I can see the house as a perfect solution even for 2 couples, who wants to enjoy Rome but also share some good time at home too, both with their space and commodities.
The kitchen has all you can need and you can even cook and eat at home all together. The double bathroom then is perfect to feel comfortable on holiday and the big rooms will make you feel at home.
Then the flowers in my little terrace are the cherry on the cake and i'm very proud of them. I hope you will give them some water if you see they need it.Finally the private parking will make everything easier for you. So if you are having a road trip in Italy, this is certainly your kind of place to stay.
The house will be entirely at your disposal.
Interaction with Guests
I would love to welcome you in my flat and give you all the help and assistance you could need, but if I can't for any reason, be sure that someone will take care of you. I have a friendly bunch of people, english speakers, who can help me out when I am a little busy.
Our house is quite near to the Vatican but still in a residential area, a bit far from the touristic restaurants and the noise. You can have a nice walk during the day and also in the evening. In ten minutes you can reach the area around metro Cipro where you can find restaurants, cafés, shops and everything else you should need. And you know what they say? When in Rome, do as the Romans do!
The apartment is in a good place to get reached by public transportation.
There is the metro station (Cipro or Valle Aurelia – Metro A) both 10 minutes walking and there are a lot of bus stops in via Angelo Emo, the main road.
From Termini Station you get the house in 15 minutes by metro (Metro A, direction Battistini, 7 stops) or in about 40 minutes by bus n. 910 (4 stops, get off at Puccini) + n.490 (15 stops, get off at Emo/Ammiragli).
From Fiumicino Airport you can get a taxi and arrive in 35 minutes (45,00€) or you can go to Termini station by train (25 minutes, 14,00€ per person) and then take the bus or the metro (read above).
From Ciampino Airport you can get a taxi and arrive in 45 minutes (30,00€) or you can go to Termini station by bus (45 minutes, 6,00€ per person) and then take the bus or the metro (read above).
If you’d like to go to San Peter’s Cathedral you just have to walk along Via Angelo Emo and then turn right when you meet Via leone IV. It's 20 minute walk. Otherwise you can take the tube from Valle Aurelia for 2 stops getting off at Ottaviano and walk 5 minutes, or with the bus 490 getting off always at Ottaviano.
For Spanish Steps you need to take the Metro A (red line) for 4 stops from Cipro, getting off at Piazza di Spagna Station.
To see the Colosseum, you have to arrive first at Termini with the Metro A (red line) and there switch the metro lines, taking the Metro B (blue line) for 2 stops, getting off at Colosseo Station.
If you arrive to Rome with the car, remember that to park on the street if there are no lines or just white lines, it will be free. If you park on blue line you will need to pay at the machines on the street. It’s 1,00 €/h and it’s free on sunday . Then in the house you have the private parking.
- Other Things to Note :
* Bed linens and towels are provided.
* 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.