The picturesque Via San Lazzo, named after the characteristic small Romanesque church, winds along the massive Medieval walls surrounding the Etruscan town of Castiglion Fiorentino, once entered Porta Romana. Casa San Lazzo rises at the middle of the alley characterised by flowers and plants that adorn every window and door. Two beautiful inner staircases valued, just like any other room, by the recent renovation that revealed the wooden beams and stone walls dating back to the 14th century, lead to the first and second floor. The furnishment wisely melt comfort, refinement and functionality thanks to pieces of solid wood made by Italian craftsmen. The building is composed of 2 double bedrooms and 1 single bedroom, 2 fully equipped kitchen, 3 bathrooms with shower and 2 sitting rooms: one with the characteristic fireplace of stone, the other one enriched by a small balcony overlooking the valley and allowing the gaze, in the clearer days, to wander around the valley up to the Trasimeno Lake. The living area on the second floor is embellished by a pretty mezzanine. At short distance from the historic centre, but in peaceful position sheltered by the walls, the apartment is ideal to spend relaxing moments in the heart of Tuscany and to visit the several art cities.