Trastevere area Apartment Rental Photos and Description
1 living area, w.Terrace, kitchen corner, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom. Sleeps 2.
The apartment was recently renovated and carries all the comforts.
It’s very bright, with a terrace and a beautiful view overlooking the gardens of Gianicolo. It has wooden floorboards throughout, double glazed windows, air conditioning, heating, wireless Internet and washing machine. The living area has a comfortable sofa, a TV and a fully equipped kitchenette.
In the loft area there is a double queen sized bed with a TV.
Comprise of a bathroom with a large shower, wash basin, WC and bidet.
The apartment is located on the second floor (with no elevator, but a very easy climb) in an old building in ancient Trastevere, right across the Tiber river. Steps away from Piazza Trilussa, where you’ll find a very busy night action with lots of bars and restaurants.
The apartment is very close to all the tourist attractions and historic monuments; 5 minutes walking distance to the Vatican, 3 minutes to Piazza Trilussa, just across the River from Campo dei Fiori and Piazza Navona.
About Trastevere:: Trastevere is a very romantic area right in the center of Rome, 5 to 10 minutes walking distance from all the major touristic attractions.
Long known by Romans for its restaurants and bars, Trastevere is a pleasant area to stroll in Rome, particularly peaceful in the morning and lively in the evening as dozens of trattorias set tables out along the cobblestone streets.
The immediate area has some of the best Trastevere restaurants and trattorias as well as one of Rome's most famous bakeries all within a few blocks.
A small grocery store, bar/cafe are right down the street, in a friendly neighborhood; so you have everything you could possibly need within the neighborhood
The neighborhood of Trastevere is known for its lively nature, and the array of people it attracts, it's a favorite of foreigners due to its authenticity and the two international universities in the area.
Trastevere is also the location for a weekend pizza for most Romans who gather on the weekends in the pizzerias and stroll with a gelato through the cobblestone streets or along the river for a hand grated granita.
Trastevere is east of the historical center on the other side of the River Tiber. It’s one of Rome’s oldest neighbourhoods and certainly one of the most characteristic. Here you’ll find many restaurants and bars located on the cobbled-stone narrow streets of Trastevere. Once home to the Syrian community and then to the Jewish community, Trastevere has slowly and steadily grown into the second biggest Rione (neighborhood) in Rome.
Rich families such as the Farnese settled in amongst populace bringing wealth and giving the area a certain status that had been coveted throughout history. At the heart of Trastevere is Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere which is one of the most beautiful piazza’s in Rome.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- non smoking only
- unsuitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible