nice 1bedroom apartment in a quiet urban area
Comfortable, spacious and bright ground floor apartment, facing a pleasant garden, in the green of a private loop, very quiet and safe.
The apartment has one large bedroom, a complete bathroom with tub, a living room with a sofa bed (queen size) and a little space, opening on the dining room, with a spare twin bed. The kitchen is completed, with oven and Microwave. TV, Dvd player, CD player, VCR, washing machine: all new furnishing, lightly and confortably. Central Heating and a fan in each room for summer. Italian and English books, guide books and maps available in the apartment. A wide selection of DVD in English, French, Spanish.
What can you do in Rome? It may be a cliché, but there’s no better advice for visitors to the Eternal City than the old adage, “When in Rome, do as the Romans do.” This is where la dolce vita originated, after all. Of course, after more than 2,000 years in existence, there’s enough to explore to keep you busy for years, with decadent pasta and gelato to indulge in, places to shop for everything from handicrafts to haute couture, archeological sites, Baroque churches, villas-turned-museums, and enough art to overload your senses. Whether you’ve never visited Rome or return often, here are twenty-five things you absolutely must do.
By Laura Itzkowitz
The "Trionfale" neighborhood is in the upper west side of the city: the apartment is very close to public transportation (bus & urban train, 5 minutes walk ), and 5 minutes walk to Policlinico Father A. Gemelli the Catholic University Hospital and its prestigeous Medical School. Shops, restaurants and pizza just around the corner. St. Peter 13 minutes and Historical center about 20 minutes by public transportation.
At the other side of the main street , a very large park for your convenience.