Big cities, smaller crowds

Rome, Florence, Venice – bathed in sunshine with less tourists!

Florence skyline, Monastery Stays

There’s no hiding from it Рtourist numbers to Italy are undoubtedly down in 2020, for obvious reasons. But as the country recovers from a turbulent few months, attractions are open and the country is showing signs of life. Let Monastery Stays offer some recommendations to help you plan your upcoming summer getaway.

Smaller summer crowds

For those who can make it to Italy this summer, a unique situation awaits. Imagine soaking in the warm Tuscan sun, strolling around Florence, making your way to the awe-inspiring duomo. While a long queue usually awaits to gain access to the cathedral floor, you will instead find much smaller crowds. Similarly in Rome, Venice, Assisi, Milan. Fewer tourists means shorter lines!

Colosseum, Monastery Stays

Staying safe

Of course, there is a reason for the drop in tourist numbers this summer. We have written extensively about our guest houses opening, cities opening attractions and how to best prepare for an upcoming trip. Italy is taking health and safety very seriously and you can rest assured that our guest houses and the attractions you visit are taking all necessary precautions to keep you safe.

Ready, set, go!

So, if you’re thinking of getting away to explore the wonders of Italy this summer, let Monastery Stays guide you. Stay in clean, spacious guest houses in the heart of historic cities. With guest houses and attractions doing all they can to keep you safe, you can move around the country with peace of mind.

Feel free to contact us at any time for assistance, or book your guest houses today!