Bonheur Monti in the heart of Rome

Bonheur Monti in the heart of Rome

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

The flat is very spacious and refurbished, fully equipped, central. Located in the heart of the most trendy area of Rome. There is a very large triple bedroom with a double bed and a single bed. In the very quiet living room there is a sofa bed and a comfortable double-bed placed onto the wooden mezzanine. The kitchen is very cute and has a large fridge, washing machine and dishwasher.Soap for these machines is included as well as handsoap, oil, salt, coffee and sugar. The outside patio is very characteristic and gives you a unique view of the roman charming historical centre.

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Who we are

  1. A was born in Rome but my mom is swiss and my father is french.
    I love travelling since I am very young .
    I am fond of contemporary art and litterature as well as of photography.

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A little bit of history about the surroundings:
Suburra (usually spelled Subura in antiquity) was an area of the city of Rome, Italy located below the Murus Terreus on the Carinae. In ancient Roman times, it was a crowded lower-class area that was also notorious as a red-light district. It lies in the dip between the southern end of the Viminal and the western end of the Esquiline hills. Most of its inhabitants lived in insulae, tall apartment buildings with tabernae on the ground floor.
Julius Caesar grew up in a family home (domus) in the Suburra district, as the Suburra had grown up around the property many years before his birth.

nowadays it is a very fashionable area full of little vintage boutiques and good restaurands and wineries.

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