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Holiday houses in Central Italy & holiday apartments in Central Italy

  • Tuscany | Vacation on a country estate
    From USD 491

  • Rome | Trip to the Eternal City
    From USD 558

  • Italy | Houses for group travel
    From USD 1,872

  • ​Florence | Holiday with the Medici
    From USD 504

  • Tuscany | ​Holiday with your own pool
    From USD 588

  • The best properties in Italy
    From USD 300

  • Italy | That certain something
    From USD 420

  • Italy | Bathing fun in the holiday park
    From USD 372

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Book a holiday home in Central Italy

Central Italy contains some of the country’s most famous destinations. Here you’ll find the sweeping vineyards of Tuscany, the beautiful province of Florence, and the staggering history of Rome. More laid back than the north of Italy, more cosmopolitan than the south, central Italy exhibits the very best of this breathtaking country. Book your stay at a holiday home or holiday apartment and discover this varied destination which has cultural sophistication and, in the case of Abruzzo and Umbria, extensive open spaces.

Holiday at your own pace

Rent a holiday home or holiday apartment in Central Italy and you’ll have the whole world waiting to be explored. Visit Rome and explore the ruins, architecture, and museums of one of the world’s great cities, not to mention the headquarters of the Catholic Church, the Vatican. Florence, another Italian gem, is located in Tuscany. On the Tuscan Coast you can enjoy a change of pace from the hustle and bustle of Rome and Florence as you enjoy great countryside and picturesque villages. In Umbria, you can continue the peaceful stay; this region has no major cities, but it does have a beautiful countryside and some of the country’s best small towns, making it perfect for a day spent exploring in the car.

When to rent a holiday home in Central Italy

A holiday apartment or flat in a place like Rome is great at any time of the year, but it does matter when you visit the more rural Tuscany and Umbria. So, generally speaking, the best time to visit Central Italy is in spring or early autumn; this is when the weather is nice and the crowds are fewer. Are you visiting during winter, it’s advisable to take waterproof clothing as heavy downfall can occur.