If you stay a few days in Rome it will be important to stay in the historical center, so you can walk to all places of tourist interest. Our apartment on the fourth floor of a historic building from the late '800 is a luxury condo of 120 square meters, recently renovated, features frescoed ceilings, original floors of the period and antique furnishings. The house offers all the amenities for an unforgettable stay in the heart of the eternal city. Exclusive overlooking the garden with a view of the Roman Aquarium. 200 meters from Termini station, 350 meters from the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and 1.4 km from the Colosseum.
The structure consists of:
1 'Elegantia Suite' double room with private bathroom in room, shower cabin with hydromassage, 43 "Smart-TV, Air Conditioning, Ultra-fast Wi-Fi.
1 'Standard' double room with fireplace, TV 40 ", Air Conditioning, Ultra-fast Wi-Fi.
1 large modern kitchen with dishwasher, electric oven, microwave, cookware, crockery and everything you need. It is also possible to obtain a single bed for each room, to reach 6 beds in total.
1 Balconicino with access from the kitchen, where you can smoke freely.
The apartment 'at the disposal of guests - 2 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 spacious living room, 1 large kitchen, large entrance hall and balcony.
WI-FI Hi-Speed Free.
The Esquilino district is set around Termini Station and Piazza Vittorio.
The Umbertino period end '800 the neighborhood retains an elegant architecture, the only example in Rome.
Art lovers will be spoiled for choice between the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, the church of San Pietro in Vincoli, the National Roman Museum and the Colle Oppio, the Domus Aurea.
Going down Via Cavour you can easily reach the charming Monti district. Once popular and dilapidated, it is now a place to be discovered, with its narrow medieval streets and hidden eateries, alternative shops and trendy bars. No doubt the cosmopolitan area that mixes well with the village atmosphere and unique local boutiques of their kind. Typical neighborhood, well connected and safe because it is always light and populated.
Even for those who love to walk the Termini area is particularly suitable. After a few minutes walk you can reach, for example, the area of the Colosseum or the Fori Imperiali. In addition to being a central area, in Termini there are some very important museums including the Palazzo Massimo delle Terme which is the main seat of the Museo Nazionale Romano. In this museum is the imposing section of ancient art that houses a vast collection of archaeological finds from the Republican period and the imperial period, as well as an important section of ancient Numismatics and Jewelery.