About this listing
Cedro 4 Apartment is located in a beautiful seventeenth century building, in Vicolo del Cedro 21, right in the heart of Trastevere one of the most famous and popular areas of Rome.
This characteristic 45 sq flat is on the second floor of the building, it sleeps up to 4 people and features beautiful antique ceramic floors.
The accommodation has a living room with a dining room, a prestigious wooden table with 4 chairs, 2 bedrooms - a double bed one and a two single beds one, a fully equipped kitchen cabinet, a bathroom with en-suite shower, towels and toiletries.
The apartment also offers free satellite TV, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, central heating and a shared terrace of 70 sq with deck chairs and sun loungers.
A shuttle service can be organised on request.
Trastevere, the heart of the city, home to major Italian dialectical poet Gioachino Belli and the inspiration for another, Trilussa. It is precisely here that Roman plebeians were born and raised. Amid piazzas, its “Fontanone” fountain and cobblestoned streets, the “Trasteverini” led in ancient times the lives of the common people, whose pride and sincere character as well as beautiful women set them apart from the “nobility”. Today the district is still amongst Rome’s most beautiful and characteristic: the hub of nightlife and wining and dinning, an open air theatre of marvellous piazzas (Piazza Trilussa, Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, Piazza San Cosimato ..), churches and historical alleys, all of which are marked by that distinctive timeless “Roman” flavour.
There is nothing more pleasant than an evening stroll through Testaccio, the working-class district, situated between Via Marmorata, the Aurelian Walls and the River Tiber, where true Roma soccer supporters are born and bred. Sense the rather original atmosphere of a zone heaving with restaurants, bars and clubs, making the area around Monte Testaccio highly popular with night-lifers.
The Monte dei Cocci, or Monte Testaccio, is a real and proper “waste tip”, an artificial mound dating from the Roman era rising in the very heart of the city. The ancient Romans in fact used to dump their broken pieces of pottery and fragments of oil amphorae which had arrived for market and been unloaded at the nearby river port on the Tiber. This gathering pile of earthenware over time swelled into a hill, where today a pleasant stroll may be taken hunting for exciting relics dating from the third century A.D. Then in the following centuries, grottos were dug, used as cellars and stables, which have been turned into restaurants and disco-pubs, popular haunts for the nightlifers.
Additional costs: Euro 30 for arrivals after 21:00, after 24:00 euro 50.
Additional costs: Euro 3,50 city tax a person a night.
Guests are required to communicate their expected time of arrival in advance in order to arrange check-in.