Velez Apartments, like a bed and breakfast but with the comfort of a holiday apartment-home in Cisanello Daily and weekly rentals
of single-family apartments located in Pisa near of the Cisanello Hospital in a quiet and comfortable position.
The rooms are tastefully furnished and are composed as follows: living room, double bedroom, fully equipped kitchenette, bathroom and terrace.
They are also all equipped with lift, television, washing machine and refrigerator, air conditioning, shared parking space. Wi Fi on request
for a fee. In the panorama of bed and breakfasts, hotels, guest houses and holiday homes in Cisanello Pisa, the Velez apartments offer
an economical but valuable solution for the care and attention to cleaning, convenience and comfort. Self-catering apartments
equipped with dishes and accessories
Air conditioning and central heating
Elevator, refrigerator, washing machine
Condominium parking space
Wi-Fi on request for a fee.
Price per apartment: 1 person € 55 - 2 people € 60 - 3 people € 75 - 4 people € 90 . Plus tourist tax
Location: the apartments - holiday homes are located a few meters from the Cisanello Hospital, a few minutes by bus from the center of Pisa, from the Station, the Airport, the Palazzo dei Congressi, CNR and the Ospedaletto Exhibition Center. They are apartments and cheap accommodation just a few meters from the hospital for sleeping in Pisa. The proximity to the hospital makes the apartments ideal for those who have to go to Pisa for visits or admissions to the hospital which boasts prestigious departments such as endocrinology and thyroid departments. For those looking for a hotel in Pisa in the Cisanello area, a holiday home or a B&B near the hospital, you can come and visit us and see the functionality and comfort of our apartments.
Renovated apartments with all comforts in an ideal location near the center of Pisa, the Palazzo dei Congressi and the CNR
Pisa is a city full of monuments, churches and museums to visit. The surroundings of the city also offer many artistic, landscape and cultural ideas. Having Pisa as a base allows you to see with serenity and in an economic way also the cities of Florence, Lucca, Pietrasanta, the Cinque Terre.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is the most important monument in Piazza del Duomo. Built between the 12th and 14th centuries, designed by Diotisalvi, together with the Baptistery. The Cathedral of Pisa, dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta, is an example of Pisan Romanesque art with influences of Norman, Byzantine, early Christian and Arab art. Its construction began in 1064. The Baptistery of Pisa. Its construction, begun in 1153, is the work of the architect Diotisalvi. The Monumental Cemetery of Pisa seems to be a sacred place because the crusaders brought here the holy land taken from Mount Golgotha. Authoritative figures from Pisan history are buried there. In the Lungarni there are important buildings dating back to the Middle Ages: Palazzo dei Medici, Palazzo Toscanelli and the Church of San Matteo. The National Museum of San Matteo in Pisa collects works from the main ecclesiastical buildings of the city from the early Middle Ages to the sixteenth century. The Sinopiefu Museum built in 1257 by John of Simon. Most of the sinopias on display come from the Monumental Cemetery. The Church of the Spina originates from a small oratory built on the edge of the Arno in 1230 and took the name "della Spina" when the relic of a thorn from Christ's crown was placed inside it in 1333.In 1871 it was dismantled and rebuilt higher up to avoid flooding and damage by the Arno
Gioco del ponte The Gioco del Ponte is a historical festival, which takes place every year on the last Saturday of June on the Ponte di Mezzo in Pisa. Before the challenge between the districts of Mezzogiorno and Tramontana (pushing a trolley on rails towards the side of the opponent's bridge) the historical procession in Spanish sixteenth-century style takes place The evocative illumination of San Ranieri takes place every year on the evening of June 16. The luminaria is a historical event as part of the Pisan June. According to an ancient tradition, Pisa celebrates with this unique wax lighting of all the palaces of the central area that runs along the Arno river, the feast of the patron saint San Ranieri on June 17, in the evening. Historical regatta of the Maritime Republics The historical regatta of the Maritime Republics is a sporting event, established in 1955, with the aim of recalling the war exploits and the rivalry of the most famous Italian Maritime Republics: Amalfi, Pisa, Genoa and Venice. During this regatta, four rowing crews, representing each of the Maritime Republics, compete against each other, after the historical parade. Between late May and early July every 4 years
Le 5 terre e le cave di marmo di Carrara