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Terni, Terni, Italy
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Garden Hotel
7.9 Good
Viale Bramante 4, Terni, Terni, Italy
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1.2 km from city centre, Terni, Terni, Italy 
GoodBased on 322 reviews
7.9

Garden Hotel Terni provides a comfortable setting while in Terni. It also offers an outdoor pool, a sauna and an express check-in and check-out feature.

Hotel De Paris
7.4 Good
Via Della Stazione, 52, Terni, Terni, Italy
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1.3 km from city centre, Terni, Terni, Italy 
GoodBased on 786 reviews
7.4

Hotel De Paris Terni is located in Terni and features free Wi-Fi. This elegant hotel is a convenient base for discovering local vineyards as it is set in the Umbria Wine Region.

Vallantica Resort & Spa
8.8 Excellent
Strada di Vallantica, 280, Terni, Terni, Italy
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6.8 km from city centre, Terni, Terni, Italy 
ExcellentBased on 260 reviews
8.8

Situated in Terni, Vallantica Resort & Spa offers 4-star accommodation, as well as a sauna, an outdoor pool and a Turkish steam bath. It provides complimentary Wi-Fi, a sun deck and a playground.

Classic Hotel Tulipano
7.4 Good
Via Carlo Alberto Dalla Chiesa 24, Terni, Terni, Italy
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1.8 km from city centre, Terni, Terni, Italy 
GoodBased on 460 reviews
7.4

Classic Hotel Tulipano is located in Terni and offers free Wi-Fi. This modern hotel is an ideal choice for discovering the local vineyards as it is set in the Umbria Wine Region.

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About Terni

The birthplace of Saint Valentine, Terni is celebrated as the “City of Lovers”. Located 104 kilometres northeast of Rome, the city still retains relics from its early Roman history, along with churches and cathedrals from the Baroque and Renaissance periods. In recent centuries Terni has become an industrial city, creating an intriguing clash of styles between old-world charm and contemporary design.

Saint Valentine became a bishop in Terni, and his remains are preserved in the San Valentino Basilica, the city's most popular tourist attraction. Other historical landmarks include the chapel of the Church of St. Francis, the Church of St. Salvatore, and the baroque Terni Cathedral. Memories of a more distant history are found at the Roman amphitheatre, which lays in ruins but evokes the scale of its 10,000-capacity design. All these sights are located in the old part of the city, which is the primary visitor focus. Industrial sites are dotted across the outskirts. Just beyond the city boundary are Cascate delle Marmore, 165-metre-high waterfalls that gush between forested canyon walls. They look natural but were built by the Romans almost 2,000 years ago.

It takes just over an hour to travel between Rome and Terni by train, with direct services departing from Rome-Termini station. Perugia is the closest airport although there are far more flights landing at Rome Ciampino and Rome Fiumicino.

Saint Valentine became a martyr during the Rome persecutions in AD270 when he died on February 14th. He was mostly anonymous on the Christian calendar until his identity was revived as a day for celebrating romance and devotion.

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  • What are the best hotels in Terni?

    Hotel De Paris is a very popular hotel in Terni, with a score of 7.4 from 786 reviews. Asso Residence (8.6 from 1,214 reviews) and Hotel Michelangelo Palace (7.8 from 472 reviews) are also highly rated Terni hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.