Cosy little apartment in Rome

Cosy little apartment in Rome

Valentina

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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HI, we are Valentina Alessandro and Anna aur daughter we would like to exchange our
1 bedroom flat, 38 mq, third and last floor without elevator. Newly decorated ,wooden floor and fitted kitchen double bed plus sofa bed in the living room for 1 or 2 people . terrace in common available on the last floor.the flat is situated in the lively and multi-ethnic Torpignattara area . Very close to shops and buses and overground train for termini station . 15 mins away by walking from the cool Pigneto area full of trendy and alternatives bars and clubs.

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Who we are

  1. We are Valentina and Alessandro and Anna our 2 years old daugther. i'm an architect and Alessandro runs a business .We love traveling and due to nature of our jobs we are open to swap offers almost any time of the year. Any questions, please ask. We can send you some pics too.

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the flat is situated in the lively and multi-ethnic Torpignattara area . Very close to shops and buses and overground train for Termini station . 15 mins away by walking from the cool Pigneto area full of trendy and alternatives bars and clubs.

Best restaurants
OSTERIA BONELLI , Fatti di Farina Old Bakery Roma, Necci
Your area's cultural and historical landmarks
Torpignattara is an area of the City of Rome which lies within the territory of the V Municipality of the capital and was known in Roman times as Ad Duas Lauros, “the two laurels” probably because of the presence of two laurel trees, the remains of which have been found here. An Imperial residence, villas and military training camps were situated here. The name “Torpignattara” derives from the Mausoleum of Elena, mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine, containing amphoras or “pignatte”, discovered over the centuries following the gradual crumbling of the building. What was once the mausoleum of the mother of the first Christian emperor of Rome, was nick-named by the people the “tower of amphoras” or “torre delle pignatte”, hence “Torpignattara”. Today the historic part of Torpignattara borders on the quarter of Tuscolano, with the Aqueduct of Alexander. Neighbouring quarters include Pigneto, Mandrione, Casilino and Quadraro.. now is popular,young and multietnic area

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