This marvelous and spacious Rome apartment is located in Gianicolense zone of the Trastevere and on the Janiculum zone, away from the crowd and busy streets yet in the historical center, its balcony renders the apartment very luminous as the sunshine penetrates the living room additionally it offers a relaxing place where you can enjoy fresh Roman air and breathtaking panorama of Janiculum. Just across the street, you will find yourself amazed with the botanical plants and statues of mythological figures as well as a holy copse at the Villa Sciarra, one of the most famous gardens in Italy. And up on the hill at Piazza Garibaldi which is just 5 minutes away, you will be on topmost part of the Eternal City and you will experience the most beautiful panorama in Rome, and up ahead in few minutes walk, the St. Peter's Square in Vatican City welcomes you.
When you're tired, you can always find public transportations which are interconnected to get from historical center and to the apartment, surely all roads lead to Rome. Bars and all types of restaurants, pizzerias, trattorias are just couple of minutes away, you will surely enjoy Roman life in a life in a simple yet classy way. We even have handful of restaurants to recommend you.
This stunning Rome apartment measures 190 square meters and compose of 3 comfortable and spacious bedrooms, wide and bright living room, decorated with a nice and simple taste, wide collections of artistic painting are hanging by the wall added colorful touches, mixed with a touch of modern style, parquet floors and marble floors, full kitchen, dining room and 2 ample bathrooms both with bathtub to make your stay the most delightful.
This property can accommodate maximum 8 persons in the most comfortable way.
This wonderful apartment is located on the second floor of the old restored elegant residential building and positioned in an extremely quiet neighborhood and very safe. This apartment is ideal to people who love to explore the historical spots in Rome at daytime and enjoy the total silence at home during nighttime, you could actually hear the droplets of Roman fountain outside. Just a few minutes walk, you will be in the heart of Trastevere and access the Santa Cecilia in Trastevere Church which was built during the third Century. Every footstep is an event, few steps away are Campo di Fiori and Piazza Navona, Colosseo, Circo Massimo, Foro Imperiali and as such, and the famous flea market "Porta Portese" which is open every Sunday is nearby where you can find rare Roman antics.
I live in Caserta, northern part of Naples and when I come in Rome, i always find the neighborhood of Janiculum the very nice and quiet place, that's why i bought a property in the said location.