New wonderful studio apartment of 40 square meters, first floor (no elevator) with balcony in a Historical building.The studio has a kitchenette, one room with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), wardrobe, two nightstands, a table with two chairs . From the bedroom there is a glass door that leads out onto a small balcony.The bathroom has a shower cabin.The kitchenette has a fridge, stove and microwave.
areaVicolo del Cinque connects Piazza Trilussa to Via della Scala and takes its name from the property of the noble Roman family Del Cinque.
The apartment is located in the picturesque and charachteristic neighborhood of Trastevere, which still has its charm through the winding streets covered with cobblestones overlooking some beautiful medieval houses.At night the district is filled with not only tourists but also locals, attracted by the many restaurants and pubs in the area. No doubt, this really is one of the most lively and characteristic areas of Rome.in Trastevere are some of the most celebrated restaurants in the city ,'Cencio', 'The dirty word', because of the mutual insults exchanged with the waiters, 'Rugantino', '' da Gigetto '. There are even pizzerias, cinema, markets (San Cosimato was renovated just recently), banks, pharmacies, supermarkets, shops of every kind and elegant boutiques.
- The fountain of Ponte Sisto, also known as the fountain (or 'fountain') of the Hundred Priests, in Piazza Trilussa- John Cabot University, a private university founded in 1972 American- The Botanical Garden of Rome, situated on the slopes of the Janiculum, in the ancient park of Villa Corsini