The Monastery Stays Blog is all about sharing our insights and experiences of this wonderful accommodation choice for your next visit to Italy & Austria!
You can read about Monastery Stays and who we are, as well as regular articles about both the guest houses at which you can book to stay, as well as ideas for your travels.
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Bella l’estate in Italia! Experience Italy at its best – when the weather is warm! When the weather warms up, Italy comes alive. Tourists from all over the world flock to see numerous attractions in all corners of the country, with the beautiful summer weather making these experiences all the more memorable. Temperatures in Italy… Read more »
Exploring the Vatican area – the City within the Eternal City Rome, with all its size, history and grandeur, is an awe-inspiring city. However, as we have covered in a previous post, the main attractions can be found in an area small enough that getting around to all of them is easy! So why not… Read more »
RMWorldTravel – America’s #1 Travel Radio Show reviews Monastery Stays Rudy Maxa’s World Travel discusses all things Monastery Stays Travel writer, broadcaster and global explorer Cash Peters shares his thoughts on staying at a monastery in Rome. What is the experience like? Open to all, bed & breakfast – secure, affordable and ideally located! Get… Read more »
To find convent accommodations, try an aggregator such as Monastery Stays Rick Steves Check out this great article from trusted travel author Rick Steves, highlighting the unique & special cultural experience of Monastery Stays! Amid the tangle of downtown Rome, convents can provide a restful oasis for weary travelers. Photograph credit: Rick Steves …Around Europe, particularly… Read more »
Exploring the Colosseum area of the Eternal City The Italian capital has a population of over two and a half million people, making it one of the largest metropolitan areas in Europe. While Rome is a sprawling city, the area stretching from Vatican City, south-west to the Colosseum is where you will find many of… Read more »