Cozy, spacious and bright apartment in the Aurelio neighbourhood, in the north-west of Rome and peripheral to the historic centre of Rome. The Cornelia station (metro line A) is 450 m away.
This 75 sqm apartment is located on the third floor with elevator and consists of a living room, a kitchenette with a balcony, two bedrooms and two bathrooms of which only one has a shower cabin.
Entering the apartment, a large hallway leads to the living room, furnished with a sofa, a pouf, two bookcases, a TV corner and a consolle.From the living room you can access to a large balcony.
To the left of the hallway is the first bedroom, furnished with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), an armchair, a basket and a small chest of drawers.The double bedroom has an en suite bathroom, which only has a basin and toilette.In the hallway in front of the bedroom there is a large wardrobe.
The second bedroom has a glass sliding door and has two single beds and a bookshelf.The kitchenette is equipped with a refridgerator, dishwasher, stove, microwave, oven, cutlery and crockery for six people.In front of the kitchenette there is a comfortable table with four chairs and a colorful sideboard with the necessary crockery for six people.
The washing machine is located in a separate room near the bathroom.The bathroom has a toilet and a shower cabin.
Parking:In this area, you can find free parking spaces (white lines) or paid parking spaces (blue lines).
Public transportation- Cornelia stop (line A): 450 m (7-minute walk)- Piazza San Pietro (stop: Cipro, via line A): 15 minutes- Piazza del Popolo (stop: Flaminio, via line A): 25 minutes- Stazione Termini (stop: Termini): 40 minutes
AreaThe apartment is located in one of the most widespread neighbourhoods in Rome, located to the north-west and relatively peripheral to the city centre. It is located near the Leonine and Aurelian walls, bordering the Vatican City, Prati, Trastevere and the centre of the capital. The proximity to the most important areas of Rome, more quiete compared to the traffic and the large influx of tourists from other more central areas and the presence of all the necessary services makes this district very interesting.
Along the ancient Aurelia is the park of Villa Doria Pamphili, one of the largest in Rome, a green area in which the Romans love to engage in jogging and relaxation, and where it is not difficult to meet famous people.There are shops of various kinds and prices are much lower than other central areas. The hills of Aurelio allow you to stroll in the green and enjoy the best views of the dome of St. Peters, day and night.
In the neighbourhood there are the Abamelek and Carpegna Villas, as well as splendid religious architectural examples including the Church of Saint Pius V and the Russian Orthodox Church. There are also three particularly important archaeological sites: Catacomba di Calepodio, Porta Cavalleggeri and Porta San Pancrazio. The proximity to the Vatican led to the settlement in the neighbourhood of many religious institutions, which occupy many buildings near the Vatican City.In the area there are also hospitals and clinics: among them the Pio XI nursing home, San Carlo di Nancy and the IDI Immaculate Dermopathic Institute which is located right in front of the apartment.
The Aurelio district offers the right relaxation, in fact there are several bars with outdoor tables in the summer and in the cold months that offer rich aperitifs.In the neighbourhood there is also the new shopping center Aura, Viale di Valle Aurelia, 30 (opening hours 9am).Get the full listing »