APARTMENT ROME - REPUBBLICA - Via Filippo Turati - # 726
Comfortable apartment set steps away from Termini Train Station, walking distance from San Maria MAggiore, Piazza della Repubblica, near transports such as buses, tramways, subways and trains that will allow you to reach the other parts of the city, near shops and restaurants;
45m2 apartment and its 55m2 terrace set on the 7th floor with elevator is composed of :
With sofa, coffee table, bookshelves, TV, dvd player, armchairs, chest of drawers, table and chairs, window;
In the veranda, fully equipped with gas stove, gas oven, fridge and freezer, washing machine, microwave, moka coffee machine, cupboards and utensils, door window leading to the terrace;
#1- open on the living room with frech size bed, bedside tables ;
#2- With french size bed, bedside tables, wardrobe, window;
With shower, sink, bidet, wc, window;
On 2 floors, with table and chair;
Independent heating, TV, dvd player, washing machine, microwave, internet ADSL/ WiFi, terrace, elevator.
The attic is on the seventh floor of a historical palace of the late 19th century. The apartment consist of living room, fully equipped kitchen on the veranda, 2 bedrooms (1 mezzanine bed), bathroom, two levelled rooftop terrace.
The elevated position allows to enjoy a great tranquility and yet to be in a very central area of Rome. You need a 5 minutes’ walk to reach the apartment from Termini station, that means directly from the track where the Leonardo Express arrives from Fiumicino airport. From here it’s easy to reach the historical sights of Rome, too. To get to the Roman Forum it takes just 15 minutes by foot. Alternatively by underground from Termini station you arrive directly to the Colloseum in 5 minutes.
By staying in the Esquiline district you have a great opportunity to plunge into Rome’s daily life. A historic district where you can enjoy the architecture of the 19th century, its churches and its famous restaurants.
The park of Piazza Vittorio is a nice attraction, an alternative to the traditional tourist paths. In fact inside this park you can visit the MAGIC DOOR, not very known but very charming. Last but not least is the Piazza Vittorio market, one of the largest and most colorful markets in Rome. Built in the early 20th century in Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, it was transferred in 2001 to a large indoor facility in the immediate proximity of the square. In 2001 the historical Ambra Jovinelli Theatre reopens and becomes one of the cultural centres of attraction of the city.
|Space offered||Entire place|
|Bed type||Real bed|