About this listing
Bright apartment in Piazza Trevi fountain consists of a bedroom / living room kitchen and bathroom. very cozy and tastefully furnished, the apartment is complete with linens, TV, washing machine, iron and small oven. The kitchen is fully equipped. the bed is a queen and a half with the possibility of a second single bed. it's possible to ask Wireless internet in the apartment but it has a cost a part
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The Trevi area is named for the Trevi Fountain, the beautiful late Baroque fountain situated in the middle of the rectangular-shaped neighbourhood. The area is bordered by Via del Corso on its west and short end, Via Tritone/Via Barberini on its northern length and Via Nazionale on its southern length. Though Trevi Fountain may be its main point of reference, Via del Tritone (northern length) runs along Piazza del Tritone with its famous Triton astride a shell fountain, another excellent reference point. In addition, Quirinale Palace is the best focal point for the south-eastern area of the district.
Trevi is bordered by Colonna, Ancient City, Ludovisi and Monti. The Colonna area is famous for shopping around Piazza di Spagna, while the Ancient City area is dominated by the traces of Ancient Rome including Roman Forum and Coliseum. Ludovisi is known for the elegant hotels on Via Vittorio Veneto. Monti is best known as Rome's bohemian neighbourhood.
Know your neighbours
The Trevi area is primarily known as a business district. Shops, along with hotels, line up and down Via del Tritone, Via del Corso and via Nazionale. In general, these busy commercial areas mean there are many day-trippers and tourists. But in the very same palazzos and also on the side streets are several residential properties filled with families and private individuals. Though there are very few accommodating squares that facilitate any form of chatting, you will run into your neighbours for early morning and late afternoon dog walking, and during a trip to the local outdoor market, bar or dry cleaner.
Trevi has three main shopping streets: Via del Tritone, Via del Corso and Via Nazionale. These three streets are peppered with many of the same brands you may find at an Italian shopping mall. Standard names and a decent range of quality from shops such as Benetton, Calzedonia, Stefanel and Frette appear on all of these streets. And they often have some of our favourite kitsch souvenir shops, especially when looking for a miniature gladiator costume. Take your time on these roads as you may find some surprises like Dada, one-of-a-kind women's clothing boutique, and Mitsukoshi, a Japanese department store. Supermarkets and hardware shops are harder to find but make for a great excuse to talk to your neighbours.
With at least three main streets running through the neighbourhood, Trevi is easily connected to all areas of Rome, from the Stadium in the north to Testaccio in the south. From the Trevi area, you can effortlessly walk to the Centre, Villa Borghese and likewise Termini station, if at all necessary. For a broader area, Rome's public transportation system ATAC offers bus and metro links.
Buses (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) connect the neighbourhood with Piazza Venezia, Centre area, Trastevere and Testaccio as well as Parioli, Piazza Mancini (stadium), Nomentana, Termini and Tiburtina stations and Villa Borghese. Barberini on Linea A (red line) is Trevi's main metro stop and connects Trevi with Termini, Piazza di Spagna and Vaticano.
Other Things to Note
check in: never after 22.00 pm
check out: never after 15.00 pm