Holidays to Corso Italia
Thinking about packing your bags and heading off to Italy? Why not give Corso Italia a go? A real gem of a place, it’s one of the best spots in Pisa for a holiday.
But before you set about purchasing your shiny new holiday wardrobe, you’ve got a few decisions to make – like when to go and where to stay. Most people head off to Corso Italia in October and stick around for 2 nights. Not many people visit in December, though, so it can be a good choice if you want to bag yourself a bargain. So, whatever your budget, we can certainly sort you a top-notch deal.
When weighing up your options, you might find it helpful to know that most holidaymakers opt to stay in 4-star accommodation, which will set you back around £41.67 a night. However, the cost is usually determined by the quality. If you’re feeling fancy and looking to treat yourself, the average five-star hotel costs around £48, although you might be able to get something closer to £48. Most four-star hotels in Corso Italia work out at £42 a night, with the cheapest option costing £22. But, if you’re willing to kick it at a three-star place, you probably won’t pay much more than £37 a night – and we can even find you somewhere for only £17.
However, if money’s not a huge concern, and you just want to stay somewhere that draws a crowd, Grand Bonanno Hotel, Duomo Hotel, Bologna Hotel, Nh Pisa and Royal Victoria Hotel are the hotels that take top billing.
Now the hotel chat’s out the way, you’ve gotta figure out your flights. Currently, 10 airlines fly direct to Corso Italia, with easyJet, Ryanair and Jet2.
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