The apartment opens onto a spacious hallway leading into the two bedrooms and to the first bathroom. -First bedroom: it is furnished with a double bed, a night table, a 4-door wardrobe and a desk with chair; there is also a French door opening out onto the balcony. -Second bedroom: it is furnished with two single beds, a night table, a writing desk and a 4-door wardrobe.-First bathroom: it comes complete with shower stall.
The night area is complete with: -The third bedroom, featuring an en-suite bathroom, with shower stall. It is furnished with a double bed and a single bed, a desk with two chairs, three night tables and a 4-door closet. -The fourth bedroom, offering a single bed, a night table and a 3-door closet. -The third bathroom, equipped with shower stall. The day area is composed of a fully-fitted kitchen, very big and functional, which also serves as living room. This is furnished with sofa, writing desk with TV set and dining table for 6 people. The guests have also at their disposal: dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and electric oven.
All the windows overlook the street; only one of the three bathrooms and the corridor offer views of the inner side of the building.
Area The apartment is located in San Giovanni district, a charming part of Rome rich in stunning churches, cathedrals and ruins. The big square the district is named after, is one of the most important ones in Rome, which still offers many architecture styles dating back to different periods. San Giovanni in Laterano Basilica, the greatest of the four papal basilicas, is not only the oldest cathedral of Rome, but it was also the first church in the West.
San Giovanni district offers many supermarkets and restaurants, and there are plenty of bars and clubs where to spend a pleasant evening. Via Appia is the beating heart of shopping, whilst in San Giovanni square you find the famous Via Sannio street market (every day, mon-sat), where you can buy clothes of every shape and colour, including second-hand and vintage pieces.
Termini station is at 10 minutes by subway (3 stops); the Vatican is only 20 minutes away, by subway (8 stops to Ottaviano). The Colosseum can be reached by subway (line A to Termini, then change and take line B) or by tramways 3-8.
Public transports -Subway line A, stops Piazza Re di Roma and San GiovanniIn the area you also find tramways 3-8 and several bus lines.
The Leonardo da Vinci airport is at approx. 45 minutes by taxi.
Parking In the area you find both free parking (within white lines) and paid parking (within blue lines).