Quaint studio apartment with fantastic shared garden with a second studio in the center of Rome, Trastevere district.
Situated close to local historians, but not on the main street. The night relaxation and tranquility are guaranteed.
The medieval-style studio offers a bedroom, bathroom, TV and kitchen.
The mini living room, overlooking a characteristic Roman garden, surrounded by historic buildings of Trastevere.
In the garden you may enjoy your morning coffee or magnificent Roman evening by preparing savory appetizers or BBQ.
Our guests will have access to their studio, the garden and a mini living room shared with another studio, adjacent but separate entrance.
I'll be happy to welcome you to give you all the information you need about accommodation and especially about life in Trastevere and Rome.
I will remain available should you wish to reach me by phone.
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Trastevere is the Rione XIII of Rome. The name comes from the Latin trans Tiberim (over the Tiber ) , the name of one of the Augustan regions . Its logo is a golden head of a lion on a red background .
At the time of the origins of the Eternal City area of Trastevere was a hostile land as belonging to the Etruscans, the bitter enemies of Rome and the Romans seized it by force to control the river on both sides . Its importance was primarily strategic , and was connected to the rest of the city only by a slender bridge : the Sublicio .
In the Republican age the area was populated by sailors and fishermen to the vicinity of the Tiber, as well as Jews and Syrians , which explains the presence of temples and places of worship east. The area started to become an integral part of the city later , becoming one of the fourteen regions divided by Augustus in Rome .
The irregularity of the streets of Trastevere, the tortuosity of its streets and alleyways that characterize the district goes back to the Middle Ages , a time when it was visible the strong contrast of the hovels of the poor people massed on the houses of the nobles of the time. Moreover, the presence of locksmiths , architectural elements protruding from the facades of the houses made difficult the passage of wagons. The streets had no type of flooring until the end del'400 when Pope Sixtus IV made her first paved with bricks arranged in a herringbone pattern and then with the more typical cobblestones .
In 1586 Pope Sixtus V fixed the 14 districts of Rome ideally continuing the urban planning of the previous Augustan regions , Trastevere became the thirteenth with the incorporation of the Borgo district . Thanks to its partial isolation and the remarkable multicultural trasteverini have always been in the folk tradition , a people near unto itself characterized by pride , tenacity and authenticity.
In 1744 Pope Benedict XIV made a revision of the boundaries of the districts in Trastevere giving the current boundaries , and in 1870 the district was equipped with the " walls " to stem the periodic flooding of the river , architectural work , this , that wiped out in one fell swoop all more characteristics houses located on the shore. The district owes much of his fame as well as the acknowledged beauty even in its copious (website hidden) evidence that makes it one of the most charming places in Rome.
Between the end of the ' 800 and the beginning of the twentieth century became fairly well known figure of Romeo Ottaviani said "er tinea ," the bully of the neighborhood , also called " the most er de ' Trastevere ', stabbed dead for a showdown in the way Moro and forcefully entered the popular imagination. It is also said that at night a few appearances in the district appear in the semi-deserted streets to proclaim to all those who are facing what awaits them after death. Whether they are ghosts or simple wags this is not always easy to say, but you continue to hear stories of ghosts and magic in Rome for centuries ( an old saying tells us that the Romans are accustomed to living with otherworldly presences ) .
The night is filled Trastevere also decidedly more earthly presence of other guys, Italians and foreigners who flock to the many clubs and pubs dotted along its streets . It is one of the most lively , characteristic and self-sufficient city . It offers taverns, typical Roman restaurants ( the very famous collegiate " Cenci " and " dirty word " because of the mutual insults between staff and customers, " Rugantino " and " from Gigetto " ) and pizzerias , as well as cinemas, markets ( to San Cosimato has been renovated just recently ), banks, pharmacies, supermarkets, shops shops of all kinds. The main places of attraction for boys and girls are especially Trilussa square , the adjacent local "Brakes and Clutches " , one of Rome's most popular meeting place for the classic "Aperitivo " , Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere (where clearly c ' is the Roman church of the same name ) and the bar " Callisto" popular until the first light of dawn.
The summer after the events on the Tiber contribute strongly to the tireless nocturnal movement of the neighborhood ..
Well connected with all parts of the city and is easily accessible on foot or by taxi or own car on two wheels.
Please feel free to ask
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||$71 / night after 2 guests|
|Minimum Stay:||2 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$960 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$3841 /month|
|Check In:||3:00 PM|
|Check Out:||10:00 AM|
This place was really special, lovely and old, and meticulously placed beautiful items. We never wanted to leave. Warm and homely, and really dark at night, we slept like logs. The neighbourhood is incredible also, full of markets, restaurants and awesome nightlife...The apartment was quiet but just a hop, skip and a jump into the action. We absolutely loved staying here.
appartement tres bien situé
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