Entering the house you find a hallway, the bedroom - located on the left - and a small corridor that leads to the bathroom and the kitchen. From the hallway you enter the living and dining room.
The spacious living room, furnished in a simple yet functional manner, has a double sofa bed (160cm x 190cm), TV corner, a table with four chairs and book shelves. From the living room you access a small balcony.The bedroom is furnished with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), two bedside tables, a chest of drawers and a large wardrobe. The modern bathroom has a shower cabin.The eat-in kitchen, with table and chairs, is equipped with a refrigerator, oven, stove, washing machine, dishwasher and everything you need for six people. The kitchen has access to a second balcony.
In addition, the apartment has a large utility room (equipped with dryer). The apartment is air conditioned both in the living room and bedroom.
Parking in the area: - Paid on-street parking within blue lines- Free parking (within white lines)- Private paid garages
Public transportMetro B1: stop Sant'Agnese/AnnibalianoTermini Station - 19 minutes by public transportVatican - 40 minutes by public transport
AreaTrieste neighbourhood is located north-east of Rome city centre, and it is named after Corso Trieste, the main avenue crossing it. After the II World War and in the 50’s-60’s, the area was largely renowned thanks to the ‘Piper’, the famous club which played a major role in Rome's nightlife. Many prominent people were its regular guests, including the Italian singer Patty Pravo; moreover, the Pink Floyd, the Nirvana and the Beatles gave concerts there. According to popular history, the Beatles jumped completely dressed into the Fontana delle Rane (‘the Frog Fountain’) in Piazza Mincio.
Between via Tagliamento and Via Dora, you enter the Coppedè neighbourhood, popular for its villas and buildings with turrets, liberty sculptures, Moorish arches, gothic gargoyles, painted facades and gardens with palm trees. This entire neighbourhood was built by the Florentine architect Gino Coppedè between 1913 and 1926.
The heart of this neighbourhood is undoubtedly Piazza Mincio, with its magnificent Fontana delle Rane (‘the Frog Fountain’). In the vicinity you also find Villa Ada, a famous park for jogging. The villa, which used to be the private residence of king Vittorio Emanuele III, hosts the summer concerts of the "Rome festival meets the World".
The neighbourhood is well served by public transport: the nearby subway station S.Agnese/Annibaliano connects with Via Nomentana and Viale Regina Margherita, from where you can easily reach both the hospital Policlinico Umberto I and the International University of Social Studies Guido Carli, known as LUISS University. La Sapienza University is about 30 minutes away on foot.
In the area there is no shortage of restaurants, bars, pubs, ice cream parlors and bars where to enjoy pleasant and relaxing moments. Right behind the apartment is a supermarket.Get the full listing »