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The comfortably and con temporarily equipped apartment with its pretty terrace is the ideal base to wander through the always charming Rome. You are located in the middle of the university district San Lorenzo, the hip quarter of the city with its very special shops, handicraft businesses, a chocolate factory, pubs and restaurants. This district used to be the working-class quarter of Rome. Whoever growing up here feels like a real Roman! The apartment is part of a recently built complex and offers all comfort you can wish for: dish washer, washing machine, satellite TV, iron, coffee maker. The very stylish equipment will turn your stay into a pleasure. Run-of-the-mill does not exist here.
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Just a few minutes from Termini station, the San Lorenzo neighborhood is the location of La Sapienza University’s largest campus. The neighborhood’s character is largely coloured by the sizable student population, which means that there are plenty of bars and music venues with a more alternative feel, numerous cheap restaurants and a number of used book and clothing stores. Historically a working class area, San Lorenzo has consequently long been off the traditional tourist route. Bombed by the Allied forces during WWII, damaging Basilica San Lorenzo Fuori le Mura, the railway station and a steel factory, much of San Lorenzo was rebuilt after the war. While it may still look a little more run-down than Trastevere, San Lorenzo is fast becoming a popular place to go out. Wandering the streets, you’ll discover an intriguing and colorful (everything is covered in graffiti!) part of Rome that will teach you a lot more about the city’s culture – past and present – than many of the conventional tourist sites.