Bedroom 3 has a double bed with its own private en-suite. It comes furnished with a wardrobe, desk TV, its own heating and A/C units, shelving and a large window.
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Rooms to rent in a gorgeous and very bright 5-bedroom apartment in Rome's San Giovanni area. With A/C and central heating, you will be comfortable in every season. All of the bedrooms and bathrooms are very spacious, comfortable and colorful, and bedroom 1 even has its own kitchen. The apartment is decorated to a high standard throughout, with stylish touches you'll love.
San Giovanni is one of the most famous and important neighborhoods in Rome, located south of the city center and close to the huge but beautiful Appia Antica Regional Park. Via Appia is just a two minute walk from the apartment, and you'll find many restaurants, supermarkets and shops within a 5-minute walk. The metro is also nearby, taking you to the main train station in just a few minutes. You'll love living in this fun and well-connected area!
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
Your verdant home with a view
Horta-Guinardó nestles at the foot of the Serra de Collserola National Park.
The steep streets reveal glimpses of Barcelona and the Mediterranean Sea below you.
The living here is easy. Relaxing. A different pace to the rest of Barcelona.
Come and see.
What can I do here?
Explore the old town of Horta. It used to be a village and still feels that way. You won’t find many tourists here.
Can Mariner is a library in a 17th-century farmhouse. It specializes in theatre, local knowledge, and workshops.
Plaça d'Eivissa is a tiny plaza with bars and all the rest.
Louise Se Va is here. It’s a bar with a young crowd. The friendly staff serve beer, burgers, and salads at low prices. The music rocks.
All in all, it’s bueno, bonito y barato.
L'Eivissenca is also on Plaça d'Eivissa. It sells yummy ice cream. It also sells granizados de pomada (gin with crushed ice and lemonade). Naughty.
Contemplate the Catalan modernist architecture of the former Sant Pau hospital.
Recreate scenes from Labyrinth at Parc del Laberint. Sandstone steps and pillars, a leafy green maze – it’s all rather refined. You can look out over the city from one of the many viewpoints too. €2.50 entrance.
Come the night, go to neighbouring Gràcia or the Eixample. Your adventure is waiting.
One of Horta-Guinardó’s best-loved vantage points is the Búnquers del Carmel. These are abandoned anti-aircraft bunkers used during the Spanish Civil War. Historic.
Can I afford it?
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