- Room Type:Entire place
- Max Guests:4
- Min Stay:3
- Pets Allowed:No
- air conditioning
- cot available
- refrigerator / freezer
- smoking allowed
- washing machine
- wifi (wireless lan)
ROMA DREAMS HOME
L 'apartment is located all' inside of a building family and is composed of a warm and cozy room with LCD TV and air conditioning, a living room with sofa bed for 2 persons, air conditioner, LCD TV and fully equipped kitchenette, complete the 'apartment, a bathroom with shower.
Rome Dreams Home is taking care of all the details to make you feel at home while on vacation.
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This elegant apartment for vacation rentals in Rome, is located in Via Giovanni de Calvi, in the Monteverde district (renowned district, residential and well connected to the center), a few minutes from Viale Trastevere (locals, pubs, bars, restaurant area). The recently restored apartment is located on the ground floor with a balcony of a modern building with independent entrance. It is made up of a living room with couches and a dining area, a double bedroom, a modernly designed, fully-equipped kitchen, and a bathroom with shower. It features air conditioning, internet connection wi-fi, TV sat, a dishwasher and a washing machine. The modern furniture of excellent design and the fine décor give the last touch to the apartment.
Monteverde is a neighborhood full of green: the Janiculum, with its panoramic terrace and the historic puppet theater; Villa Sciarra, perhaps the most graceful Roman villa, whose fountains, statues and hedges create glimpses of great visual impact, and most importantly, Villa Doria Pamphili, with its 184 hectares is the largest historic villa in Rome, visited by joggers, picnic under the pine woods, walks along the paths of lazy afternoons on banks of the pond. In summer, these parks are held in interesting artistic events in theater, music and dance, with many initiatives dedicated to children.
Near the house you will find all kinds of shops, banks, pizzerias, pastry shops, ice cream parlors, restaurants, take-aways and supermarkets.
The apartment is well-connected to the historic center, Termini Station and the airports of Rome, thanks to the lines of the Tram and Bus H 8 and 98 and the Trastevere train station (the aereporto Fiumicino airport is only 30 min. From station).
H-bus, after passing through the Monteverde district, reached the San Camillo Hospital and the Trastevere station, continue along Viale Trastevere (20 min.), arrive at Piazza Venezia (Colosseum, the Campidoglio, Teatro Marcello, Fontana di Trevi) and stops Termini Station (45 min.), immediately after crossing Via Nazionale.
the 98-Bus, which stops just 350 meters from the apartment, offers easy access to the Basilica di San Pietro (20 min.), and the next stop, the Santo Spirito Hospital and Children's Hospital of the Infant Jesus
Tram-8 follows the same route pylori to Piazza Venezia, but with the advantage of switching every 5 minutes.
For the town center at 400 meters there's the nearest tram stop n° 8, 15 minutes and you are in the center.
For Fiumicino airport, tram n° 8 to Trastevere station, FR1 in 30 minutes you arrive at Fiumicino.
For Ciampino airport, 150 meters there is a bus stop No. 31, get off at Cipro, metro A to Termini station, shuttle bus (€ 6 per person) until the airport.
Here is our new apartment for you , this time it's at St. Peter, we really hope you'll enjoy it.
For furnish the apartment, we were inspired by the Vintage line, that we really like;
we decided to use many colors and enhance the light of which the house is full to make more pleasant your stay with us in Rome.
The apartment is located a few minutes walking from St. Peter Square, not only, by walking you will arrive comfortably to the heart of the city: the Trevi Fountain, Campo de Fiori, but above all, Trastevere area and the Vatican Museums are very close.
If you don't feel like walking, just across the street from our home, you will find many bus lines in transit to the city center, about which we will provide route signs, and the St. Peter Station .
The neighborhood is very much alive, even in the evening, you can find pizzerias, restaurants, pubs, very close to the apartment there is an outdoor market with fresh food and right next to our building you have a large supermarket available for your groceries.
The apartment is on the first floor of the building with a courtyard , is very bright and funny, it has a bedroom with double bed, wardrobe, armchairs and TV .
A living room with a well equipped kitchenette for cooking and a double sofa bed.
The bathroom is large and bright with a bath.
Last but not least, you have at your disposal a large balcony and a terrace to enjoy your breakfast or lunch outdoors when the Spring arrives in Rome until to the Roman's October.
We can accommodate up to four people.
For our guests we include in the price wi-fi, washing machine , heating, air conditioning , bed linen and towels.
The apartment is completely available to our guests, there are no shared spaces with owners or other guests.
Our guests are always welcome and we'll always be happy to to listen to any of your questions, we will try to be of assistance in your stay in Rome.O:
Even if we are not physically present during your stay, after checking in, you can always contact us via telephone and/or email and we will be happy to assist you for any eventuality.
ABOUT THE AREA:
On the west bank of the Tiber River, in the historical center of Rome, there is the Vatican City, a sovereign state surrounded by high walls, but integrated with the modern Rome.
The Vatican is an independent state that has its own currency, postal services and a colorful and efficient security service, said the Swiss Guard.
The area around the Vatican is one of the most interesting districts of Rome, made up of restaurants, pizzerias and pubs, always full of tourists and pilgrims. St. Peter's Square at the Vatican is in fact one of the most impressive and valuable Square in Rome.
It 's very interesting to reach the Vatican and St. Peter's from Ponte Sant'Angelo, flanked by gigantic angels by Bernini. Here towering Castel Sant'Angelo, a beautiful fortress that hides in his basement a direct passage to the Vatican.
You can also reach Saint Peter from the famous Via della Conciliazione, a wide avenue that opens on the magnificence of Rome's most famous square. The monumental Bernini's colonnade consists of 284 columns and 88 pillars and it is builded in such a way to obtain different optical effects to be discovered depending on your adopted point of view.
The obelisk in the center of the square and the two fountains by Carlo Maderno (right) and Bernini (left) make a particularly unusual symmetry of the square. In fact, between the obelisk and each fountain there is a circular stone that marks the focal point of the ellipse from which it seems to observe a single line of columns, instead of the columns in the oval real form!
The St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Gardens are jewels in the open and you must see them because uniques in the world!
You can also, if desired, attend a papal audience: in fact, once a week, usually on Wednesdays, you can get a place to see the Pope close up and maybe exchange a few words with him, you can simply book by phone (at least one month before).
St. Peter's Square with the magnificent St. Peter's Basilica, the immense dome of Michelangelo and, inside, the Bernini's Baldacchino and the Statue of Michelangelo's Pietà, are the most famous monuments of Rome.
Similarly, the Vatican Museums are one of the most rich, famous and interesting museum complex in the world. Here you will find the best collection of classical statuary, Renaissance painting, Etruscan and Egyptian relics.
Don't miss the Raphael Rooms and the Sistine Chapel. Also, the Round Hall, the Egyptian Museum, the Etruscan Museum, the Candelabra Gallery, the Borgias apartments, the Sixtus V Library, the Chiaramonti Museum, the Art Gallery and the Gregorian Museum.
Below there are some general guidelines to reach comfortably and easily our apartment in St. Peter:
From Termini Station is recommended to take the bus line 64 and get off at the stop "Crocifisso - Porta Fabbrica".
From here, our apartment is distant about 300 meters, in via di Monte del Gallo.
Alternatively, from Termini you can take the Metro A (the red line) in Battistini direction for 8 stops, get off at "Valle Aurelia", here take the urban train FL3 in the Ostiense direction for one stop and get off at San Peter's Station. Our apartment is 200 meters walk from here.
From Fiumicino airport (Leonardo Da Vinci), there is a train that connects the airport to the Termini Station (the journey takes about 35 minutes and costs about 14 €), from there take the bus line 64 to the stop "Crocifisso - Porta Fabbrica" and walk for 300 meters in Via Monte del Gallo or you may choose in alternative the Subway A and the urban train described above.
From Ciampino Airport, there is a shuttle bus that runs from the airport to Termini Station (travel time about 40 minutes and the price is about 8 euro), from there take bus line 64 to the stop "Crocifisso Porta Fabbrica" and walk for 300 meters in Via Monte del Gallo. Again you can choose the alternative route with Subway A and Train FL3 described above.
By car, from the GRA, go on "Aurelia" exit (Exit number 1) towards City Centre, then follow directions to St. Peter's.
Bus routes: from Via Gregorio VII, the street that crosses Via Monte del Gallo, there are lines 34, 46b, 64, 98, 190, 571, 881, 982, 916.
We'll be always happy to welcome you!!
Bright and typical apartment in the heart of Rome, via dei Fienaroli, in Trastevere Area. It's very near to Santa Maria in Trastevere's Square and to all most beautiful Roman's monuments. It is an excellent solution for those who love the old town and walks through the Trastevere's little streets that offer a wide variety of attractions. This neighborhood is also the heart of Roman's Nightlife. Moreover, from here it is possible to reach on foot the most important historic sites and churches.Our apartment is perfect to accomodate two people, it consists of one double bedroom, a living room with sofabed, an entrance hall, a fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom with shower. For furnishing the apartment we intended to maintain an Old Style of times gone by in accordance with the neighborhood. We hope this will be funny to our guests. Costs, bed linen and towels are included in the price.
Below you find some general directions to reach the apartment by public transportation:
From Fiumicino Airport there is a Metro line that’ll get you from the Rome airport into the city. It’s the FM1 line, called Sabina-Fiumicino, and it stops at Trastevere Station, then you can take the tram n. 8 to the Stop “Belli”; from there you proceed on foot for few minutes.
From Ciampino Airport you can take a bus (Terravision) to the Termini Station and then you can take the bus n.H to the stop “Belli” or you can take the bus n.64 to the stop “Largo Argentina” and then the tram n.8 to the stop “Belli”; from there you proceed on foot for few minutes.
You can see that in these directions there are also contained informations to reach the apartment from Termini Station or from Trastevere Station.
We want to inform you that we can offer you a pick up service from the Airport to the apartment, the price is 50 euro. Let us know if you are interested about it.
Our Trastevere’s neighborhood is known as the most typical of the city.
During the day, in its narrow streets you sense the atmosphere of the ‘800 quiet life, thanks to the preservation of its historical sites and of the ancient craft shops.
The cobbled streets are mostly car-free, the restauratnts and cafes serve up some of the cheapest eats you’ll find in Rome and it’s good too, the square in front of Santa Maria in Trastevere church is very charming.
During the evening Trastevere becomes the heart of the Roman nightlife and it’s very easy to lose yourself between several pubs, disco bar or pizzerias.
Trastevere Borgo was very important since the age of the Roman Emperor Augustus, he wanted to extend the Rome’s boundaries to this “Regio Transtiberina”, before that time it was occupied by the Etruscans.
It becames the seat of important Roman villas of which have been found some ruins.
In the Middle Age, Trastevere was a labyrinth of winding narrow streets, the contrast between rich houses and small houses of poorest people was very strong.
Due to the partial isolation (Trastevere was beyond the Tiber) and multicultural environment since the time of the ancient Rome, its people were up like a separate population: “trasteverini”, commoners known by their tenacity, pride and genuineness, their women were considered very beautiful, with good features and very dark eyes and hairs.
After 1870 the big walls were built to contain the Tiber floods, this certainly has brought to an increased safety at the expense of all places most characteristic that were on the shore which were destroyed.
Enjoy your Stay!