Beautiful apartment in an elegant area, 5 minutes walking from Vatican Museums and San Peter Church.
2 minutes walking from the Metro Station OTTAVIANO or LEPANTO
Fully equipped with wifi/tv all channels/air conditioning.
Has 1 double-bed and 1 sofà that became a comfortable double bed.
Next to the most important shopping roman street Via Cola Di Rienzo reachable by walk in a few minutes.
Ideal starting point to discover the city.
The location is quiet and classy. Yet walking 2-5 minutes towards whatever direction you will find hustles and bustles with plenty of cafeterias/restaurants, food stores, and different kinds of shops. Vatican is within 5-10 minutes walking distance
what the guest said:
Situated 10 minutes from the Vatican, this apartment is on a very quiet street and in an excellent, vibrant neighborhood. There is a wonderful bakery (Compagnia del Pane) on the corner that serves delicious croissants and pastries - we will find yourselfes there on most mornings. The apartment itself is spacious, clean and provided you with everything you need. There was ample closet space, a large refrigerator and kitchenette. The bathroom is adequate for our needs -The tenants of the building are quiet and the apartment is accessed through a hall that has doors to 3 additional apartments . This is less than a block from the metro stations, bus stations and taxi pickup. Absolutely recommend this space - a great place to stay to see and explore Rome!
The apartment is designed as an elegant suite equipped with retractable kitchen- living area and a walk-in closet and a beautiful bathroom with bath, the suite is located in an apartment who has a long corridor connecting other three suites, ideal for this for friends or a big family with adult chilldren who would like to stay together and at the same time have their own independence.
here below the example of another suite located inside this apartment composed of 4 little cozy and elegant suites:
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Fiumicino 40 km, Nearest railway: Termini 6 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Cooker, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
The regiorn lazion is among the most 'different for the transition from the countryside to the hills and from the sea to the mountains, is the complete expression of nature, where everything you can' see. In this region there's not only Rome despite being beautiful, but tourists often neglect to see those places outside Rome where, instead, the same as locals like to spend their free time in their enchanting surroundings of the region Lazio
The main roads of the district are via Cola di Rienzo, one of the main shopping streets of Rome, and the straight road that connects Piazza Cavour Piazza Mazzini ( the latter in the neighborhood Of Victory ): they intersect in the square Cola di Rienzo.
The first part comes from piazza Risorgimento and the Tiber , its continuation leading to the Piazza del Popolo , it focuses upon himself the commercial life of the district , along with Via Ottaviano and Via Pompeo Magno and part of Avenue Julius Caesar. Between the latter and the Avenue of the Militia are the three barracks of the Army and the Police and the Civil Court of Rome placed in another former barracks , while in Piazza Cavour is the aforementioned Hall of Justice , seat of the Court of the Supreme Court, but always known to the Romans as Palazzaccio .
Via Crescentius connects Piazza Cavour to Piazza del Risorgimento .
On the Tiber run the lungoteveri Michelangelo and Mellini, and the district is connected by bridge to the left bank Pietro Nenni , Queen Margaret (1891), Cavour and Umberto I (1895) .
The line A of the underground city through the Prati district for a long stretch , stopping at stations Lepanto ( at the intersection with Viale Giulio Cesare and Via Lepanto via column ) and Ottaviano - San Pietro - Vatican Museums ( at the intersection of Avenue Julius Caesar with via Ottaviano and Via Barletta ) .