Beautiful apartment in the modern Eur neighbourhood, in the south of the city. Bright and quiet, this apartment is located in a residential setting with a private parking space. The metro B (stop: Palasport), the 'Laghetto dell'Eur', one of the most popular parks of Rome and loved by the Romans and foreigners who visit Rome and the Nuvola EUR Congress Center can be reached in 15 minutes on foot.
This 40sqm apartment is located on the 1st floor (without an elevator) of an elegant building of the 1960s. It is composed by a living room, kitchenette, a bedroom and a bathroom.The apartment opens onto the living room, furnished with modern furniture: a three seater sofa, a table with four chairs, bookshelves and a TV.The kitchen is equipped with refrigerator, oven, stove, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, crockery and cutlery for six people.From the living room, across a small hallway you enter the bedroom, furnished with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), a large wardrobe and two nightstands. From the bedroom you access a balcony.The bathroom is equipped with sanitary ware and shower cabin.
The apartment comes equipped with air conditioning.
Parking Free parking spaces are available in the vicinity of the apartment (within white lines). Alternatively, there are also some paid parking spaces (within blue lines). Private parking space is available inside the condominium.
Public transportMetro B: stop Fermi, 980 meters - 13 minutes on footMetro B: stop Palasport, 1 km - 14 minute-walkTaxi: viale Europa, 1 km - 14 minutes on foot
AreaThe apartment is only 15 minutes from the Eur lake. The Eur (standing for Rome Universal Exposition) is a famous residential and business district in Rome. Built under the government of Benito Mussolini, the district celebrated the 20th anniversary of the March on Rome and the ascend of Fascism: the imposing, huge and squared buildings, made of white marble and travertine, perfectly represent the Fascist ideology. An example of this is the 'Square Colosseum' (Colosseo Quadrato), which is the nickname given to the Palazzo della Civilità Italiana (Palace of the Italian Culture). Suggestions for sightseeing: the Roman Culture Museum, the National Museum of the Middle Ages, the National Museum of Arts and Popular Traditions and the National Prehistoric Ethnographic Museum ‘Luigi Pigorini’, in addition to the new planetarium and the nearby Astronomy Museum.Nowadays the EUR is a yet residential area, but it is also home to many companies and public bodies. Viale Europa is the only street crossing the Eur district that also offers plenty of opportunities for a shopping spree, a coffee break in one of the many bars, a tasty bite of Roman cuisine in a typical restaurant or a trendy happy hour.The ‘Parco Centrale del Lago’, the Eur Lake Park, is a beloved spot for sport and cultural activities, offering a rich variety of trees and plants. The Italian movie ‘L'ultimo bacio’ was filmed in the Waterfall Garden, a picturesque area comprising cliffs, rocks and plants. In the area you also find the PalaLottomatica, an example of the Italian rationalism built in 1956 for the Rome Olympic Games, the Torre Eurosky, the tallest residential building in Rome and one of the tallest in Italy, and Euroma2, a one-of-a-kind shopping mall. When you visit the neighbourhood, don’t miss 'Gianfornaio' and the Palombini café. Services: some supermarkets can be found in the area, such as the 'Elite' in Viale Europa and the SMA supermarket in Viale Beethoven. There is also a cinema (Eurcine) in Via Liszt and two fitness centres (Eurgym and Olympia Eur); bar Giolitti, for ice cream and snacks on the lakeside surrounded by a play area for children. The recent opening of The Roma Convention Center 'La Nuvola', an international, strategic work for the city and for the country. It is characterized by its ability to host events with very different characteristics and has a total capacity of over 8,000 places and an eco-friendly approach.