Very close to the historic centre though it was tucked up a narrow street and I nearly missed it. The room was very small, clean, basic, with shared facilities which was OK just for an overnight.
I missed the note on the door and walked around all afternoon with my heavy backpack. I returned to find the door still closed. It was only then I saw a notice concerning Booking.com and a number to call. As the person I rang hardly spoke a word of English communication by mobile phone (which they presumed I had), was difficult. However, the lady arrived within minutes. The room had no window. The radiator clicked on and off all night, and the locks on the doors echoed right through the building because of the tiled floors and absolute lack of any soft furnishings to absorb the sound - luckily the hotel was not heavily booked so I managed to sleep.
For people on a touring holiday by car this Pension is impossible to park nearby. The nearest underground car park would work out dearer than the cost of the overnight stay. To overcome this problem there are two solutions. Either check out the situations of the free car parks and walk to the hotel, or use the bus. To start with I arrived in the town, got as near as possible and parked in the underground car park near the market. There is a bus stop right next to the car park and the market. So I decided to follow the No. 1 bus route until I could find an area with free parking - the bus routes are all marked at the bus stops. I then caught the bus into town and reversed the process the next morning. Cost for the bus was about 1.20€ each way. Any parking areas with blue lines are not free.
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