New splendid apartment in the Esquilino area, which is set around Termini Station and Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore. The apartment is quiet, bright and welcoming. The metro line A, Vittorio Emanuele station, is located in front of the building, so that you can reach all the most beautiful and interesting places of Rome within a few minutes.
This 55 sqm apartment is located on the second floor and is provided with elevator. It consists of a bedroom, living room, two bathrooms and kitchen. The apartment has enough light and is quiet, since the windows overlook an internal courtyard.
Entering the house, there is a small hallway. On your left you will find the kitchen and a small corridor leading to the bathroom, the bedroom and the living room. The living area, featuring nice paintings and lamps, is furnished with a double sofa bed (160cm x 190cm), television and a table with four chairs. The bedroom is furnished with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), two bedside tables and a wardrobe. There is also an ensuite bathroom with sink and toilet.The second bathroom has a shower stall. The kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, oven, stove top, washing machine, dishwasher, crockery and cutlery for six people.
The apartment is equipped with air conditioning.
Parking:In this area, you can find free parking spaces (white lines) or paid parking spaces (blue lines).
Public transport- Termini station (train, metro line B), 11 minutes walk- Republic (metro line A)- Colosseum, 15 minutes walk- Vatican, 30 minutes (metro line A)
AreaEsquilino is a neighborhood located in the centre of Rome, full of history and art. The most ethnic district of central Rome, it retains the elegant architecture of the Umbertino period dating back to end of the '800, the only surviving example in Rome.Art lovers will be spoiled by the choice: the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, the most important Roman church dedicated to the Virgin Mary, the church of San Pietro in Vincoli, which was founded in the fifth century by the Empress Eudoxia to give worthy housing to a precious relic: the chain that imprisoned St. Peter's body in Jerusalem; the National Roman Museum and the Domus Aurea, located on the Oppio hill.
The nearby Monti neighborhood is also a place to discover, consisting of narrow medieval streets and hidden alleys, alternative shops and trendy bars.
The Esquilino market, where languages, cultures and food meet, combines typically Italian goods, such as artichokes, chicory and olives, with exotic products that can't be easily found in other parts of the city, a mixture of smells and colors from all over the world.