Apartment in the heart of Rome

Apartment in the heart of Rome

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Lorenza

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our home is not big 95 sqm, but very comfortable. Full of light and color. We are very happy here and we are sure you will feel the same. From our windows wherever you look you will see blue skies and tall green trees, birds and silence and yet you are right in the center of ancient, beautiful Rome.

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Who we are

  1. I am a free lance conference interpreter and my partner owns his own company in the textile sector. My daughters Vannie and Connie are two beautiful, well behaved, respectful girls. We love traveling and we love spending time in other countries and get in touch with different habits and different cultures.
    We have an adorable cat: Leo.

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Where is it?

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We live in a very central and beautiful area of Rome, within walking distance to major monumental sites.
Trastevere is vibrant with life that changes over the day, old shops, old roman life, markets, small silent alleys during the day, old churches full of incense and at night street shows and bars and restaurants

What follows is just an example of short walks from our house:
You can walk up to the Gianicolo visiting on the way Saint Peter in Montorio and Bramante’s small temple
Or walk to Porta Settimiana to visit tha Botanical Garden and the Villa Farnesina with Raphael paintings
Or walk to the Tiber island take a stroll along the banks of the river and then reach the Roman ghetto and taste the local artichokes
You can reach Ponte Ssto (Piazza Trilussa) walking through the small alleys in Trastevere. Once you have crossed the bridge, on the other side of the river in a few minutes you will reach Piazza Farnese, Campo dei Fiori and Piazza Navona.

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