Located in the very heart of Bologna city centre, the apartment is placed right on the main road of Bologna via dell’Indipendenza.
The chalet offers the first class level accommodation in a typical Tyrolean style in Achenkirch in the heart of the Achensee region.
About the Achensee region:
No matter what the season, the holiday region around Tirol’s largest lake offers a wide range of attractions and activities for all the family. Summer visitors to Lake Achensee are greeted by an atmosphere few would expect to find in this mountainous region: sandy beaches, turquoise water, sailors, windsurfers and large boats carrying holidaymakers across the “Sea of Tirol”, as it is playfully referred to by locals. Thanks to its clear waters and picturesque location between the Karwendel Mountains and the Brandenberg Alps, Lake Achensee has long been a popular destination. Indeed, Austria’s emperors would often come here to escape the heat of the city and cool off in summer. The region is characterised by its diverse landscape. While Wiesing, for example, lies down in the Inntal Valley, 360 vertical metres below the lake, Maurach, Achenkirch, Pertisau and the idyllic village of Steinberg line the shore at the foot of the Rofan Mountains. Visitors will find an extensive network of hiking paths and mountain bike trails criss-crossing the Karwendel Alpine Park and the Rofan Mountains. Five particularly beautiful sections of the Eagle Walk long-distance hiking trail lead through the region. For more information visit www.achensee.com
The chalet is located just a few steps away from the town centre of Mayrhofen immersed in the nature.
About the Mayrhofen-Hippach region:
Mayrhofen is located at 630m in the upper Zillertal, a scenic valley in the heart of Tirol and Austria. Mayrhofen is the “flagship” of Austrian alpine tourism. Here there is no conflict between strong traditions and modern life; similarly between traditional farms and luxury hotels, Zillertal specialties and international cuisine, fun and action or relaxing in unspoilt nature. The striking peaks of the Zillertal Valley and Tux Alps with their three thousand metre summits create a fantastic natural backdrop and stage for numerous outdoor activities, as well as being a welcome haven to enjoy the essential pleasures of rest, relaxation and revitalization. Mayrhofen is the gateway to four subsidiary valleys Mayrhofen where visitors can embark on exciting tours of discovery. They spread out behind Mayrhofen like the fingers of a hand. Thanks to their incredible diversity, everyone will find their own favourite spot and savour the welcoming hospitality of the rustic mountain refuge huts. For more information visit www.mayrhofen.at
Will I be alone at the apartment/chalet?
No, the apartment/chalet will be shared with other bloggers. You will have your own private room, but in case you want to stay with a fellow blogger you can split the room together. You can check in the list that Silvia or Manuela will send you, which bloggers will be your flatmates during your stay at the apartment.
Is smoking allowed at the apartment/chalet?
No, smoking is strictly prohibited inside the apartment/chalet. Smoking is permitted on the balconies or outside the apartment/chalet.
Can I buy and bring my own food in the apartment/chalet?
Yes, in the apartment/chalet there is a kitchen where you can cook on your own.
How much and how often do I have to write (articles, posts, interactions, etc.) and how do you want me to interact with the others?
It’s up to you! We are happy to give you complete freedom and trust. We are sure that you are going to do a great job and we want you to write about what really cares for you and your readers!
What if I need medical service while I’m there at BlogVille?
If needed, medical assistance in Italy and Austria is given in public hospitals and doctor’s offices against a moderate fee. For further information, please read the following official website of the Italian Government and Austrian Government:
Should you feel the need of purchasing a private health insurance, feel free to do so.
Silvia Gagliardi, Emilia Romagna Tourist Board
Manuela Mörtenbäck, Tirol Tourist Board