A very cool, chic, comfortable apartment with true hand made "cotto fiorentino" comes with a fully-equipped kitchen. Centrally located on a quiet upscale street. Modern style and newly renovated. Very close from the subway line "A" stop "Flaminio".
Chic, comfortable and modern apartment right in the center of the city. Walking distance to see all the main attractions and a stones throw away from Villa Borghese. 50 meters from Piazza del Popolo and 200 meters from Piazza di Spagna. An Ideal Apartment for 2 persons or for family with 2 adults + 1 or 2 children. Newly decorated furnishings.
How to get to the apt from Fiumicino airport:
3 ways to reach the apartment:
1) The cheapest (but NOT the fastest) is by bus "Terravision" departs every 20 min. -it takes 55min. to arrive to Stazione Termini- € 6 per person (book on line - cost is €4) .
Then catch METRO line "A"- direction Battistini- -STOP in "Flaminio".
Follow the EXIT (USCITA) for "Piazza del Popolo"- cross the big square - turn into the 1st right (after "Caffè Rosati") into via dell'Oca- the street changes name after few blocks into via Della Penna. The n°59 is on the left side. Push " Le Tre A" - 1st floor- 1st door on the right. (Elevator is avalable)
From Stazione Termini you cold also take a taxi, much easier and the cost is approximately €10.
2) by train -departs every 30min,- it takes 30 min.- cost € 14 per person stop in Roma Termini + metro or taxi (like before)
3) by private car, English speaking driver - I can reserve it for you. The cost is € 50 during daytime. Note: a regular taxi will cost about the same
Interaction with guests
I'll be present at the check in and it's always easy to contact me through my mobile or by email.
Other things to note
Daily tax (Rome regulation) - € 3.50p.pers. to be paid in cash at the arrival
I can offer you a very special tour of Rome with an italian student, Giovanni 20 year, who loves Rome and speaks fluently French and Latin and good English. For ex: 1) Roman's Family, palaces and art galleries (Galleria Colonna, Pamphili, PalazzoBarberini or Galleria Corsini or Galleria Borghese)
or 2) the Churchs in the centre
or 3) biking the Bridges of Rome and quarter Testaccio
There are "paying" parking close by and you can also rent scoter or bicycle close by.
We requests our Guests to please keep the apartment in order and to please take care of it like it was their own.
If you want to smoke, please do so by the windows wide open.
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