Two-storey apartment on the 8th floor with a wonderful view of Rome in the central neighbourhood of Trastevere. Trastevere train station can be reached in just 8 minutes on foot.
The apartment has three balconies and is bright and quiet.
This 80sqm apartment is located on the 8th floor (with elevator) and consists in a large entrance hall, living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. The bedroom and bathroom are on the second floor. All rooms have a small balcony.
Entering the house you will be welcomed by a large hallway furnished with a table with three chairs and a desk with a chair on the left. In the hallway there is also the staircase (12 steps) that leads to the bedroom and bathroom.The living room is furnished with a sofa bed (145cm x 190cm), an armchair, a large bookshelf and a television corner. From the living room you access to a furnished balcony with a table and two chairs.The kitchen is equipped with refrigerator, oven, stove, microwave, cutlery and crockery for six people. From the kitchen you access a small balcony.
On the second floor there is a bathroom with a shower cabin and the bedroom.The bedroom is furnished with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), two nightstands, a TV corner and a large closet. Access to the 3rd balcony is from the bathroom and bedroom.The house is tastefully furnished and is very welcoming and also has some design furnishings.
The apartment is equipped with an air-conditioning system.
Public transportIn the area you find tramway 8 (mon-sun: 00-23:59 · every 12 min); Piazza Venezia/Gianicolense. In Piazza Ippolito Nievo you find also bus lines 3B (Piramide), 780 (Piazza Venezia), H (Termini), N8 (Termini); Trastevere railway station is approximately 450 meters away (5 min on foot).
Parking In the area you find both free parking (within white lines) and paid parking (within blue lines).
AreaThe apartment is located in Trastevere, the 13th district in Rome, one of the most famous and picturesque, whose name comes from the Latin 'trans Tiberim'.
The district, going from Piazza di Santa Maria to Piazza Sidney Sonnino, from Via Trastevere to Porta Portese, up to Trastevere Station, offers many different styles.
By night, Trastevere is filled with young people and tourists, who appreciate the many clubs and pubs. This is doubtless one of the liveliest districts in Rome, quaint and picturesque, offering plenty of 'osterie' (typical restaurants) such as the funny "Cencio", "La parolaccia" -where customers and waiters throw insults at each other- "Il Rugantino" and 'Da Gigetto", and pizzerias, as well as cinemas, street markets -that one in San Cosimato has been recently renovated- banks, pharmacies, supermarkets, small shops and groceries.
The main spots for the night life are those bars located in Piazza Trilussa, the nearby club 'Freni e Frizioni' ('Brakes and clutches'), one of the hottest place for the ‘aperitivo’ (happy hour), Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere -where the famous Roman church is located- and the bar "Callisto", populated until the small hours. In the summer there is plenty of events and parties lighting up the Tiber river. Porta Portese, Rome's most famous market and the most well-known is within walking distance from the apartment. Songs and poems have been decdicated to this market as well as movies have been filmed like "Ladro di Biciclette" and "Sciuscia". Porta Portese with more than a thousand operators is the most famous "sunday market" in Italy. Hours from 06.00 to 14.00.
Trastevere is also home to the John Cabot University, a private American university founded in 1972.