The apartment is on the first floor of a building between the Ostiense district and Viale Marconi. The apartment is just 5 minutes away on foot from the main undergrounds. It is fully furnished and very well-equipped with everything you need in the kitchen and bathroom. The flat consists of a double bedroom, a living room with sofa , a kitchen with a table and a balcony with dual access.
The house will be entirely at your disposal.
The Ostiense district is a great place to be in, it is close to the historic districts of Testaccio and Garbatella, yet it has a modern feel. The beautiful Basilica of St. Paul is very closeby. On the exact same street as my apartment is the famous Eataly - the largest store in the world. The area is also full of all types of restaurants, typical Italian food with and also chic and modern restaurants. Ostiense also has a very active nightlife scene with many pubs, locals and discotheques.
The apartment is in a very good place to get reached by public transportation.
There is an important bus station on Viale Marconi called Marconi/Fermi.
From Termini Station you reach the apartment in 10 minutes by bus taking the bus number 170 (it passes every 8 minutes) for 19 station getting of at Marconi/Fermi.
From Fiumicino Airport you can get a taxi and arrive in 35 minutes (45,00€) or you can also take the Train FL1 to Fara Sabina and get off at the Termini Station (8,00€) and then take the bus (read above).
From Ciampino Airport you can get a taxi and arrive in 30 minutes (30,00€) or you can go to Termini station by bus (45 minutes, 6,00€ per person) and then take the bus (read above).
If you'd like to go to San Peter's Cathedral you have to arrive first at Termini with the bus number 170 and there take the Metro A (red line) for 6 stops, getting off at Ottaviano Station.
For Spanish Steps you have to arrive first at Marconi/Fermi bus station and take the bus 170 for 15 stops, getting off at Nazionale/Palazzo delle esposizioni station and there take the bus 117 for 4 station getting off directly at Piazza di Spagna.
To see the Colosseum, you have to arrive first at Marconi/Fermi bus station and take the bus 170 for 14 stops, getting off at Nazionale/Quirinale.
METRO info:Metro Trains run approximately every 4-10 minutes, from 5:30am until 11:30pm every day (until 01:30am on Fridays and Saturdays).Note: Public transportation is free for children less than 10 years old.Tickets are sold in tobacconists and newsstands in Rome and Lazio, in ATAC shops and automated ticket machines in stations.The integrated ticket, Metrebus, allows the ticket holder access to all public transport in Rome (excluding the direct rail link between Termini and Fiumicino Airport). Tickets must be bought before the start of the journey, from any metro station or authorized vendor.
Ticket options are:•B.I.T. € 1.50. Standard ticket, valid for one Metro ride or 75 minutes on all buses.•B.I.G. € 6.00. Daily ticket, valid for unlimited metro, bus, and train travel within Rome.•B.T.I. €16.50. 3-day tourist ticket, valid for everything listed under the B.I.G ticket.•C.I.S. €24.00. Weekly ticketThe Roma Pass provides three days' access to most museums and monuments, as well as most public transport in Rome. They can be purchased in Tourist Information Offices (Punti Informativi Turistici - PIT), all participating museums and monuments, as well as in other locations.All tickets for transportation must be validated before the start of the journey, using the validation machines located at the entry gates of the metro stations, within the entrance area of all rail stations and at the rear of buses and trams. During the journey, a ticket inspector may ask to see the ticket; a passenger without one may be fined.
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- Other Things to Note.
* At your arrival you will be welcomed by me or some friend of mine. In any case we can speak english and we will be glad to explain you how to use everything in the house and how to enjoy the neighbourhood.
* Please respect my house as it is yours. Respect the neighbourhood and the silence hours: between 2pm and 4pm and also after 10pm. Do not smoke inside the house. The entrance of animals is not allowed.
* Roma Capitale authority has decided on tourist accommodation tax payments due from the guests of hotels, holiday homes, rented rooms establishments, bed & breakfasts and camping grounds in Rome. The tourist accommodation tax is due for each night spent in Rome’s accommodation facilities.
Regulation on the Rome city tax, approved on March 30th 2018, has introduced important innovations. Tourists staying in private apartment are required to pay a daily contribution of € 3.50 per person. The fee applies only for the first 10 day. Exception: persons who are residents of Rome, and children up to 10 years old.
You can pay cash at your check-in, directly to the person that will welcome you and we will give you a personal receipt.