TRASTEVERE BRIGHT AND TYPICAL AP

Apartment - Entire home/apt · Via dei Fienaroli, Rome, Lazio 00153, Italy

Our apartment is a cozy place in the heart of the mythical Trastevere, its wooden ceilings will tell the story of the Middle Ages, we wanted to furnish it in vintage style. From Trastevere you can walk to the major attractions.

The Space

Bright and typical apartment in the heart of Rome, via dei Fienaroli, in Trastevere Area. It's very near to Santa Maria in Trastevere's Square and to all most beautiful Roman's monuments, it is an excellent solution for those who love the old town and walks through the Trastevere's little streets that offer a wide variety of attractions. This neighborhood is also the heart of Roman's Nightlife. Moreover, from here it is possible to reach on foot the most important historic sites and churches.Our apartment is perfect to accomodate two people, it consists of one double bedroom, a living room with sofa, the entrance hall, a fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom with shower.For furnishing the apartment we intended to maintain an Old Style of times gone by in accordance with the neighborhood. We hope this will be funny to our guests. Costs, bed linen and towels are included in the price. Free Internet WiFi.
Below you find some general directions to reach the apartment by public transportation:From Fiumicino Airport there is a Metro line that’ll get you from the Rome airport into the city. It’s the FM1 line, called Sabina-Fiumicino, and it stops at Trastevere Station, then you can take the tram n. 8 to the Stop “Belli”; from there you proceed on foot for few minutes.From Ciampino Airport you can take a bus (Terravision) to the Termini Station and then you can take the bus n.H to the stop “Belli” or you can take the bus n.64 to the stop “Largo Argentina” and then the tram n.8 to the stop “Belli”; from there you proceed on foot for few minutes.You can see that in these directions there are also contained informations to reach the apartment from Termini Station or from Trastevere Station.We want to inform you that we can offer you a pick up service from the Airport to the apartment, the price is 50 euro. Let us know if you are interested about it.About Trastevere:Our Trastevere’s neighborhood is known as the most typical of the city.During the day, in its narrow streets you sense the atmosphere of the ‘800 quiet life, thanks to the preservation of its historical sites and of the ancient craft shops.The cobbled streets are mostly car-free, the restauratnts and cafes serve up some of the cheapest eats you’ll find in Rome and it’s good too, the square in front of Santa Maria in Trastevere church is very charming.During the evening Trastevere becomes the heart of the Roman nightlife and it’s very easy to lose yourself between several pubs, disco bar or pizzerias.Trastevere Borgo was very important since the age of the Roman Emperor Augustus, he wanted to extend the Rome’s boundaries to this “Regio Transtiberina”, before that time it was occupied by the (website hidden) becames the seat of important Roman villas of which have been found some (website hidden) the Middle Age, Trastevere was a labyrinth of winding narrow streets, the contrast between rich houses and small houses of poorest people was very strong.Due to the partial isolation (Trastevere was beyond the Tiber) and multicultural environment since the time of the ancient Rome, its people were up like a separate population: “trasteverini”, commoners known by their tenacity, pride and genuineness, their women were considered very beautiful, with good features and very dark eyes and hairs.After 1870 the big walls were built to contain the Tiber floods, this certainly has brought to an increased safety at the expense of all places most characteristic that were on the shore which were destroyed.

Guest Access

The apartment is completely available to our guests, there are no shared spaces with owners or other guests.

Interaction with Guests

Our guests are always welcome and we'll always be happy to to listen to any of your questions, we will try to be of assistance in your stay in Rome.
Even if we are not physically present during your stay, after checking in, you can always contact us via telephone and/or email and we will be happy to assist you for any eventuality.

The Neighborhood

Our Trastevere’s neighborhood is known as the most typical of the city.
During the day, in its narrow streets you sense the atmosphere of the ‘800 quiet life, thanks to the preservation of its historical sites and of the ancient craft shops.
The cobbled streets are mostly car-free, the restauratnts and cafes serve up some of the cheapest eats you’ll find in Rome and it’s good too, the square in front of Santa Maria in Trastevere church is very charming.
During the evening Trastevere becomes the heart of the Roman nightlife and it’s very easy to lose yourself between several pubs, disco bar or pizzerias.
Trastevere Borgo was very important since the age of the Roman Emperor Augustus, he wanted to extend the Rome’s boundaries to this “Regio Transtiberina”, before that time it was occupied by the Etruscans.

Getting around

Below you find some general directions to reach the apartment by public transportation:
From Fiumicino Airport there is a Metro line that’ll get you from the Rome airport into the city. It’s the FM1 line, called Sabina-Fiumicino, and it stops at Trastevere Station, then you can take the tram n. 8 to the Stop “Belli”; from there you proceed on foot for few minutes.
From Ciampino Airport you can take a bus (Terravision) to the Termini Station and then you can take the bus n.H to the stop “Belli” or you can take the bus n.64 to the stop “Largo Argentina” and then the tram n.8 to the stop “Belli”; from there you proceed on foot for few minutes.
You can see that in these directions there are also contained informations to reach the apartment from Termini Station or from Trastevere Station.
We want to inform you that we can offer you a pick up service from the Airport to the apartment, the price is 50 euro.

Other Things to Note

We are happy to welcome you!!!

Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Extra people: $28 / night after the first guest
Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Cleaning Fee: $14
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Cancellation: Strict

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  • The flat is bright and very clean and is an easy 20-30 min walk from all of the main sights! There is a fabulous restaurant right next door that does student discounts and Trastevre is a great area. The flat had a bedroom with a large bed and wardrobe, a living room with a dining table and sofa, a small but very usable kitchen, and a bathroom. The bedroom and kitchen are both very bright and have big windows to open on a nice day. The whole flat is fabulous- I'd only caution light sleepers as the area is very lively at night and the sound carries. Overall very clean and nice and Ada and Nuccio were very accommodating.

    March 2014
  • Very cute apartment and perfect for our 5 night stay. Communication was prompt and friendly. Lots of useful information about how to get there from the airport and the surrounding neighbourhood was provided. The apartment's location in Trastevere was exactly what we were looking for - close enough to the main attractions but not too 'touristy'. Lots of good value restaurants and public transport links nearby. Overall we would have no hesitations in staying here again!

    March 2014
  • We had a very nice time in the appartment.

    March 2014
  • Very conveniently located for walking to other sights in Rome. Good restaurants and bars nearby. Not as touristy as other parts of Rome, but we heard plenty of American, Irish, and English accents on the streets. Be sure to check out Saint Cecelia's church nearby--off the beaten path and peaceful. Ada provided a website for gluten free restaurants in Rome that was helpful. There are also brochures and guidebooks in the apartment. Kitchen was small but OK. We liked GF pizza and pasta at Mama Eats just 2 blocks away. Pizza at Marni was also good but not gluten-free. H Bus is not reliable from Belli stop to Termini However, H Bus was good to get from Termini to Belli the night we arrived.

    February 2014
  • Ada and Nuccio were charming hosts, who were very flexible and responsive when our flight was delayed. The apartment has everything that you could need for a short-term stay in Rome - although the kitchen is better suited to preparing simple meals than anything elaborate. The apartment is is a wonderful location, in what must be the nicest suburb in central Rome. We loved wondering through the neighborhood, which amazingly manages to feel authentic in spite of the tourists. The cinema bookshop opposite the apartment also operates as a bar, and makes a lovely place to relax over a glass of wine. We would be very happy to stay here again.

    February 2014
  • A very pleasant apartment - warm in rainy February - with all that we needed and helpful, unobtrusive hosts. Great location - a short walk over the bridge to the Largo di Argentina.

    February 2014
  • The house is really beautiful, right in the heart of Trastevere, a real Rome experience. Ada and Nuccio are very kind hosts and they make your stay as comfortable as possible.

    February 2014
  • Ada e Nuccios place is top. The neighboorhood is trendy at night, offers individual small shops during the day and many tasty options to enjoy italian food. The appartment has all you need: charme, comfort and a homy atmosphere - whatever age you are. It is very quiet at night so you can find great rest for (email hidden)ly city. Next time in Rome. I would choose Ada e Nuccios Place again.

    January 2014
  • The flat is very nice and cosy! Everything was clean and very well prepared for a wonderful stay in Rome. The flat is perfect located in trastevere in a very nice and calm street with a lot of wonderful bars an restaurants surrounded. Ada and Nuccio are very fiendly and helpfull hosts. I really recommend this accommodation!

    January 2014
  • My wife and I stayed at Ada and Nuccio's flat the week prior to Christmas and I have to say it could not have been a better experience.

    We were met at the flat by their friend Fabrizzio who was very helpful and recommended a local pizzeria where I had the best pizza I’ve ever had (ai Marmi). Seriously, it was spiritual awaking. It’s also on the same street as the best little bistro I’ve eaten in (Meridionale).

    The flat is lovely and spacious and is kitted out with anything you would need. It is located in a beautiful area with loads to do and is very conveniently located to the city centre of Rome. My wife and I walked everywhere for 5 days and never once used any form of transport.

    While we were out exploring Rome during the day we spent every night in Trastavere. There are so many bars and restaurants to choose from we never felt the need to go across the Tiber at night, although it would have been easy to do so. The benefit of Trastavere other than charm was the prices. We found eating out there to be far more reasonable than other areas of Rome.
    I do not know what to say beyond I cannot wait to stay here again.

    Although I did not get to meet Ada and Nuccio I corresponded with them several times through email, each time they were very kind and responded very quickly.

    I cannot imagine having a better time and I will stay here again soon!

    December 2013
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