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grazioso e tranquillo appartamento privato in area di Roma ricca di storia e di movida, a due passi del centro (2 fermate metro da Colosseo), ideale per 2 o 4 persone. Nel cuore di Piramide, tra le piu’ autentiche zone della citta’. Metro B e Treno per l’Aeroporto di Fiumicino a 3 minuti a piedi.

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Se cercate un'appartamento accogliente e tranquillo dopo un lungo giorno di sightseeing nella bellissima Roma questo e' il vostro posto!!!
L'unita' e' situata in una strada molto tranquilla ma a due passi dalla vibrante area di Piramide/Testaccio, piena di gente del posto, locali, caffetterie, gelaterie e tipiche Trattorie romane. Primo piano con ascensore, ideale per 2/4 persone. Metro Piramide (linea B) a 3' minuti a piedi (2 fermate da Colosseo), stazione ferroviaria Roma Ostiense (treno diretto per Fiumicino) a 5' minuti di cammino, numerosi bus diurni e notturni, Linea Roma Lido (per Ostia Antica e spiaggie di Ostia) a 3' minuti a piedi.

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Uso cucina, stanza da pranzo e bagno: asciugamani e lenzuola incluse. Nella stanza da pranzo - nel caso di piu’ di due ospiti - confortevole divano letto con materasso extra per renderlo ancora piu' comodo.
Riscaldamento in inverno e unita’ a/c nella camera da letto in estate.
L'appartamento e' composto da un ingresso, una cucina, un bagno e due camere di circa 20mq, con tutto cio' di cui avere bisogno per un piacevole soggiorno a Roma. Una delle soluzioni piu' economiche nella zona.

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Do you have 1 and 2 days to visit Rome? Well, make yourself comfortable and discover with us the practical guide of Rome that we offer. We will show you the 10 absolutely unmissable itineraries, to do on foot with your children or using public transport, to see at least once in your life while visiting Rome.

Rome, the 10 unmissable places.

1. WHAT TO SEE IN ROME: THE COLOSSEUM
The Colosseum

We do not believe that a presentation is needed to declare the Colosseum as the most important and well-known monument in Rome, so much so that it has become the symbol of the city itself. Unesco heritage and one of the new seven wonders of the world, the Colosseum stands in the heart of Rome with its over 3,000 square meters of surface and 48 meters in height. It is possible to enter and visit it by paying a ticket.
TO DO: buy the ticket online and avoid the long lines.
THE PHOTO: climb the hill between the Arch of Trajan the Colosseum and take a nice selfie. Be careful not to disturb the couples who just got married ...

2. WHAT TO SEE IN ROME: THE PANTHEON
The Pantheon

The great Michelangelo defined the Pantheon as "the work of angels and not of men". Majestic, of a rare beauty and form, it is located in the heart of Rome, a few steps from Piazza Navona. Entry is free.
When you visit it, you cannot fail to notice by looking up at the large "oculus", an immense hole that is located in the center of the dome and which legend has it was created by the devil fleeing from the temple of God.
WHAT TO DO: stand in the center and look up, possibly keeping your mouth closed.
THE PHOTO: stand in the center of the square behind the fountain in Piazza della Rotonda and ... you will have so much fun.

3. WHAT TO SEE IN ROME: THE IMPERIAL FORUMS
Imperial Forum

The Imperial Forums represent one of the most recognized archaeological and historical areas in the world. Walking among the remains of an empire that once was is a bit like a walk in history. Located between the Colosseum and Piazza Venezia, the Imperial Forums are one of the points of interest most loved by tourists.
TO DO: walk with taste, looking at the left and right at the same time trying not to miss even a small stone from the Roman era.
THE PHOTO: get to the bottom of the Imperial Forums on the Piazza Venezia side, turn around (you will have the Vittoriano complex behind you) and have fun taking photos of the Forums with the Colosseum in the background. A tip: if you can take shots at night.

4. WHAT TO SEE IN ROME: BASILICA DI SAN PIETRO
Saint Peter's Church

Let's talk about the largest church in the world! It is really difficult to decide whether it is more beautiful inside or out. Bramante, Raffaello, Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, Peruzzi, Michelangelo. Especially Michelangelo with his piety, one of his best works.
TO DO: climb the dome to admire one of the most beautiful views of the eternal city.
THE PHOTO: stand 30-40 meters behind the obelisk in St. Peter's square and from there photograph the splendid facade of the Basilica.

5. WHAT TO SEE IN ROME: SISTINE CHAPEL AND VATICAN MUSEUMS
The Sistine Chapel

If we think of the Sistine Chapel we cannot fail to mention Michelangelo Buonarroti: 10 years he employed the great master to finish the frescoes. The Sistine Chapel is located inside the Vatican Museums.
WHAT TO DO: on your visit to the Vatican museums, we recommend that you give priority to Michelangelo's masterpiece and then "move on" to the other works.
THE PHOTO: avoid trying to take pictures of Michelangelo's masterpiece. In addition to ruining the frescoes you will end up with poor quality photos. If you really run your finger, focus on these works: the 7 things to see at the Vatican museums.

6. WHAT TO SEE IN ROME: VILLA AND BORGHESE GALLERY
Villa Borghese


If it is not the most loved park by the Romans, we are close to it. Green, art and fun enclosed in 80 hectares, what more could you want? You can decide to take a nice walk or enter the Borghese Gallery and discover the works of Tiziano, Raffaello and Caravaggio, take your children to the Bioparco or to the “Casina di Raffaello” playroom or visit the many restaurants and cinemas.
WHAT TO DO: enter the Galleria Borghese museum.
THE PHOTO: unquestionably at the Pincio garden where you will have all of Rome in front of you. You will thank us ...

7. WHAT TO SEE IN ROME: TREVI FOUNTAIN
The Trevi Fountain

Made immortal by the "Dolce vita" of Fellini the Trevi fountain is still today one of the most visited destinations by tourists. It is a true masterpiece of architecture, sculpture and engineering. In the center you will find the figure of Ocean, then the statues representing Health and Prosperity and finally the two horses that ideally identify the stormy sea (left) and calm (right).

TO DO: toss a dime. Popular tradition says that only after this gesture will it be possible to fulfill the desire to return to Rome.
THE PHOTO: go down the small staircase, arrive in the front row waiting patiently for your turn and take photos at will. Selfies come out particularly well ...

8. WHAT TO SEE IN ROME: VITTORIANO AND PIAZZA VENEZIA
The Vittoriano in Piazza Venezia


Piazza Venezia is located in the middle of the Roman tourist crossroads: between the Colosseum and the Imperial Forums on one side and via del Corso and via Nazionale on the other. If you have time, visit the Vittoriano which for majesty, cultural and historical importance represents the symbol of Italy for the past two centuries.
TO DO: go up to the terrace of the Vittoriano and admire closely the two quadrigas of the homeland and freedom.
THE PHOTO: head towards the center of the square, paying attention to the cars (!!), center yourself as much as possible in line with the Victorian and you will have beautiful souvenir photos.

9. WHAT TO SEE IN ROME: PIAZZA NAVONA
Piazza Navona


Beautiful, relaxing and full of interesting things to see: from the baroque of the church of Sant'Agnese in Agone built by Borromini to the fountain of the four rivers created by Bernini, from Palazzo Pamphilj to the fountains of Moor and Neptune.
TO DO: visit it during the Christmas days when the square is filled with markets and joy gushes from all the cobblestones.
THE PHOTO: the must is the photo of the Rio della Plata statue that defends itself from the imminent fall of the church of Sant'Agnese. It is a joke that Bernini made against Borromini.

10. WHAT TO SEE IN ROME: PIAZZA DI SPAGNA
La barcaccia and in the background the staircase of Trinità dei Monti


Piazza di Spagna is probably one of the most famous squares in the world. It's hard not to get excited admiring the splendid staircase of Trinità dei Monti or sitting on the edges of the Barcaccia.
There is also for lovers of English poetry, thanks to the museums of Keats and Shelley, as well as for those of shopping thanks to the nearby via dei Condotti and via del Corso.
WHAT TO DO: sit on the steps of Trinità dei Monti and watch the world go by.
THE PHOTO: we suggest two. One to the staircase, the other to the square seen from the balconies of Trinità dei Monti.

Altre cose da tenere a mente
ARRIVAL FIUMICINO AIRPORT:
this is the main Rome Airport. From there is quite easy to reach the flat. You have to get the train to Orte-Fara Sabina (NOT the Leonardo Express to Roma Termini), usually from the track number 3 but check this out (ticket: > 8,- Euro, buy it at official Trenitalia vendors or ticket machines or Tobacconist). The trip takes around 30' minutes, 8 stops to Roma Ostiense (Fiumicino Airport then: - Parco Leonardo - Fiera di Roma - Ponte Galeria -Muratella - Magliana - Villa Bonelli- Trastevere - Roma Ostiense). > > When out from the train station (direction Piazzale dei Partigiani, walk towards track number 1). When out and facing the big plaza (Piazzale) go left along via della Stazione Ostiense, the second street on the right is via Francesco Carletti (we are located at bulding number 1) all this take just 5 minutes walking, The ringbell is Cauli

ARRIVAL CIAMPINO AIRPORT:
this is the secondary airport of Rome, best way to get to our place is by shuttle bus (Terravision, Schiaffini, ect.: check their schedule on their webpage) bus will bring you to Roma Termini railway station, from there get the subway B line (4 stops to Piramide). Then take via Ostiense, turn first street on left-hand side (via Bossi) and then on your right is via Francesco Carletti (few minutes walking), ringbell is Cauli

ARRIVAL AT ROMA TERMINI RAILWAY STATION:
from there get the subway B line (4 stops to Piramide). Then take via Ostiense, turn first street on left-hand side (via Bossi) and then on your right is via Francesco Carletti (few minutes walking), ringbell is Cauli

ARRIVAL AT ROMA OSTIENSE RAILWAY STATION:
when out from the train station (direction Piazzale dei Partigiani, walk towards track number 1). When you'll be facing the big plaza (Piazzale), go left along via della Stazione Ostiense, the second street on the right is via Francesco Carletti, all this take just 5 minutes walking, The ringbell is Cauli
grazioso e tranquillo appartamento privato in area di Roma ricca di storia e di movida, a due passi del centro (2 fermate metro da Colosseo), ideale per 2 o 4 persone. Nel cuore di Piramide, tra le piu’ autentiche zone della citta’. Metro B e Treno per l’Aeroporto di Fiumicino a 3 minuti a piedi.

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We are a couple of Friends on our 40', we enjoy hosting people from all around the world in our 3 properties: - 3 in Rome, Italy (3 independent apartments - all located next by and very close to downtown Rome); - 1 in Prague, Czech Republic (an independent two-rooms apartment located next to Prague downtown). Depending on our daily schedule you are gonna have one of us greeting you at your arrival luca: I'm 44, originally from Naples, free lance journalist, lived in Prague, Czech Republic for over 10 years, love travelling and football addicted. I speak English, Spanish, Italian, Czech and basic French, Polish and Slovak, I definetely love to work on my language skills :--) Fabio: I'm 53, 100% roman, love my beautiful city, professional journalist and archeology geek, I have been travelling all over the world. I speak basic english, Italian and of course roman dialect :--) ARRIVEDERCI
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