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Completely refurbished bright 2 bedrooms fully furnished 95 square meters flat in the historical center of a beautiful town, Trevi. Very close from Montefalco, Assisi, Foligno or Spoleto, 40m from …

Completely refurbished bright 2 bedrooms fully furnished 95 square meters flat in the historical center of a beautiful town, Trevi. Very close from Montefalco, Assisi, Foligno or Spoleto, 40m from Orvieto or Perugia, 1h from Gubbio, There is a beautiful large public pool with parasols and deckchairs less than 15m walk from the flat. We provide bed linings, 2 towels per person and 3 dish-towels. We propose internet access through a satellite key.

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  • 4. • 95m² 2 rooms flat completely refurbished with flair in 2013 (on 2 floors including 85m² for the living part on the 1st floor) • Rented completely furnished & equiped (bed linings & towels included) • Ideal for up to 4 persons • Bright, airy, calm, panoramic view, close to shops & excellent affordable restaurants • In the classified historical center of a charming small medieval town called Trevi, founded in the 12th century known all over the world for its excellent olive oil. • In a region with medieval accents and with the opportunity to do a lot of activities around gastronomy, wine, art, music and religion • Easily accessible (by car or low cost airline) 4
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  • 14. 1 Renovated to the 2013 standards (new in a very old structure) 2 Completely equipped in furniture & accesories (candlestick, sommelier set, cocktail set, plates for service, braid, aso) 3 High standing (indonesian cupboard, large armchair, shower for 2, suspended toilets, design chairs, cupboards and shelves) 4 Practical (table which lengthens, dishwasher, 7‐function oven, 2 WC, separable beds when needed) 5 Close from local shops and restaurants at democratic price 6 Beautiful swimming pool (with slides and leisure area less than 15min by walking distance/5min by car) 7 Attractive offer for the launch 8 9 At the heart of beautiful and reputated italian province Umbria (Assisi, Montefalco, Bevagna, Spello, Foligno, Spoleto, Perugia, Gubbio, Todi, Orvieto, Norcia aso) Technology friendly (109cm plasma screen, DVD player, micro‐hifi system with USB key & wifi & 4 wifi avec 4 speakers) 10 Easy access (Perugia/Assisi airport <30min) & accessible via low cost airlines
  • 15. The Rates Let’s go into the heart of it… 15
  • 16. Price per Introductory Price per night Offer week High season Mid season Low season 105 € 89 € 79 € 95 € 79 € 69 € Inroductory offre per week 625 € 565 € 530 € 470 € 470 € 411 € Conditions • • • Minimum stay: 3 nights Contract: signed at booking Payment: 50% at booking and 50% 2 month before the arrival (if the total amount is not paid 2  weeks before the arrival, the booking will be cancelled) • • Cancellation: 90% reimbursed if cancelled minimum 2 months in advance, 50% if  cancelled at least 1 month in advance. Season: – – – Full season: from the first Saturday of July to the last  Sunday of August. Mid‐season: from the first Saturday of May until the  first Saturday of July and from the last Sunday of  August to the last Saturday of September. Low season: from the last Saturday of September to  the first Saturday of May (Eastern included). Contact: daniel@dc‐advisory.com 16
  • 17. Included Not Included The rent • Cleaning (30eur) Bed sheets • Additional hand towels (10eur per set) 3 dish towels 2 hand towels per head • The internet key (caution 30€) (50x100 & 70x140) • The heating in the  • A surprise upon arrival winter (5eur/day) • A reduction coupon on  • Local artisanal foods &  local products (‐10% on  wines (www.vinsetterroir.com) • • • • vinsetterroir.com) Contact: daniel@dc‐advisory.com 17
  • 18. View of Assisi at 28km, 20min from Trevi 18
  • 19. • Umbria is called the green heart of the Italian Peninsula • Between Tuscany (North‐West direction), the Marches (North East), Lazio (South‐West) and the Abbruzzio (South‐East) • Reputated for its landscapes, its numerous points of interests, its gastronomy, its medieval architecture and cultulre and its beautiful weather. 19
  • 20. Montefalco: Foligno: Spello: Spoleto: Bevagna: Assisi: Todi: Torgiano Perugia: Terni: Cascata d. Marmore Gubbio: Lago di Trasimeno Orvieto: 11km (15m) 13km (15m) 19km (20m) 19km (20m) 23km (20m) 28km (20m) 42km (50m) 42km (40m) 47km (45m) 50km (50m) 59km (1h00) 72km (1h00) 73km (1h00) 90km (1h40) 20
  • 21. Toscana Lazio Mer: Haute montagne: Firenze: Montalcino: Roma: Civitanova (méditérannée) Civitavecchia (tyrrhénienne) Toscana (tyrrhénienne) Cascia: Norcia: Pettino: 190km (2h20) 150km (2h00) 160km (2h10) 180km (2h00) 170km (2h20) 190km (2h10) 67km (1h00) 54km (55m) 22km (25m) 21
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  • 23. • The closest airport: Perugia airport accessible with Ryanair from London Stansted or Bruxelles‐Charleroi • The most accessible airport: Rome (both airports) are at 1h40 by car or train Airports (aeroporto): Ancona: Assisi/Perugia: Pescara: Rimini: Roma (CIA): Roma (FIU): Pisa: 139km (1h45) 39km (35m) 200km (2h20) 190km (2h10) 162km (2h00) 177km (2h10) 200km (2h10) 23
  • 24. Airports (aeroporto): Ancona: Assisi/Perugia: Pescara: Rimini: Roma (CIA): Roma (FIU): Pisa: 139km (1h45) 39km (35m) 200km (2h20) 190km (2h10) 162km (2h00) 177km (2h10) 200km (2h10) Ryanair.com: Cityjet.com: Airberlin.com: Airlines (low cost): Meridiana.it: Tuifly.com: Easyjet.com: Vueling.com: Germanwings: REMARK: Traditional airlines fly through Rome Ancona Perugia Pescara Pisa Roma Firenze Rimini Firenze Roma Firenze Rimini Pisa Rimini Pisa Roma Firenze Pisa Roma Firenze Pisa Roma 24
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  • 40. • • • • JANUARY  Processionne de l’Illumintata ‐ procession in the historical  center of the old town that exists for more than 8 centuries in the honor of  the martyr San Emiliano, the city protector (end of January). JANUARY Festa del Patrono S. Emiliano – celebration in the honour of  San Emiliono the Sunday following the procession. JULY & AUGUST Trevi in Festa ‐ concerts and expositions in the city  during the whole Summer. Program available in the city center. OCTOBER  Paglio Terzieri ‐ The blaze of glory of a full month of  celebration, reputated race where 3 tanks compete in the historical center  (first Sunday of October) 40
  • 41. • • • • • OCTOBER Taverne – Traditional local catering proposed in temporarily tavern by the three areas of the city. A great atmosphere and delicious food. OCTOBER Mercato del Sedano Nero di Trevi – traditional market dedicated to the black celery on the third Sunday of the month. OCTOBER Sagra della Salsiccia – celebration organized in parallel of the black celery market with public entertainment (more than 300 walk‐on in period costum OCTOBER Festivol – fourth week end of October, Olive oil, art, music and taste buds… NOVEMBER Frantoio Aperti – local olive oil producers open their doors early November to share their new harvest. 41
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  • 43. • Festival della Bruschetta a Spello – a festival around these delicious and traditional grilled, garnished slices of bread. • Festival del Tartufo Nero a Norcia – Festival in Norcia that is reputated for its delicatesses and precious black truffles. 43
  • 44. • Primavera Medievale a Bevagna: Celebration that commemorate the Middle‐Age with one of the oldest parade of Italy (14th century). • Vino in Piazza a Montefalco: a large tasting of local wines organized in the heart of the old town. • Festa di San Marco (end of April): Fireworks on Prèpo’s hills, can be seeen from the historical centre of Perugia 44
  • 45. • Calendimaggio a Assisi: a reputated festival in the center of the old town where Middle‐Age lifestyle is back. • La Corsa dei Ceri a Gubbio: the candle race is a traditional and spectacular race that exists since the 15th century. • Flowers Festival in Perugia: a flower and plant market in Giardini del Frontone . 45
  • 46. • Cantine Aperte a Montefalco: the last week end of May, a full day where the local producers cellars are open. • Wines of the World a Spoleto (May/June): a wine festival with tasting, debates and conference around the world of wine. • Gemelle in piazza: a market where the sister cities of Perugia present their products (Bratislava, Tübingen, Potsdam, Aix en Provence, Seattle, Grand Rapids) 46
  • 47. • Il Mercato delle Gaite à Bevagna: a marlet that commemorate the life during the Middle‐Age aournd a lot of activities including traditional meals and an archery competition. • Dancity Festival a Foligno: end of June/early July, a festival around dance music. There are also concerts organized over the rest of the year. 47
  • 48. • Il Festival dei Due Mondi: renowed festival of Spoleto that lasts from mid‐June to mid‐July around opera, music, danse and theatre. More than 120 shows in the whole city. Unmissable. 48
  • 49. • Giosta Della Quintana à Foligno: an important celebration that exists since the 17th century where the various areas of the city fighted historically. Two stages, one in July & one in September. Middle‐Age, gastronomy and local products are celebrated. 49
  • 50. • Antifestival a Cannaiola: Alternative music festival (rock), end of June/early July. Free concerts every day. Possibility to dine in. • Festa della Trebbiatura a Cannaiola: traditional celebration over ten days early July with inexpensive meals, free live dancing music concerts and other activities including a tractor exhibition. Ideal for families. • Festa a San Luca: The day following the last of Cannaiola, San Luca celebration starts ith the with the same ingredients. 50
  • 51. • Ben ‐ Essere a Torgiano (early July): sports festival with numerous activities and competitions over 10 days. • Umbria Jazz: an international renowed Jazz festival that have been in existence for more than 40 years. A combination of free and paying concerts in the whole city for almost two weeks early July. 51
  • 52. • Gubbio Summer Festival – classic music festival on ten days or so with numerous concerts in the whole city. • Corsa della barrica a Gualdo Tadino – Traditional race during which a 6 ton barrel is pushed by teams of 20 mens. Full week‐end of celebrations (end of July/early August). • Trasimeno Blues Festival (end of July) – almost two weeks of concerts and events around blues. 52
  • 53. • Festival de San Rufino a Assisi – Solemn liturgies in the San Rufino cathedral in Assisi. • Festival de Santa Chiara a Assisi – Concerts of Holy music in the Santa Chiara church in Assisi. • Umbrian Festival Folk in Orvieto – Music, danse, gastronomy and local and foreign handycrafts. 53
  • 54. • Fuga del Bove a Montefalco – a traditional race from the 15th century where each town area is represented by a bull directed by a brave team. 54
  • 55. • Agosto à Montefalco – Folk and cultural celebrations • Festival of Baroque signs in Foligno – concerts, expositions, parades in costumes, exhibition of old weapons, theatre and movie entertainment • Festival dei Primi d’Italia a Foligno – gastronomical festival around “primi piati” (pasta and others) in septembre. 55
  • 56. • Giocchi delle porte a Gualda Tadino – a series of Middle‐Age sport tests over 3 days (end of sept.) where the city’s areas fight, Middle‐Age celebrations all around. • Festa dell’Uva a S. Elena di Marsciano – A well‐known wine fair. • Palio delle porte a Gualdo Tadino – Donkey race during Middle‐Age celebrations. • Sagra della Vigna a Montefalco – celebrations around vines and wines. 56
  • 57. • Festival dell’Arte di Todi (Sept.) • Sagra di Patate Rosse a Foligno (Sept.) – celebrations and meas around the red potato • Chiara di Dio a Assisi (Sept./Oct.) – an extraordinary theatrical representation around scene of love, devotion and humanity. 57
  • 58. • Orvieto con Gusto a Orvieto – Seven days to celebrate wine and gastronomical traditions (Sept./Oct). • Art in The city a Perugia (Sept/Oct) – Art exhibition in the streets of the city. • Festa del Voto a Assisi – Commémorations of the miracle of Santa Chiara who stopped the Sarasins’ attack in 1241. 58
  • 59. • San Francesco a Assisi – National celebrations of San Francesco d’Assisi in October. • Cavalcata di Satriano a Assisi – Historical and religious commemoration of San Francesco’s convertion. • Eurochocolate a Perugia – The city gets full of chocolate stands for the pleasure of the visitors. • Mostra Mercato del Tartufo Bianco ‐ Exposition/ white truffle market in Gubbio. 59
  • 60. • Chestnut Festival in Avigliano (Oct.) • Sagra di Tartufo e Patate a Pietralungo – celebrations and meals around truffles and white potatoes in Pietralungo (Oct.). • Corciano Castello di Vino (Oct.) & Bianco D’assagio Vini Italia (Nov.) – Italian wine tasting a Corciano. • Mercato di Tartufo in Fabro – truffle market in Fabro. 60
  • 61. • Festival of Truffles and other Products coming from the forst in (Nov.). • San Martino’s Festival in Sigillo – Local wines and chestnut are celebrated (Nov.). • Antichita a Perugia – the most important antiques fair in Perugia (Nov.) • Sagra del’Olio in Monticchio – Olive oil celebrations 61
  • 62. • Winter Umbria Jazz a Orvieto – the winter version of the famous festival • Albero di Natale Piu Grande del Mondo a Gubbio – the biggest Christmas Tree in the world in Gubbio • Li Faoni a Norcia – bells festival and Christman atmosphere around. • Live nativity scenes in Foligno • National Agritourist Festival in Assisi • Pasta Festival in Spoleto – Pasta festival. 62
  • 63. • Festa de S. Nicholas à Bevagna • Sagre de l’Olio a Paciano – celebrations of the Olive oil a Paciano over the first 10 days of December. • Mercatino delle Strenne – a Christmas market in Perugia. • Natale al «Borgobello» Christmas atmos‐ phere and shop in the Porta San Pietro area. 63
  • 64. Contact us: Email: daniel@dc‐advisory.com Tel:/SMS: +352 691 122 121 64
  • 65. We created a brand of artisanal products and work exclusively with local producers. We propose a selection of local wines and products at friendly prices (‐10% on the products) if ordered before your stay. 65
  • 66. • • • • http://www.flickr.com/photos/treviturismo/ http://www.todoinumbria.com/ http://www.umbriantravel.com/ http://www.comune.trevi.pg.it/ 66