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Corrado Apartment - Charme Holidays

6 Guests

2 Bedrooms

3 Beds

1 Bathroom

6 Guests

2 Bedrooms

3 Beds

1 Bathroom

Our cosy and bright apartment is located on the second floor of a charming historic building located in the heart of one of the most vibrant areas of Rome. The flat overlooks a tiny and silent courtyard with balconies and terraces of our lovely neighbours. We are in Trastevere district, one of the last areas that have tenaciously maintained an authentic Roman character! Imagine to enjoy the silence and the peace of a once of a time village but being in the heart of a lively and super central area. This is something very special!

The apartment is ideal for two, four or six people. It has been beautifully restored and furnished with taste and attention for the comfort. The accommodation consists of 2 double rooms with double bed, 1 of the rooms can also be a double twin room,  a living room area with the possibility to use the sofa bed, a well-equipped kitchen and a large bathroom with shower. The kitchen and one of the bedrooms have a view on the private courtyard. This means you will be protected from the street noises!
If you want to stay in a smart and beautiful location in the heart of the Rome, our apartment represents the ideal solution!
Crossing the river Tevere you will reach the city Old Centre and all the main touristic attractions in a few minutes walk. Ideal for those who want to explore the Rome  by bike or just walking, the area is also well connected with public transport. The trams 8 and 3 are located on Viale Trastevere, a few hundred meters away from us. With the tram 8 you can reach Piazza Venezia while with Line 3 you can arrive until Villa Borghese and Valle Giulia, through San Lorenzo, known as one of the youngest and most eclectic areas of the city.

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Corrado Apartment - Charme Holidays

Corrado Apartment - Charme Holidays

Corrado Apartment - Charme Holidays

Corrado Apartment - Charme Holidays

Corrado Apartment - Charme Holidays

Corrado Apartment - Charme Holidays

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Children welcome and Smoking not allowed

Location features

Downtown and Town

Kitchen & dining

Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven and Toaster

Internet & office

Wireless Broadband Internet

Heating & cooling

Central heating and Heating available

Bathroom & laundry

Iron & Board, Hair dryer, Shower, Towel-set, Washbasin and Bed linen

House Rules

Children welcome

Smoking not allowed

Check in: 03:00 PM

Check out: 11:00 AM

Location

Via Giacomo Venezian 18 , Rome, Italy

Trastevere, from Latin Trans Tiberim, meaning Beyond the Tiber, was once connected to the rest of the city only through one bridge, the very famous and antique Sublicio bridge. This was the place that fishermen and sailors chose to live because of the proximity to the river. The twisted and irregular narrow streets, witness of a time when the poor people built their homes close to those of the rich, are now the main feature of Trastevere. Thanks to this amazing crossing of streets, alleys and to the light that filters between them, Trastevere is a kaleidoscope of colours, shades and surprising perspectives!
The neighbourhood is one of the most complete and independent of the city: you can easily find bars, pubs, pizzerias, banks, pharmacies, cinemas, markets and still a lot of tiny old craftsmen shops who keep alive the ancient Roman spirit. One of the most beautiful squares, today a cool meeting point for young people, is the Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere. It hosts one of the oldest working fountains of the city while on one of its sides stands the Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere which houses beautiful mosaics depicting moments of everyday life of the Virgin Mary. Trastevere is also well known for the mysterious secrets hidden amongst its many winding streets. Following them you will enter the beauty of Rome's from the main door!

We would be glad to offer you our private pickup service from and to the airports.

It costs from 50 to 60 euros (depending on passengers number).

If you want to do it with other transportation means this is what we suggest:

From Fiumicino:

From Fiumicino take the train (or the Terravision bus)  to Termini Station.

From Ciampino:

take the bus (Terravision or Autostradale) to Termini Station.

Then take the bus line 75 for 18 stops until "Morosini E./Nuovo Regina Margherita" stop. Then walk for 400 meters.

If you prefer a Taxi ride it will approximately cost 50 euros from Fiumicino, 40 euros from Ciampino and 30 euros from Termini Station.

Trastevere, from Latin Trans Tiberim, meaning Beyond the Tiber, was once connected to the rest of the city only through one bridge, the very famous and antique Sublicio bridge. This was the place that fishermen and sailors chose to live because of the proximity to the river. The twisted and irregular narrow streets, witness of a time when the poor people built their homes close to those of the rich, are now the main feature of Trastevere. Thanks to this amazing crossing of streets, alleys and to the light that filters between them, Trastevere is a kaleidoscope of colours, shades and surprising perspectives!
The neighbourhood is one of the most complete and independent of the city: you can easily find bars, pubs, pizzerias, banks, pharmacies, cinemas, markets and still a lot of tiny old craftsmen shops who keep alive the ancient Roman spirit. One of the most beautiful squares, today a cool meeting point for young people, is the Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere. It hosts one of the oldest working fountains of the city while on one of its sides stands the Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere which houses beautiful mosaics depicting moments of everyday life of the Virgin Mary. Trastevere is also well known for the mysterious secrets hidden amongst its many winding streets. Following them you will enter the beauty of Rome's from the main door!

We would be glad to offer you our private pickup service from and to the airports.

It costs from 50 to 60 euros (depending on passengers number).

If you want to do it with other transportation means this is what we suggest:

From Fiumicino:

From Fiumicino take the train (or the Terravision bus)  to Termini Station.

From Ciampino:

take the bus (Terravision or Autostradale) to Termini Station.

Then take the bus line 75 for 18 stops until "Morosini E./Nuovo Regina Margherita" stop. Then walk for 400 meters.

If you prefer a Taxi ride it will approximately cost 50 euros from Fiumicino, 40 euros from Ciampino and 30 euros from Termini Station.

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