Our apartment is right in the centre of the village just few steps from the main square and the sea! Enjoy yourself on the private balcony with the view and a chilled glass of white wine of Vernazza!
The apartment is located in the centre of the village, has a private balcony with table and chairs where to enjoy the sunset over Vernazza , the room is in a quiet back street. Has plenty of sunlight. the apartment can host 2 or more guests, there are 2 bedrooms with king sized beds. We have WI-FI. In the village there are restaurants and bars, all the other shops as grocery store, the baker and the bank are open. restaurants bars and wine shops are already open for business. it would be better for you to arrive to the village by train as there is no parking for tourists, you can leave the car in Levanto or La Spezia, the train takes you to Vernazza in 10, or 20 minutes. I do come and pick up my guests at the train station and take them up to the room you have just to keep in touch and let me know on which train you will be sitting on, there are trains averagely every hour. There is no kitchen, glasses mugs and kettle are provided, we have some tea , for more tools like cutlery ask and it will be provided.
there is a fan in the apartment , but the flat has a natural breeze running through the flat keeping it fresh also in summer. the apartment is facing north.
In 2015 an accommodation tax has been put in place by the town hall. The tax is 1 € for each person each night till the third night.
the collected money goes to recover and keep open the paths that lead to the terraces
I do make an excursus through the village when taking my guests to the apartment
check in after 2 pm
I'm italian and austrian, I've lived in Austria ,Spain, England and Ukraine, I do speak english austrian and spanish, I'm trying to learn russian, which I hope will be my next destination. I'm a video and performance artist. I spend my days reading watching weird movies , listen to music, browse internet for informations related to my interests. I love to see my friends where ever they might be around the world. I like to sip Latte macchiato at the bar for several hours enjoying a book. My family has been living in Vernazza ever since the fall of the Byzantine empire, when Genovese citizens had to move out from Constantinople.