Questo soleggiato appartamento con affaccio esterno ad angolo, si trova al quinto ed ultimo piano con 12 gradini da scendere per giungere all'ascensore. L'appartamento è composto di un ingresso, un soggiorno con 2 divani (uno dei quali un divano-letto singolo), una cucina abitabile e completamente attrezzata, una camera da letto matrimoniale ed un bagno con doccia. Ogni stanza ha un balconcino e porta-finestra con doppi vetri. Ci sono anche due letti pieghevoli in più. L'appartamento può ospitare al massimo quattro persone. E’ dotato di un impianto stereo con cd, grandi armadi, un forno, un forno a microonde e una lavatrice. Viene proposto in locazione breve turistica senza servizi quotidiani
Servizi aggiuntivi:

  • silenziosissimo climatizzatore in ogni camera
  • riscaldamento autonomo
  • accesso gratuito ad Internet veloce via WIFI e cavo
  • televisione satellitare gratuita con canali cinema, anche in lingua originale.

  • L'appartamento è di circa 60mq. E la permanenza di minimo 2 notti


The apartment is one block away from Rome’s trendy San Lorenzo quarter, quite different from the Esquilino district and only 5 minutes away on foot. It’s quite lively in the evenings, with ‘pizzerias’, ‘trattorias’, pubs, fastfood shops, international cuisine etc. as a lot of university students attending Rome’s university, La Sapienza (nearby), and artists live there. The main street is Via Tiburtina, and you turn into the cobbled streets on your right. It’s a bit of old Rome, but not a tourist area, there are no monuments.

On the other hand, if you turn left when you leave the main door of the building and work your way to Via Merulana, passing by Piazza Vittorio (see the map), you’ll find it’s an elegant street with interesting little shops, and more eating places. Turning left down Via Merulana you’ll come to Rome’s San Giovanni (St. John’s) basilica at the end of the street, while turning right, you’ll come to the basilica of S. Maria Maggiore (St. Mary Major), famous for its mosaics, at the other end. On your way up to it, on the right side, you’ll pass Rome’s very famous bread, cake, savouries and coffee shop ( Panella’s ). Its food is irresistible and expensive, but worth the splash; there are even typical dishes of the ancient Romans.

If you simply cross Via Merulana and continue in your original direction, you’ll reach the Colle Oppio gardens where the Roman emperor Nero’s palace has been recently restored, and then, straight in front of you, the Colosseum. Just a short walk from the Colosseum will take you to the Roman Forum and from there to central Piazza Venezia (Venice Square) and the shopping centre of Rome.

We can help our guests to work their way around the Esquilino district and around Rome, as all of our ‘home-made’ suggestions are not “just for tourists” but places where we usually go shopping or to dine out. Guests can have a map with restaurants pointed out and sorted by price, quality and specialities (tried by us or by our friends, not “just for tourists” of course!); a map with interesting shops in Rome where you can get incredible bargains (gold, silver, clothes etc.) a map of unusual monuments or “off track” visits to unusual parts of Rome (if you stay here long enough); we can suggest tours and how to manage your time if you don’t know how to organize a very short stay, a medium or a long one.