A microcosm encapsulating epochs, peoples and living styles. All wound up in a fascinating complex of intertwining medieval streets and dwellings, both aristocratic and common. The sun dappled cobbled streets draped in ivy, punctuated with window boxes; the rattle whizz and purr of precarious mopeds; washing stretched across streets to dry: street vendors, artists, the mouthwatering aroma of freshly baked pizza and "all manner of folk" characterize Trastevere. Literally translated, the word "Trastevere" comes from the Latin "trans Tiberim", meaning "beyond the Tevere Apartment located on a ground floor, in Rome downtown, near the S.Maria in Trastevere cathedral. It has been restored last year. It's a typical Trastvere apartment and it's composed by a living room with double sofa bed, bedroom with king size bed , bathroom with shower , kitchen and a nice internal terrace on the courtyard.