Centro Storico (Old Rome) Apartment Rental Photos and Description
bright apartment, living room, kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom
My house is a cozy and bright apartment of 35 sqm located in the heart of the old Trastevere, Lane Leopard, a nice and quiet street, three minutes walk from Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere and Ponte Sisto. The house was restored in December 2012. Located on the fourth floor without elevator of an old building, it is composed of a living room with a sofa bed, a small kitchenette with everything, a double bedroom, bathroom with shower.
There are three windows overlooking the old tiled roofs of neighboring houses and the fifteenth-century facade of San Pietro in Montorio, located on the Janiculum. The house is very quiet and full of natural light.
Facilities include: fridge with freezer, electric cooker with two induction cookers, microwave with grill, electric water heater 50 liters, TV, laptop with internet key, wi-fi.
Additional services (on request): baby sitters, dog sitters, guides, catering.
I created a website on the house with a lot of detailed information:
- smoking allowed
- pets considered
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- children welcome
My name is Marco. I was born in Rome in 1958. I'm archaeologist, adjunct university professor, member of an italian archaeological mission in Libya (in the photo I'm in a Libyan bar), expert about ancient architecture, survey and 3d reconstruction. I've written three books about these subjects as well as numerous articles in various scientific journals.
I created a website about archaeological survey and ancient architecture, containing hundreds of pages and images freely downloadable.
I'm member of a Rowing Club in Rome; practice agonistic rowing by participating in regattas of the Federazione Italiana Canottaggio. I move regularly by bicycle. I'm great lover and connoisseur of the Abruzzo where I hiking, biking and skiing from over twenty years.
In 1980, when I was still a university student, I came to live in this house. At that time I had a lot of friends who attended the numerous alternative venues that began to flourish in the center of Rome, especially in Trastevere. My home was a crossroads. My friends were knocking on the door at all hours of the day and night. My evenings were always very crowded and lively.
Now I travel often for work; when absent I rent my apartment for a short time to those who come to Rome to work, to study or to visit our wonderful monuments.
I'm always available to advise and guide all my guests on archaeological sites, museums and other places of historical and artistic interest.