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From Marco Casa Vacanze Borgo Civita - ID 6678

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Entire rental unit
hosted by Marco
  1. 5 guests
  2. 3 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 bath
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92% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
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In the Aniene Valley, among the paths and woods once crossed by hermits and knights, and today it is the goal of those who want to be less “social” and less “connected” for a few days.

CODE ID: 6678

Holiday Home authorised with Scia protocol no. 3659 of 8/7/2105

The space
The Holiday House is located within the medieval village, in the square called: Piazza Civita, at the foot of Castello Caetani. The territory of which the city of Trevi is part resides within the Parco dei Monti Simbruini

Owned by the family for about 1000 years, it was destined to host bishops and cardinals, as Trevi was once the bishop's seat and summer residence of the pontiff of Rome. This is why it maintains the structure of a small convent.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Bedroom 3
1 single bed

What this place offers

Ski-in/Ski-out
Kitchen
Free street parking
Pets allowed
Washer
Patio or balcony
Indoor fireplace
Hair dryer
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

Where you’ll be

Trevi Nel Lazio, Lazio, Italy

Ancient medieval village located around a fortress, at the foot of Castello Caetani (built 1050)

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4.89 out of 5 stars from 175 reviews

Hosted by Marco

Joined in June 2012
  • 175 Reviews
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My name is Marco Iacobucci , I was born and live in Rome , the city of the ancient Empire of Caesar. In life working as a photographer and journalist. Gossip , sports , editorial and corporate , are my main activities . I follow football teams Roma and Lazio , when they play at home in the Olympic Stadium in Rome.
Thanks to my job , I had the opportunity to travel a lot, and visit beautiful places. I then had the opportunity to experience the hospitality of many peoples . And doing a lot of experience . I liked get to in a place and be welcomed with all the attention .
In 2010 my father died, he lived in a house in a village 80 km away from Rome, Trevi nel Lazio. A small unknown village in the middle of Simbruinis.
After his death, I inherited 2 houses in Trevi nel Lazio, one inside and one outside the city . The house in the city is a very old house , was built around the year 1200 . My ancestors have always lived in there . When I walked in, there were very few things , an old table , old beds , a few cups and some glasses.
At first I was really desperate and depressed, I did not know what to make of that house, because I needed a lot of money to restructure it. I decided to sell it, and I found a person who offered me lots of money. The house is very large, and is situated on a square where there is a medieval castle , in fact when you walk out the door and you look up , you see this huge castle.
I had already decided to sell, but then one day a friend of mine, an archaeologist, came to visit my country Trevi, she had traveled the world for work, she was very surprised by the beauty of the place and told me not to sell the house because it was unique.
He told me to try to rent it to tourists who are looking for particular homes. She convinced me.
For work, last year I went to Brazil, I came across the website Airbnb, and booked some houses in Brazil. When I went to Brazil I was welcomed with open arms by my host.
I liked it so much the philosophy of Airbnb that I decided to do it myself with my home.
When I returned, I started to clean the house, painting it and furnishing it. I decided to try this new experience, trying to bring in tourists to the country Trevi, where there has never been tourism.
In addition to my work as a photographer, I decided to commit myself to this new challenge.

Marco

p.s.: My english it s "so and so!"
My name is Marco Iacobucci , I was born and live in Rome , the city of the ancient Empire of Caesar. In life working as a photographer and journalist. Gossip , sports , editorial a…

During your stay

Every weekend you can visit Castello Caetani, and admire a splendid view overlooking the medieval tower. The ancient Collegiate Church of Santa Maria, The Oratory of San Pietro Eremita, The Chapel of Our Lady of Rest rich in ancient and precious frescoes.

For those who love hiking, and Mountan Bike, there are many well-marked routes within the park. A 30-minute drive away, you can also visit some places of religious and cultural interest: the sanctuary of the Holy Trinity of Vallepietra, the Cascata di Trevi in Comunacque, the Caves of Inferniglio in Jenne, the Sacro Speco and Santa Scolastica in Subiaco, the villa of Trajan in Arcinazzo Romano, the imposing arch of Trevi along the route of San Benedetto, the beautiful village, an open-air work of art by Cervara di Roma, the pumps of the symbruini Camerata Vecchia (a Vecchia, a town destroyed by fire about 150 years ago and abandoned in the mountains).
Every weekend you can visit Castello Caetani, and admire a splendid view overlooking the medieval tower. The ancient Collegiate Church of Santa Maria, The Oratory of San Pietro E…

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  • Language: Italiano
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Rated 4.89 out of 5 from 175 reviews.