Designer decorated PH with huge terrace in the heart of downtown Rome.

Designer decorated PH with huge terrace in the heart of downtown Rome.

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 baths

About our home

On three levels, this pad has it all. Tons of light, designer furniture, hard-wood floors, gourmet kitchen, washer/dryer, AC, 52' plasma TV, cable, stereo, treadmill, huge furnished terrace with outdoor kitchen and BBQ. The neighborhood boasts the best restaurants, coffee shops, gourmet specialty stores, ice-cream and pizza joints. Two minute walk to Campo dei Fiori and the Jewish Ghetto; five minute walk to Trastevere, the Pantheon, Piazza Farnese and Piazza Navona. Lots of public transportation for other attractions. Please note it is a third-floor walk up.


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  1. I usually travel alone or with a friend and work in the film industry.
  2. I love and practice all sports that do not involve teams.
  3. I have a passion for the written word.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Trattoria Moderna for great local food; San Lorenzo for seafood; Pier Luigi's for an expensive treat that is entirely worth it; Costanza for a hearty meal; La Quercia for Roman specialties; Al Bric for great food with an endless wine list; ....the list goes on and on, but basically, anywhere you go, the food will be remarkably good.
Cool bars
Walk to Campo dei Fior (2 min) or Trastevere (5 min) and take your pick. My favorites are Enoteca Ferrari and Vino e Oli.
Cozy cafés
Don't miss out on a lazy breakfast (not quite brunch) in the sun or an aperitif at Caffe' Farnese (3 min walk). The beauty and vibe of the piazza by the same name will get you hooked on Rome!
Retail therapy
Via dei Giubbonari and Via del Governo Vecchio are lined with seriously wicked temptation.
Bit of culture
There is too much to see! My favorites are the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, il Chiostro del Bramante; Sant' Andrea Della Valle; and Pinacoteca Spada - only minutes away on foot.
Walks in the park
Villa Borghese is magnificent.
Spot of exercise
Jog or take a bike ride (rent anywhere) along the Tiber river.
Day tripping
There is very little tipping here. Cabs expect no tip. Five to ten % of your restaurant bill is fine.

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