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Cozy and cheap near Colosseum

Casa/apto. entero

4 huéspedes

1 dormitorio

1 cama


Casa/apto. entero

4 huéspedes

1 dormitorio

1 cama


Casa/apto. entero

4 huéspedes

1 dormitorio

1 cama

1 adulto
0 niños
De 2 a 12
0 bebés
Menos de 2
Máximo permitido de huéspedes: 4. Los bebés no suman en el recuento.
No se efectuará ningún cargo aún.
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Información sobre este anuncio

This is a nice, cozy and quite basement really close to Colosseum and Imperial Forum.
Fresh during the summer and warm in winter.
Very good quality forniture, air conditioning, wifi.

NEW LARGER WATER BOILER FROM MAY 2016


El alojamiento
Capacidad: 4
Baños: 1
Dormitorios: 1
Camas: 1
Tipo de habitación: Casa/apto. entero

Servicios

Precios
Personas adicionales: Sin cargo
Gastos de limpieza: 40€
Depósito de seguridad: 150€
Descuento por semana: 5%
Cancelación: Estricta

Descripción

This is a nice, cozy and quite basement really close to Colosseum and Imperial Forum.
Fresh during the summer and warm in winter.
Very good quality forniture, air conditioning, wifi.

NEW LARGER WATER BOILER FROM MAY 2016

Very quite and cheap one-bedroom apartment really centrally located between Imperial Forum, Colosseum and Termini train Station.
Nice area full of bars, restaurants and small shops.

Air conditioning
Free WiFi

I am always available by phone or email

The “Monti” district is close to the Coliseum and corresponds to the ancient Suburra, the oldest popular district of the ancient Rome. The name may come from the latin “sub urbe” which literally means “under the city”, that is under the Roman Forum, the political and religious heart of the City. The Suburra used to daily represent the social and human contraddictions of the Capital of the Empire: it was very crowded, dirty, noisy and above all dangerous due to the several fires and collapses affecting the insulae. This is the name of the buildings reported to be up to five-floor high but which could reach at times twice this height in case of unlawful constructions. There, a high number of plebeian families were crammed into tiny, rented flats. The most disreputable brothels were here as well as the taverns and the most insecure inns. Here Julius Caesar was born, here Nero used to come at night to try out the people’s moods and Messalina used to go to the ancient brothels called “Lupanaro” in search of transgression.

The district has kept nowadays a thick web of narrow, strait roads along which high, pastel-coloured buildings from different periods are situated. The district remains one of the most authentic places of Rome with its craftsmen’s workshops and non-tourist restaurants but it is also one of the most active places in town with an intense cultural life in its nightclubs, art galleries and wine bars.


Things not to miss:

Archaeology: of course the Coliseum but also the Ludus Magnus – the biggest existing gymnasium of the gladiators, and the Domus Aurea, the luxurious villa of Emperor Nero, Titus and Traianus Thermal baths and the Imperial Forum.

Among the most important religious buildings: the “San Clemente” Basilica with its underground frescoes, the mosaics of “Santa Maria Maggiore” Basilica and the “Santa Prassede” and “Santa Pudenziana” churches as well as the Mosè by Michelangelo in the “San. Pietro in Vincoli” Basilica.


Metro stop CAVOUR is 300 mts far
Many buses few steps away, but you will not need them so much, because you can walk to everywhere within 30 minutes

LATE CHECK-IN FEE:
Euro 20 after 22:00
Euro 30 after 24:00

NEW LARGER WATER BOILER FROM MAY 2016

DAILY TOURS INSIDE AND OUTSIDE ROME operated by Besttourinitaly. Look for them on the web and mention accommodation code S1014

TRANSFER from/to airports from Euro 45


Normas de la casa

Communicate your arriving time as soon as possible and threat the apartment as it were yours.
Thank you!


Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 3 noches

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Roma, Italia · Se registró en Febrero de 2013
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Hello!
I was born in Rome and I have been living year all my life,
I also traveled a lot, but I always love to be back in my home city at last!
I like windsurfing and playing tennis.

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