Your Luxury Vatican Apartment between St Peters Basilica and Castel Sant'Angelo!

Your Luxury Vatican Apartment between St Peters Basilica and Castel Sant'Angelo!


Mar 2015

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Discover the city on foot, or take the tourist buses nearby ! This gorgeous apartment is really between St Peters Basilica and Castel Sant'Angelo. One of the most beautiful parts of Rome all year round.
This newly renovated property is extremely spacious and fantastically laid out. It boasts a modern full size designer kitchen with everything you can imagine: Washing machine, dish washer, toaster, kettle, Italian coffee machine, coffee machine, oven and large fridge. In the lounge room you will find a flat screen TV, the internet wifi router and DVD player and a queen size sofa bed that can easily sleep 2 adults.
Then head down the hall past the breakfast bar to the gorgeous bathroom with large rainfall shower head and a bath tub for the moments were you just want to relax, we also provide a Hair dryer. Then next to the bathroom is a uniquely laid out bedroom with walk in his and hers wardrobes and a queen size bed.
The private courtyard is another entertaining area with bench style seats, small bathroom and its a really nice spot to relax in the morning or night. The property is very quiet, safe and a nice spot to sleep in.
Nestled between the Vatican and Castel Sant’Angelo, amongst one of Rome’s most affluent and sought after areas. Here you will be surrounded by a plethora of restaurants and bars and one of Rome’s biggest shopping districts, Via Cola di Rienzo. Also the coffee in this area is great, coffee lovers dont be scared to venture out for a cup.
You can also walk from here to Piazza Navona in 10 minutes. Everything is just a stroll away, including the Vatican museum.
Bus services and Trams are available in the area. Being connected wont be a problem.
You can even get to Santa Severa Beach from here by way of train (40 min).

Everything they see in the photos :)
New AC installed and Central heating available.
San Pietro- in the shadows of the Basilica you will find this regal area of Rome, amazing restaurants, gelateria's and coffee bars all around you. A short walk away you will also find some great shopping on Via Cola di Rienzo.
The area is generally very safe for both people and cars and the apartment is very quiet.


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  1.  Strong vocation in relating to people from different cultures and nationalities, being able to adapt communication to requirements and to specific personal, work-related, religious or cultural awareness

  2. the passion for travel and the familiarity with highly intense sites from an metropolitan point of view such as New York, London, Paris, and from a natural point of view such as Mahgreb, Egypt and Latin America

  3. Meaningful interest for intercultural communication, very good adaptation and social skills

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
just everywhere!
Cool bars
just everywhere!
Cozy cafés
just everywhere!
Bit of culture
Borgo Pio, or more fondly known as ‘the Borgo’, is the tiny, medieval neighborhood just adjacent to Vatican City. The area was redeveloped in the early Renaissance period for pope- and patrician-owned homes, creating today’s picturesque enclave. Primarily pedestrian, the Borgo has a continual flow of visitors thanks to its proximity to the Vatican. The intimate Borgo area is a small enclave immediately east of the Vatican. The Tiber River is its eastern border. Important landmarks in the area are the Passetto, the long, above-ground passageway connecting the Vatican to Castel Sant’Angelo (another excellent point of reference), and Palazzo della Giustizia, the Italian higher court building, at Piazza Cavour. As stated above, the Vatican is the Borgo’s western border, noted by the large dome of St. Peter's Cathedral. To its north is Prati, a lovely, turn-of-the-century residential neighbourhood. To its south is Trastevere, a vivacious hangout with Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere as its centre. Borgo Pio is easily connected to the centre of Rome, as it just a bridge’s crossing away.
Walks in the park
Borgo Pio is in a very convenient location, easily linked to all areas by foot, bus or metro. From Borgo, you can easily walk to the Vatican, Piazza del Popolo and the historic centre. ATAC, Rome’s public transportation system, has extensive bus, tram and metro connections. Buses 23, 81, 280, 271, 490, 492 connect to the Stadium, Ponte Milvio, Monte Mario, Centre, Testaccio, Janiculum, Piazza Venezia, Villa Borghese, and Tiburtina and Termini stations. Bus hubs can be found at Porta Pia/Via della Conciliazione. In addition, you are within walking distance of Piazza Risorgimento, in Prati, with a bus and tram hub. Tram 19 connects to Villa Borghese and Nomentana, with links to Auditorium and San Lorenzo.
Spot of exercise
Villa Borghese, Villa Ada, running at lungotevere
Day tripping
Fregene Beach, Santa Severa, Poggio Mirteto, Viterbo termae, Calcata, Riano, Sacrofano, Ostia Beach

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