Ideal for 6 people, this 110 sqm apartment is located on the first floor in a 60's building and it is composed of a living room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a terrace.
The apartment opens onto a large entrance, and immediately to the right there is the first bedroom, furnished with a single bed, wardrobe and desk. The living room is very large and furnished with a couch, coffee table for coffee, a TV corner, a wooden bench and small side-tables. The dining room has a table with four chairs, and two dressers. The sleeping area is composed of the other two bedrooms, both furnished with double beds (160cm x 190cm), spacious wardrobes, bedside tables and chests of drawers. There are also two bathrooms: the first one has a shower cabin and the other with a bathtub with hand shower.The kitchen is equipped with refrigerator, dishwasher, oven, stove, microwave, crockery and cutlery for six people. A table with two chairs completes the kitchen. The dining room has access to the terrace, equipped with a table and four chairs.
The house is equipped with air-conditioning.
Extra services:For stays longer than 30 days, the price includes a fortnightly cleaning and linen service.
Parking:In this area, you can find free parking spaces (white lines) or paid parking spaces (blue lines).
Pubblic Transport- Metro A, Cipro: 7 minutes walk (500m)- St. Peter's Square: a 30 minute walk (2km)- Piazza del Popolo: a 40 minute walk (3.2km)- Colosseum: change metro at Termini, about 35 minutes
Area:Piazzale Ammiraglio Bergamini is in the Trionfale neighbourhood, central, authentic with the Vatican City just steps away. There is a small park close to Piazzale Bergamini, where there is a playground for children. The underground stop Cipro is located in via Cipro near Piazzale degli Eroi, where there is the fountain which shows the Peschiera aqueduct, considered one of the largest aqueducts in Europe. The neighbourhood is full of markets: the Trionfale market, considered the first roman market, with its 273 stalls is among the largest in Italy and even in Europe. Besides, you can also find the Flower and plant market in via Trionfale.In the area you will also find the Vatican Museums, St. Peter's Square, one of the many public libraries in Rome and via Cola di Rienzo, the shopping street. The neighbourhood is also full of restaurants, pubs, supermarkets, cafés and boutiques.