House, with 155 square meters (square meters) the house offers every comfort you need. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms; one of which is French and one Italian, both equipped with a shower stall; a state-of-the-art kitchen with an induction hob, oven, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher. A large room with a view of the Fori Imperiali.
It is located on one of the main streets of the city and it is close to any means of communication such as: -Metro Cavour; -metro Colosseum; Termini station and Piazza Venezia for various buses, trams and taxis.
The house is located in the renowned district of the Monti district. A great tourist destination for families and teenagers, two to the particularity of houses and dwellings, narrow streets, artisan shops and small shops. The area, full of taverns, bars and various places, gravitates on the little square of the Madonna dei Monti, near the homonymous church still professing. One of the Rioni It is the first district of Rome but its charm lies above all in its history: the name "Mountains" derives from the particular geographical location of the neighborhood. Hilltop, the Viminal and the Quirinal, was defined by the term "li 'monti", precisely because it is located between the Esquiline hill, the Viminal and the Quirinal. For this reason the emblem of the three green mountains.
Rione Monti is a district of atmospheres and small spaces, as well as narrow streets, or the major main roads such as Via Nazionale or Via Cavour which, despite being very congested traffic arteries, are two among the most beautiful streets of Rome.
The Museo dei Fori Imperiali, in Via IV Novembre 94, is one of these.
The museum is one of the most beautiful and interesting in Rome, a real surprise that you do not expect. Roman Forums; once you enter the museum you will be in Rome and you will learn about the history of the 4 forums in Rome, those of Trajan, Augustus and Nerva. Admission costs € 14 full and € 12 reduced but, trust me, there are a lot of discounts and offers it would be an insult to the culture not to take advantage of it).
The history of the Imperial Forums is really interesting; once inside, I suggest you enter the Amphora Room, where dozens of amphorae dating back to the Republican and Imperial were kept. Smell of time and wine, very beautiful! Also the Tower of the Militia is worth a visit. It is a building that stands in a domineering way on the profile of the district. Finally, walks along the Via Biberatica, an ancient road that went over the forum and overlooked shops and shops. Walking on the streets of Rome, Rome, Italy walking on the streets of Rome, Rome