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Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 4

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Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 15 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

In the Eur's lake area, In a prestigious villa with a beautifull garden, just 5 minutes walking to Metro Line B, with which are easy to reach in 10 minutes the ancient places of Rome and the Termini railway station, FOR RENT 65sqm apartment, newly restructured, you can see from the details and perfect finishing.

The apartment is bright, well furnished with great care, living room with large fully equipped kitchen including appliances, cookware, dishes, cutlery, glasses and cups, tablecloths and napkins.

In the living room there are also 2 single sofa beds for your guests or for your friends, as well as a great holiday solution for couples with 2 children; and there are the furniture of a brightest dining area.

Master bedroom with large comfortable bed with closet in which you can put all your belongings.

Marble bathroom with a large glass shower, truly a spectacle, soap, towels, shower towels and hair dryer.

Big laundry closet including washer and dryer, iron and ironing board, and it is provided also of linens, duvet and blankets.

The Flat has thermo-autonomous heater, and air-conditioned, so it is suitable in the winter months and during the hot summer time.

The apartment is provided with a plasma TV and WIFI Internet connection 24 hours

The flat is fully equipped with everything, so, you do not need to bring anything, except your personal effects.

The garden is a beautiful area where nature lovers can enjoy the green in a very relaxing place.

The peace and tranquility of the neighborhood have been apreciated from the guests who stayed here.

I live in the house next door, so, I will be available for every need of my guests.

For welcoming my guests I'll offer a glass of wine and some basic food for 2 days: fresh fruit, coffee, tea, milk, fruit juices, biscuits and cakes for breakfast; olive oil, garlic, tomato and pasta, to enjoy the lunch zone very bright, eating a good breakfast before going out to visit the "Eternal City", or tasting a delicious plate of spaghetti with tomato and basil when they come back home.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach Ostia - Lido di Roma 15 km
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Bus line COTRAL runs every hour from/to Eur Maglia, Nearest railway: Metro B Eur Palasport to Termini Railway Station
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms
Furniture 2 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Shared garden
Access Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users

The Lazio region


EUR is a residential and business district in Rome, Italy located south of the city centre.

The area was originally chosen in 1930 as the site for the 1942 world's fair which Benito Mussolini planned to open to celebrate twenty years of Fascism, the letters EUR standing for Esposizione Universale Roma.

The project was originally called E42 after the year in which the exhibition was planned to be held. EUR was also designed to direct the expansion of the city towards the south-west and the sea, and to be a new city centre for Rome.

The planned exhibition never took place due to World War II.

The initial project was presented in 1938 under the direction of Marcello Piacentini. The design was inspired, according to the fascist ideology, to Roman Imperial town planning, with modern elements which came from Italian rationalism, the result being a sort of simplified neoclassicism.

The project develops over orthogonal axes and large and stately buildings, built mainly of limestone, tuff and marble, traditional materials associated with Roman Empire architecture.

The most representative building at EUR, and the symbol of this architectural style, is the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana (1938–1943), an iconic project which has since become known as the "Colosseo Quadrato" (Square Colosseum). The building was designed by Giovanni Guerrini, Ernesto Lapadula and Mario Romano, also inspired by Metaphysical art.

Several museums are also present. These comprise the Museo della Civiltà Romana[7] (Roman Culture Museum), the Museo Nazionale dell'Alto Medioevo (National Museum of the Middle Age) and the Museo Nazionale Preistorico Etnografico Luigi Pigorini[8] (Prehistoric Ethnographic Museum). A new planetarium, connected to the Astronomy Museum, opened in 2004

MUSEUM OF ROMAN CIVILIZATION - Piazza Giovanni Agnelli 10 -- 00144 Roma (Italia)

Its 59 sections illustrate the history of Roman civilization, from the origins to the 4th century, with models and reproductions, as well as original material. The premises are shared with a planetarium.

It houses, among other things:

- a model of Archaic Rome (Room XVIII)

- a famous scale model of ancient Rome in the age of Constantine I by Italo Gismondi (Room XXXVII-XXXVIII): derived from the . Forma Urbis Romae map and integrated with archeological discoveries. This model is at a 1:250 scale and is made of plaster. The model was begun in 1935 and completed in 1971. This model is today the most important reference for any serious attempt of reconstruction of the Ancient Rome: it has been used for the "Rome Reborn 1.0" 3D Visualization Project (B. Frischer, Director, University of Virginia; D. Favro, Associate Director, UCLA; D. Abernathy, Director of 3D Modeling, University of Virginia; G. Guidi, Director of 3D Scanning, Politecnico di Milano). Gismondi's model can be seen also in a few shots of the Movie "Gladiator" by R. Scott.

- examples of late imperial and early Christian art,

- a complete sequence of casts of the spiral reliefs round Trajan's Column, arranged in horizontal rows at ground level to facilitate reading.

- a reconstructed Roman library based on that in the Villa Adriana at Tivoli


The Planetarium consists of a 14 meter dome in which by means of three digital projectors reproduce all-sky simulations and projections of celestial bodies and nebulae, as well as the traditional reproduction of the starry sky, the motions of the Moon and planets. The complex also offers a varied program of live astronomical shows, conferences, events and observations for dissemination purposes. The astronomical museum next door offers great models of the planets, dioramas and interactive multimedia with video games astronomical.


It was founded in 1876, the year he was strengthened collection of prehistoric and ethnographic material that already belonged to Kircheriano Museum , founded in the seventeenth century by Jesuit Athanasius Kircher in the Collegio Romano . The museum was moved to its present between 1962 and 1977 , and was dedicated to the Italian Luigi Pigorini palaeontologist . The building, like many buildings in the same neighborhood , belongs to the Italian Rationalism , characterized by the typical rectangular lines and square . The museum has three floors connected by grand staircases .

The museum consists of two distinct parts: the ethnographic and prehistoric section . In the ethnographic section are preserved material documenting the cultures of all the continents , they are objects that , in addition to artistic and religious testify to the various aspects of the material culture of the peoples outside Europe.

In the part devoted to prehistoric times there are important prehistoric finds of Lazio , with original pieces such as the reconstruction of a portion of the field of paleo Lower Paleolithic of Castel di Guido , the cast of the skull of the Neanderthal Grotta Guattari in the Circeo (the original is kept in a room not accessible to the public) , lithic industries , the remains of Pleistocene fauna and artistic events from the paleolithic Cave Polesini . Of extraordinary value are also relics from underwater excavations in the area of ??the " Groundhog " in the town of Bracciano Lake, on Lake Bracciano . In particular, it is worth noting a pirogue approximately 10m in length, excavated in oak.

The rooms devoted to the Neolithic, Copper Age , the Bronze Age and the Iron Age have significant collections of ceramics Grotta Patrizi , the reconstruction of the Tomb of the Widow discovered in Eneolithic necropolis of Ponte San Pietro , the canoe monossile found Kaolin in the necropolis of the Sasso di Furbara and a rich documentation kits ( pots and objects in bronze and iron) of the necropolis Lazio, in addition to the storage room of bronze axes found at Ardea .

SQUARE COLOSSEUM - (Palace of the Italian Civilization) (Palace of the Civilization of Labor) - Quadrato della Concordia EUR

The Palace of the Italian Civilization, also known as the Palace of the Civilization of Labor or simply the Square Colosseum, is an icon of Fascist architecture. It lies in the district of Rome known as the Esposizione Universale Roma (also known as 'E.42' and 'EUR'). It is particularly symbolic of this district, exemplifying its monumentality.

The Palace of Italian civilization was constructed as part of the program of the Esposizione Universale Roma (EUR), a large business center and suburban complex, initiated in 1935 by Benito Mussolini for the planned 1942 world exhibition and as a symbol of fascism for the world. The Palazzo was designed by the architects Giovanni Guerrini, Ernesto Bruno La Padula and Mario Romano and constructed between 1938 and 1943. It was inaugurated on 30 November 1940 as the centerpiece of the Esposizione and continues to be its most iconic building. The structure is also considered one of the most representative examples of Fascist architecture at the EUR.

Between 2003 and 2008, the palace has been closed to the public for restoration. From 2015, it will house the headquarters of luxury fashion label Fendi for the next 15 years at least. Fendi will reportedly pay 2.8 million euros per annum to inhabit the space. The ground floor of the building will reportedly be left clear to house exhibitions celebrating Italian craftsmanship




CAFE' GIOLITTI ON THE LAKE - La casina dei 3 laghi - 90 Viale Oceania Rome, Lazio 00144

The Giolitti Bar Cottage of the 3 lakes, famous for its ice cream, is located in the gardens of the lake of Eur, there is also a playground for children. Just 5 minutes walking from the apartment,

THE MALL - EUROMA 2 - 83 Via dell'Oceano Pacifico - Rome, RM 00144

The Mall "Euroma 2" is recommended for several shops, restaurants, caffee, kids activities, groceries, etc....

PALALOTTOMATICA - 1 Piazzale dello Sport Roma 00144

Palalottomatica Palace (P.L.Nervi Square, Terminal of several bus to go do downtown)

VIALE EUROPA - Rome, Lazio 00144

Viale Europa is the main road in the Eur district, is recommended to go shopping in several stylish shops.

VIALE AMERICA - Rome, Lazio 00144

Bars and restaurants, and Metro B stop Eur Palasport that leads to the: Roman Forum, Colosseum, Termini Railway Station, Ostiense Railway Station.

Metro B Stop is just 5 minutes walking from home.

STARDUST VILLAGE - 72 Via di Decima Rome, Roma 144

It is a short walk from Eur,perfect place to enjoy with the family of green meadows,pond,pub, bars, restaurants,several childrens activities,and 11 cinemas with big screen and Dolby Sistem 3D

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      Calendar last updated:22 Jul 2014

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