Rome Central City Apartment

Rome Central City Apartment

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our comfortable family home is in a 1920ies building with thick walls that keep the heat out in the summer. Overlooking Via Napoleone III on one side, and an inner courtyard on the other, the common area is light and spacious; the kitchen is directly connected to the dining area. Two bedrooms have double beds, a third has a fold-out double bed and the fourth is small but habitable, with a single bed. One bathroom has a shower and the other, a bathtub/jacuzzi. A balcony runs the length of the apartment, framing it with arches: a perfect place for morning coffee.

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Who we are

  1. I am an orchestral musician and I have lived here for the last 20 years raising my three kids, two of whom now live abroad. I have a professional interest in listening to American orchestras, especially the Met and the Chicago Symphony. I also love visiting museums of modern art such as the MOMA or the Chicago Art Institute.

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Your neighbourhood

Located on the edge of the multicultural Esquilino neighborhood, our home is just around the corner from the Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica, a 5 minute walk from Villa Massimo, with its excellent collection of Roman Antiquities, and a relaxed fifteen minute walk from the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Trajan Markets, the Campidoglio/Capitol Hill, Michelangelo's Moses in the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, the Church of San Clemente, Palazzo Venezia, and the Scuderie del Quirinale -- in short, most Roman attractions! Food is easily available by just walking down the stairs/around the corner, and a major covered food market with all sorts of ethnic produce is within a 6 minute walk. In case you wish to go further afield, the central (Termini) station is a relaxed 5 minute walk away, linking you to the rest of Italy and Europe, as well as to the local buses and metro. We will gladly share tips on our favorite places to eat and visit.

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