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Large and comfortable apartment on Viale Trastevere a few steps from Trastevere station and well connected to the city center and the districts of Testaccio and Monteverde. Great for families and for an informal holiday in Rome just few minutes from the historic center. Trastevere area is really nice with many restaurants, cafè ,pubs and winebar..if you need any information , please do not hesitate to contact us. You will find 2 bright and quiet bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one en suite with bath and one with shower), a fully equipped kitchen with dining area, living room. The large outdoor area with garden, has two covered areas and partly green. There is a table for outdoor dining and a sitting area with sofas and a nice hammock for your relax! Services: Free Wi-fi, air-conditioning and TV. Linens and towels are provided.
About the Owner
Pat e Ale P
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:September 2016
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$57 / stay
About the neighborhood
Trastevere is one of the most beautiful districts of Rome. Full of narrow streets, restaurants, bars and a vibrant nightlife which enlivens the evening, is a picture of Roman life. It winds through Viale Trasteverea and the main square of Santa Maria in Trastevere. During the day you can run the search you craft shops of clothing, prints, souvenirs entertained by street artists. If you want to observe a magnificent view of Rome at sunset from Trastevere you can climb to the Gianicolo hill overlooking Rome with its magnificent park and its archaeological beauties. Things to see: Piazza Trilussa, Gianicolo Hill, The Botanical Garden, the Porta Portese market.