Enter this apartment in Rome and you’ll be invited into the living space. Here, the living, dining room and kitchen that is just short of 100 sm, with seven windows on two sides, spread out to the space’s eastern side.
On the western side of the apartment are the three bedrooms, each with its own ensuite bathroom, a study with a sofa bed, and direct access to one bathroom.
The apartment offers the use of a basic washer and dryer (in the building), an indoor fireplace, Wifi, an iron, and a laptop-friendly workspace. Airport transfer is available on request.
You may also book the smaller, one bedroom apartment next door if you’d like to accommodate more people. Between the two, 12 people can sleep comfortably. There is a door separating the two apartments that can be left closed or open, depending on whether they’re rented together or apart.
ANCIENT HISTORY AND MULTI-ETHNIC MODERNITY
This apartment in Rome is located in the Esquilino neighborhood, considered “Roma’s multi-cultural Mecca.” It was built after the unification of Italy and took a lot of influence from Turin. There are plenty of restaurants and shops, all within walking distance of the historic centre.
You will also be stationed just one mile from the famous Trevi Fountain, where the iconic scene from La Dolce Vita was filmed, and only 1.2 miles from the Borghese Gallery and Museum, a 17th-century villa that features works by the masters: Bernini, Caravaggio and Tiziano to name a few. The apartment is also a short walk from the Colosseum, the Parco del Colle Oppio and Villa Borghese.
Also highly recommended are visits to Villa Doria Pamphili, another 17th-century villa with the largest landscaped public park in Rome, and the church of Santi Quattro Coronati, celebrated for its 13th-century frescoes.
In-the-know locals would also tell you to check out Palazzo Spada, where you’ll find a unique optical illusion in its arcaded courtyard.
Finally, dining alfresco in one of the city’s beautiful squares is an absolute must, as it’s the most iconic and pleasurable way to exprience this great Italian city.
Rome, Italy. Nearest Airport: Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO): 34km (35 mins) or Rome Ciampino Airport (CIA): 25km (30 mins)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: It’s the eternal city year round
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