the bus company site: (URL HIDDEN) check: Santa Margherita, Portofino, Camogli, Zoagli, Ruta di Camogli.
This is the ferry company web site: (URL HIDDEN) check: Portofino, Santa Margherita, San Fruttuoso and Cinque Terre.

The check-in time is flexible, an additional charge is required for arrivals after 7 p.m.

Check-out time is at 10, but if our schedule is not too tight, we will be happy to met your needs.

Cot is available at a cost of €20 and baby sitting with a little extra. Please, book them in advance.


Règlement intérieur
Pas de fête ni de soirée
L'heure d'entrée dans les lieux est 15:00 - 21:00.

E' richiesto l'invio dei dettagli dei documenti di TUTTI gli ospiti prima dell'arrivo. Devono essere comunicati alla questura.

Fumo: per favore fumate solo sul balcone.

Animali: gli animali ben educati sono ammessi. Se utilizzate una copertura adeguata potete lasciarli salire sul divano ma, per favore, non lasciateli salire sui letti.

Vicini di casa: Per favore rispettare i vicini di casa evitando rumori fastidiosi e musica ad alto volume in particolare dopo le 11 di sera. Ricordatevi che questa è una casa in cui non è permesso fare feste.

Late check in: normalmente l'orario di arrivo è tra le 15.00 e le 19.00. Per il check in fuori orario siamo costretti a chiedere una maggiorazione in funzione dell'ora di arrivo: € 30,00 fino alle 23,00 + € 20,00 per ogni ulteriore ora.

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You are required to send passport details of ALL guests before arrival. We are obliged to sent them to the Police.


Smoking: please smoke only on the balcony.

Pets: well trained pets are allowed in this property. If you place adequate cover, you can let them get on the sofa but please do not let them go on the beds.

Neighbors: please be respectful of your neighbors avoiding loud noises and music. Especially after 11,00 pm. Remember this is a NO PARTY property.

Late check-in: usually check-in is between 3 pm and 7 pm. For the late check-in we are obliged to ask you an additional charge based on your arrival time: € 30,00 till 11 pm + € 20 for every further hour.


Annulations

Cet hôte applique des conditions d'annulation modérées

Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 7 jours précédant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % du prix à la nuit. Les frais vous sont remboursés intégralement.


Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Fiche de sécurité

Disponibilité
Séjour de 2 nuits minimum

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Flexyrent

Flexyrent

Milan, Italie · Membre depuis juillet 2012

Messaggio in Italiano più sotto (A message in Italian will follow)

I took mi first steps in this field 10 years ago when I started letting my family's holiday-home in Rapallo not far from Portofino, in the Ligurian Riviera, Italy.

Since the very beginning it was a great experience both for my guests and myself: they anjoyed my attitude to the hospitality and I learned more and more about how to turn an apartment into a perfect holiday accomodaton.

Then I decided to start a business helping other home owners and travellers sharing the same great experience I had.

I really hope you'll enjoy us!


Il piacere di ospitare, abbinato alla passione per i viaggi, soprattutto per quelli in cui si riesce a capire come vivono le persone dei posti che si visitano, mi hanno spinto ad iniziare l'avventura di Flexy Rent.

Ci occupiamo di locazioni turistiche brevi, ovvero tra i 2 ed i 28 giorni, in tutta Italia. La società è stata costituita di recente ma nasce dall'esperienza decennale e dal piacere di affittare la mia casa di Rapallo oltre che dall'aver aiutato più di un amico a fare la stessa cosa.

Grazie a questa esperienza, ai risultati ed alla fiducia che mi è stata concessa, abbiamo già un interessante numero di appartamenti in gestione, molti dei quali presenti su questo profilo.
Per Flexy Rent il Servizio è fondamentale, il turista deve sentirsi a casa ed il proprietario sereno nel condividere il proprio immobile e le bellezze del nostro Paese con persone provenienti da tutto il mondo.

Cosa offriamo al proprietario:
- raccogliamo tutto il materiale e le informazioni per pubblicare gli annunci sui diversi portali.
- determiniamo il miglior prezzo da applicare agli ospiti aggiungendo il costo del nostro servizio delle pulizie e tenendo conto dei periodi di non occupazione.
- prepariamo e pubblichiamo gli annunci relativi al suo immobile, anche su portali a pagamento, senza addebitargli nulla.
- gestiamo la corrispondenza con i potenziali ospiti, le prenotazioni, gli eventuali sconti ed il calendario con l'obiettivo di ottimizzare l'occupazione.
- la possibilità di utilizzare l'immobile quando non è già stato prenotato.

Cosa chiediamo al proprietario:
di collaborare nel rendere la sua casa accogliente per persone che arriveranno da tutto il mondo, ottenendo così feedback positivi, indispensabili per arrivare alla massima occupazione.

Grazie,
Bruno

flexy rent srl
Via Marco D'Oggiono, 7 - 20123 Milano

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