Ideal for 6 people, this 75 sqm apartment is composed of a living room, two bedrooms, a kitchen and two bathrooms, and it is located on the fourth floor (with elevator).
Entering the house you will find a living room and a hallway leading to the kitchen, the two bathrooms and the sleeping area. This room is furnished with a round table with four chairs, a sofa bed, a TV corner, two armchairs and a period wardrobe, chest of drawers and a vintage two-seater sofa. The kitchen is well equipped with refrigerator, oven top, stove, microwave, cutlery and crockery for six people and is furnished with a round table with two chairs. The hallway leads to the two bedrooms and the two bathrooms. The first bedroom has a bunk bed with two single beds and a built in closet. The second bedroom is furnished instead with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), a bedside table and a small built in cupboard and a bathroom en suite. Both bathrooms have also a shower cabin.
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).
Public transport:- Metro A, stop Valle Aurelia: 26-minute walk (2km) - St. Peter's Square: 10 minutes walk (350m)- Piazza del Popolo: 32 minutes walk(2.,5km)- Colosseum: 45 minutes walk (3km)
Area:Via delle Fornaci is located in the Aurelio neighbourhood, on the western side of the city, close to the Vatican and the Aurelian Walls. The neighbourhood is named after the famous Via Aurelia, which reaches the sea. The neighbourhood is within walking distance from major places of interest, including the Vatican (you can see the statues on the front of the basilica from via delle Fornaci). The Aurelio neighbourhood is still very authentic where local residents mingle with tourists, professionals, students and workers. Nearby are also via Cola di Rienzo, the shopping street with boutiques, bars and restaurants, the Zodiac, which offers a splendid view of Rome while enjoying renowned ice cream and tasty cocktails, and the Trionfale market, the first local Roman market, one of the largest in Italy and even in Europe.