Mamma Mia, Airbnb Italy! One of the richest countries in the world regarding history, culture, and just plain amazing sites to visit, Italy is a consistent bucket list destination. From the vineyards in Tuscany, the history of Florence, the ancient streets in Rome, the laid-back nature of Southern Italy, the gorgeous Cinque Terre, and the romantic canals in Venice, the country has something for every traveler and something for every taste. Exploring the wonders of Italy would take a lifetime. However, there are must-dos in Italy that we should all cover, like taking in its art and culture, visiting its beautiful beaches and majestic mountains to ski, live the fashion, indulge in its great gastronomy, and connect with its wonderful and friendly people. With these seven amazing Airbnbs in Italy, you’ll get a pretty good idea of the wonders Italy has to offer.
Sunny Picture-Perfect Organic Farmhouse, Montaione
The countryside of Tuscany is a place where you can easily get lost and before you know it you’ll want to stay forever. Sitting in a large forest, this farmhouse is a setting that will inspire you to enjoy life’s details and breath in all the tranquility and quietness that surrounds you. Share life in a Tuscan working farm with all the comfort and amenities to make your stay unforgettable. A large open kitchen-living room and comfy beds in spacious bedrooms, along with friendly staff, are sure to make you feel at home.
Artistic Treehouse Surrounded by Pine Trees, Firenze
Trapped by the enchantment of the Tuscan country, it’s impossible to resist the temptation of this amazing treehouse. Just fifteen minutes from the city of Florence, you’ll find this property surrounded by olive and pine trees. Inside there’s everything you’d expect for a comfortable stay, like the kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, bedroom with a comfy queen-sized bed, and a lovely terrace with an excellent view of the Tuscan countryside and the beautiful monastery of Certosa. Enjoy the artsy Santo Spirito district of Florence and then retire to your own private treehouse.
Modern Loft by the Colosseum, Rome
The region of Lazio is home to some of the most beautiful places in Italy, and that, of course, includes Rome. With its ancient monuments and historic buildings, it gets mixed with modernity on every other corner; and one fine example of this mix is this modern loft right next to the Colosseum. A bright space in an elegant building, this apartment has all you’ll ever need for a perfect stay in Rome, including an excellent location close to the Termini train station, bars, shops, and did we mention the Colosseum?
The Artist’s Flying Home, Milan
Right by the Naviglio Grande canal in Milan, enter a house that will surprise you multiple times every day. The first thing you’ll notice is an elegant system of pulleys that control the height of your bed and the access to ping-pong balls that can be used on the ping pong table/dining room table. This is followed by the elegant minimalistic design of the rest of the apartment and top it off with the enchanting views of the canal. Add to all this the incredible places to see in the city and finish up with a great Italian meal and some wine by the canal and you might never want to leave.
Romantic Venetian Loft at the Canal, Venice
Climbing up to the second floor of a 16th-century Venetian Palace should be enough to feel the magic, but then enter this gorgeous loft and fall in love right then and there. Fully restored and featuring a private water entrance and an internal courtyard with a lift, this apartment in the Castello Sestiere is very quiet and stays off the massively touristic areas of Venice but is still close to everything; including local restaurants, Saint Marc’s Cathedral, the Doge’s Palace, the Riva Degli Schiavoni waterfront, the Rialto Bridge, the Biennale Gardens and the Arsenale.
Stylish and Magnificent Countryside House, Sicily
Just 20 miles from the ocean on the magical island of Sicily, this country house is reminiscent of classic Italian-set movies. With a large kitchen and three bedrooms, there’s room for everyone. The house has a nice veranda and a huge garden to enjoy and relax. Additionally, stroll to the town of Canicatti and you’ll find bars, supermarkets, pizzerias, restaurants, banks, a railway station and all the charm of Sicilians.
Casa Dinosauro by The Beach, Piombino
Even Fred Flintstone and all the town of Bedrock would be jealous of this incredible house. The interior of this home is as exciting and original as its exterior, but top all that with being less than a football field from the beautiful Piombino beach in the coastal region of Tuscany. Complete with four bedrooms, a full kitchen, and all the necessary equipment, you will be living inside the design of none other than Tuscan architect Georgina who built the structure in the same technique as the Guggenheim museum. Enjoy all the activities offered by the surrounding spots and then chill inside a designer-built dinosaur house.