If you are looking for an extremely charming and central studio apartment, look no further!
The apartment is on the 4th floor of an elegant building without a lift.
This air conditioned unit has been recently renovated, with good taste. It is located in one of the most central and quiet streets of the Trastevere area: Via Venezian.
The unit features a cozy living room, well furnished with sofas (on which two guests can sleep), armchairs, a coffee table, a nice carpet, and a book collection.
Next to the living room, there is the master bedroom, with a king size bed, night tables, and night lamps. The wide wardrobes offer plenty of storage space during your stay. Here you will also find a flatscreen TV.
The kitchen is well equipped, with a gas stove, an oven, a fridge, a freezer, a dish washer and a washing machine. All the necessary cooking equipment is provided, as well as the basic utensils. This is ideal for those days where all you want to do is enjoy your evening meal in the peace of your own home, rather than the bustle of a restaurant!
The bathroom completes the unit, with a fantastic Jacuzzi bathtub (which has also a shower head).
We highly recommend this lovely apartment to anybody who wants a great deal in an amazing part of town! It is also possible to enjoy the lovely shared terrace, recently restored.
You couldn’t ask for a better location in this neighborhood, where you’ll find the excellent open air market of Piazza San Cosimato (great to pick up some fresh fruits and vegetables). Moreover, there are many great lunch places, such as take-out slice pizza.
However, evening-time is when Trastevere really comes to life. People seep into its tiny cobbled streets from the many bars and restaurants, creating a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Trastevere is one of the districts in Rome that is most famous for its aperitivo bars. The most popular is perhaps Freni e Frizioni, whilst smaller places such as VinAllegro also provide great buffet selections.
Crossing the river you will find yourself in a great place to start exploring Rome. Here you will find the Campo de’ Fiori, and its morning market of fresh produce. Why not come here to pick up quality ingredients to cook up your own delicious meals?
A little further and you will come across the impressive Piazza Navona. Exploring deeper into the historical center you will come across the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, and Piazza del Popolo.
Keep heading south to find the Piazza Venezia and the Colosseum area. Keep heading north to find the Vatican City. Both of these are also reachable by bus, many of which run along the riverside just in front of Trastevere.Get the full listing »