This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Collescipoli.
Collescipoli, Umbria, Italy, belongs to the municipality of Terni in central Italy. Terni has around one hundred eleven thousand inhabitants and belongs to the region of Umbria; in comparison to this, only around five hundred people live in the village of Collescipoli. If you travel from abroad, the easiest option is a flight to Rome -- check out the flights to Fimuncino, the biggest international airport in the region. An alternative option is Aeroporto di Roma Ciampino, the second international airport of the capital. However, Ciampino is used by way less passengers and less flight links are offered. There are trains and buses connecting the airports to Collescipoli, and the journey time is around three hours.
The history of Terni can be traced back to the seventh century BC. The city gained importance during the Roman empire due to its geographic location at an important road link between Rome and the Adriatic Sea. Termi boasts interesting sights from the Roman empire. Check out the local amphitheatre and the old Roman Gate Porta Sant'Angelo. History and architecture lovers can stroll around the history centre of Collescipoli. There are many well-preserved buildings from the middle ages. It gives you a lively impression what life must have been like in the region at that time. The village offers numerous worth-seeing churches such as Chiesa di St. Stefano, built in the eleventh century, and Collegiata di St. Maria Maggiore from the sixteenth century.
During the summer, the average maximum temperatures range from twenty-three to twenty-nine degrees Celsius. During that period, you can expect only around five rainy days per month in the area of Collescipoli. The winter is comparatively mild; the maximum temperatures usually range from ten to twelve degrees Celsius.
In the small village of Collescipoli, you can find a couple of options to sleep. There are some bed-and-breakfasts and you can also book a Collescipoli, Umbria, Italy hostel at present. For a greater supply of hotels and guesthouses, check out Terni, which is only five kilometres away. However, Terni does not offer any hostels at the moment. Therefore, Collescipoli is the best option for backpackers who prefer the hostel life and want to save some money.
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