About this listing
Ideal for one or two people, this is a new, fully equipped apartment, located along the quiet Via dei Salumi street in Trastevere - from where you will be able to easily reach most tourist attractions.
Ideal for 1 to 2 people, Da Audrey is brand new and fully-equipped with a kitchen, a fridge, a bathroom with a shower, a washing machine, a double bed (2 pax), a closet, a table with chairs, a TV, Wi-Fi, towels, sheets and a hairdryer.
Surrounded by many of the most important sites and monuments of the Italian capital such as l'Isola Tiberina, Campo dé Fiori, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon or il Vittoriano, this studio offers a number of different paths that all lead to history and beauty.
Interaction with Guests
Considering I live next door, you can just knock whenever you need something, if I'm around I'll be delighted to help. Otherwise you can always send me a text or an email, and I'll make sure to answer as quickly as possible.
Trastevere is like a big stage. There you will witness the real Rome.
From there, you can do everything by foot.
Still, bus 23 can take you to the Vatican.
Tram 8 can take you to Trastevere Station.
The H Bus can take you to Termini Station.
No smoking allowed.
Please love it and enjoy it as if this home were yours.
The place was kept clean and tidy and had all the amenities that we needed especially the air conditioning as our stay was during the summer, Julia was very efficient in responding to our requests and messages and solving the internet issue that we had during our arrival.
Our stay at Julia's place was clean, cozy and comfortable. The apartment was like a little cultured nook with books, kitchen, aircon,(hot summer) awesome bathroom and enough space for two people to have lots of cloths spilling out of their luggage
We had a wonderful 3 night stay, the apartment was in a perfect location to explore Rome by foot, and had everything we required including air con and a washing machine. It has been our best AirBNB experience as Julia was a great host, always prompt with communication and happy to provide us with a map and suggestions of where to eat and what to see. We definitely would return here and recommend The apartment for anyone traveling to Rome!
Julia was very helpful anytime we reached out to her during our stay. The apartment was very cute - the bathroom is adorable and felt very cozy. The neighborhood felt very safe and there were many incredible restaurants and bars just minutes or less walk away. She has a complete guide of attractions, restaurants, tips and such in a guide book at the apartment. The apartment was very nicely located - 25 minutes at a nice pace to the Forum and main architectural attractions. Would absolutely stay here again.
The apartament was very clean and well located. There are several restaurants in the area but at home ,no noise was felt. Julia is a very kind host and always available to help whenever necessary. We enjoyed our 1 week vacation and also thanks to Julia's house.
My girlfriend and I recently stayed at Da Audrey and had nothing short of an excellent experience! This was our first time using Airbnb and Julia's very accommodating assistance in coordinating a taxi pick-up from the airport, directions, and punctuality certainly played a very helpful role. Da Audrey is a lovely flat in a charming neighborhood and we would highly recommend it to anyone traveling to Rome. Within walking distance to all major tourist attractions and numerous, outstanding cafes/restaurants very close to Da Audrey. Thank you, Julia, for making this a memorable trip and being such a fantastic and accommodating host!
great neighborhood, safe and quiet, great restaurants close by.
description of apt was accurate. location was perfect. hosts were very responsive.
julian and julia made us feel very welcome. answered all questions and had resources available to give us our orientation to roma. it was a wonderful experience.
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About the Host, Julia
My international background and education luckily led to the creation of unusual bonds with people from all over the globe. For this, I was often granted the outstanding opportunity to "feel home away from home" and - just like Miss Gilbert - traveling soon turned out to be "the great true love of my life..."
When I travel, I want to go beyond the hotel chains or standard guidebooks. I want to feel what the internet is unable to transmit. For a few days, I want to read the reality of a city and its inhabitants; live how they live, go where they go, eat what they eat, drink what they drink...To me, that is what adds meaning to traveling, thus it is the meaning I like to add to those who travel!