Welcome to your detailed guide for hostels in Collelongo, Italy. You can choose from 1 Collelongo hostels. In total, there are 1 cheap places to stay in Collelongo such as guesthouses and bnbs. Prices start from $9 for a dorm.
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What a great place to be from and then to visit. I still have several first, second, and third cousins who greet us with open arms every time one of us shows up. Complete strangers are also so friendly -- it's like everyone is family.
Francesco Guanciale (deceased-10/24/08)
My father and I just came back from a tour of Italy. Venice, Padua, Pisa, Assisi, Perugia, Florence, and Rome, those places were wonderful but what I found to be one of the most enchanting, warm, and beautiful places on our whole trip was Collelongo. My father and I were extremely impressed with the fine hospitality, the company, the family and the food. The surrounding mountains are breathtaking and the old style charm of everything was well taken. Now, I can really see why people do go back to Collelongo for a visit. I know one thing, I definitely will be going back, hopefully soon.
Joseph T. Corradi
How can you not fall in love with a town that is rich in history, culture, and community! Along side that, the scenery is unlike anything you will find in North America! I love visting Collelongo and my parents (who were born there) are addicted! Once you step foot in the town, you become a part of it. Can't wait to go back!
Tanya - Toronto, Canada
I visited Collelongo in 1972 with my two girlfriends. The scenery was that out of a movie, with rolling green hillsides everywhere, the gossipy old lady sheep herder, old cobblestone streets and architecture, the bakery (the best!), the butcher, a gelato on a warm summer night and italian music -- like a little Disneyland (short of plumbing those days). The people were absolutely the warmest I've met in the world. We made great friends. Collelongo, on top for best memories.
Dawn Karen Roberts
My grandfather, Luigi Guanciale and his brother Carmine immigrated from Collelongo to Syracuse, NY when they were in their late teens. I've visited almost every year for the past 12 years, and I'll be going there in June. It's a beautiful little corner of the world, where the people are truly "forte e gentile."
I had the pleasure of visiting Collelongo in 1987 and 1989 and also marrying Rocco Cesile's (formely of Collelongo) daughter, Maria Rosaria - that is my connection with Collelongo! What an absolutely amazing township. The mountains, scenery, the architecture, old streets, and best of all the friendly people. As a photographer I captured many of the townfolk and I especially recorded the festival of St. Antonio Abate - one of the best festivals I have ever experienced. Maria and I will be back to visit this wonderful place soon and catch up with friends and family.
Dominic Romeo - Mt.Macedon, Australia
I will be visiting Collelongo this winter again to enjoy the winter festivities of St. Antonio and I hope some of you will meet me there for the "17th of January '03". Believe me, this is something to experience as it compares very much to the summer festivities of St. Rocco and then some, with the three great 20 foot "Fired Up Torchons" lit up all week long across the whole town. And the lightings all along those tiny streets, and the famous all night processions and sing alongs that go back and fourth from "a monte e a balle". I had the opportunity to experience this a few years back with my wife Franceen and we both loved the harmony and warm welcome from friends and family who are as always very intimate especially at that time of year. Hope to meeting a long lost Paesan there. Ciao.
Tom Forlini, Montreal, Canada
In the words of Dante, the Collelonghese are truly "forte e gentile". As I continue to meet decendents of these proud people across the USA, I am amazed at the contributions which this small town has made to Americian society. In my many journeys to Collelongo over the past forty years I have always been greeted with warm hospitality not only by family but by strangers as well. Visit and you won't be disappointed.
Can any place in the world be more beautiful, peaceful, relaxing, and exciting all at the same time!
Bob & Marilyn Abruzzi
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