Bedroom 1 has a double bed. This room has an interior window with a patio view to let in natural light. It comes with a chest of drawers, shelving, storage and a built-in wardrobe for you to store your belongings in.
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This is a gorgeous 3-bedroom apartment that you will love to make your new home. The living room, along with the entire apartment, is beautifully decorated with luxurious furniture. There is a glass-top dining table with a scroll work base and six chairs, and a matching coffee table is situated amongst the three large and elegant sofas. Walk up the spiral staircase, and you will find a second mezzanine living room with more sofas where you can relax. The sophisticated kitchen is fully-equipped with everything you need to prepare you meals, and has a second four-person dining table.
This apartment is located right next to the River Tiber, where you will find gorgeous views from the riverside and bridges. You will find several amenities within walking distance. Spend your Sundays exploring the merchandise at the Borghetto Flaminio Market, which is only a 6-minute walk from your front door. For those evenings when you don't feel like cooking, dine out at the highly-rated Il Buchetto pizzeria, only a 4-minute walk away. You can also be in Central Rome in about 20 minutes via bus.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
Quiet but central
You burn to escape the hard-beaten tourist paths of Rome.
But you still want to live near the city centre.
Flaminio is just what you’re looking for.
The name comes from Via Flaminia, an ancient road leading from Rome to the Adriatic. It was built in 220 BC. You could say it’s holding up well.
Flaminio is north of the city centre, which is a good thing. You escape touristic Rome, but you can still walk to some of Rome’s iconic sites:
It’s quiet, but it has a metro station. Getting around is easy. Flaminio is ideal for just about anybody.
Why not you?
What can I do here?
Put on your comfy shoes and walk to Piazza del Popolo. It’s a huge public space. You’ll find an Egyptian obelisk here, raised in honour of Ramesses II.
Go into the Santa Maria del Popolo. You’ll find 2 paintings by Caravaggio, one of which is the Crucifixion of St. Peter.
After that, it’s off to the Spanish Steps for a little light shopping. Valentino and Gucci are both here – just a 15-minute walk from the Flaminio metro station.
Closer to home is the Ponte Milvio, an important bridge for the Roman Empire. Even closer to home are the gardens at Villa Borghese.
Tiber River is waiting, too. That’s your early morning walk or run sorted.
Hungry? Remember the rule: Roman food is great, but Sicilian food is incredible. With that in mind, head to Sicilia in Bocca, Flaminio’s local Sicilian restaurant. Don’t forget to try a cannolo (tube-shaped pastries filled with yum).
During WWI, Flaminio was transformed into an industrial area for military use. It became a major manufacturer of arms and munitions.
Can I afford it?
€€–€€€ (mid-range to expensive)
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