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Note: You can directly book the best price if your travel dates are available, all discounts are already included. In the following house description you will find all information about our listing. 2-room apartment 70 m2 on 1st floor. Modern and cosy furnishings: 2 double bedrooms, each room with digital TV, flat screen and air conditioning. Kitchen (4 hot plates, oven, dishwasher, microwave) with dining table, digital TV and flat screen. Shower/bidet/WC. Gas heating, air-conditioning. Heat...
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The best location in the central:) The rooms is private with two bathrooms shared with others. Esquilino area,in a 130mq flat composed by 4rooms+kitchen/living room +2 bathrooms 800m from Termini station. 500m from Metro A VITTORIO EMANUELE 20m from tram stop n.5 and n. 14 1KM from Colosseum.All services near the flat(pharmacy/supermarket/Bar) Free wifi.
- Entire rental unit
Excellent location in the heart of Rome’s historic center, situated between jewish ghetto and Campo dei fiori. It’s located in a historic building of 1700 with vaulted ceilings, ground floor, completely renovated and furnished, sleeping area with a 2 meter mezzanine, living room sofa, independent heating, washing machine, air conditioning, wi-fi.
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Your guide to Rome
All About Rome
Rome is one of the world’s oldest capitals and is often referred to as the “Eternal City” because ancient Romans believed that regardless of how many empires came and went, Rome would endure as a great city forever. Today, Rome is truly eclectic, boasting some of the most important ancient ruins, alongside some of the most famous monuments on the planet, while maintaining its status as a modern progressive European city at the forefront of food and fashion.
You are never too far away from a church in Rome, with over 900 of them, big and small, scattered around the city. The most famous of which is St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican City. And if you enjoy throwing your coins into a fountain and making a wish, there are almost 300 to choose from, with the Trevi Fountain collecting nearly 5,000 Australian dollars a day, which thankfully goes to worthy charities. Legend says if you throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain, you are guaranteed to return to Rome one day.
How do I get around Rome?
Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (FCO) is 32 kilometres from Rome and is the city’s main airport with flights arriving from all over the world daily. The quickest route into the city centre is on The Leonardo Express — the train which runs every 15 minutes and travels into Termini station, Rome’s main train station. With most of the capital’s most popular attractions in the city centre, Rome can easily be discovered on foot. But for places a little further afield, like Vatican City, you can jump on the Metro, which will take you where you want to go quickly and safely. Trains run all day and stations can easily be found all over the city.
When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Rome?
Springtime in Rome offers warm pleasant days and mild evenings, perfect to enjoy eating and drinking alfresco style in the countless piazzas around the city. Spring also sees the city come to life with many festivals and events to mark the new season, including the much-anticipated annual Easter celebrations. The city is also in full bloom with the beautiful azaleas on the Spanish Steps a true highlight. If you enjoy theatre, Rome's autumn festival of theatre, opera, and dance takes place from mid-September through to mid-November, with events staged all over town. And while the weather can get a little cooler at that time, you are still likely to enjoy some pleasant sunny days. For all things accommodation, there are many holiday apartments in Rome in the city centre and surrounding areas.
What are the top things to do in Rome?
Visit the Underground Passages of the Colosseum
The Colosseum is an ancient wonder of the world and is typically considered a must for any Rome visit, but if you want to take your experience to the next level, visit the Hypogeum and see the inner workings of the famous landmark. Experience the series of tunnels and passages, where the gladiators and animals would have waited before they took the stage for battle.
Campo de Fiori
Campo de Fiori, a medieval square in Rome’s historic centre, features a bustling market that attracts locals from near and far. By day, you can indulge in local Italian produce and food, and get lost in the numerous market stalls. By night, join the locals who gather to enjoy the plentiful food and drink options at the square’s many bars and restaurants.
Head to the Piazza Navona and experience the fountains, statues, and outdoor restaurants that makes this one of Rome’s most vibrant meeting places. Every day the piazza comes to life with street artists, music, and performers. Take your seat at one of the many eateries and enjoy a coffee or a vino while you take in the performances.