4 spacious rooms are available to rent in this shared apartment in the Trastevere neighborhood, just south of central Rome. Each of the rooms is fully furnished with everything you need for a comfortable stay, and all utilities are included. The large, modern bathroom features a shower, separate bathtub, double sink, and small balcony. The kitchen is fully equipped with a 6 ring gas stove, oven, and washing machine. Via Francesco Grimaldi is just 10 minutes walking from Trastevere Station, and provides access to some of Rome's best shopping, restaurants, and nightlife. The area is considered one of Rome's most desirable places to live, peaceful and picturesque during the day and buzzing with activity at night.
This apartment is located on the 5th floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has central heating and natural gas water heating. You can try your clothes on a rack on the balcony. Wi-Fi is installed on the property and it is activated.
The Piramide and Garbatella metro stops are roughly 30 minutes walking, however Trastevere Station is just 10 minutes away and you can reach the city center in 25 minutes with the train. Universita Roma TRE can be reached in 20 minutes by foot, or you can catch the bus number 792 or 170 from the nearby Grimaldi - Corbino station. Stops for the 791, 766, and N16 buses are right near the apartment.
The English speaking landlord does not live on the property and requires 1 month rent as deposit. Smoking is permitted but pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by bank transaction.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Trastevere is characterized by its abundance of social piazzas, tiny medieval alleys and Romanesque houses that help to maintain a local and nostalgic atmosphere in the neighborhood. The district’s greatest attraction is its vibrant atmosphere; the crooked streets filled with traditional shops and a wide variety of restaurants are peaceful during the day yet transform itself into a destination for those seeking authentic Roman nightlife in the evening. It also has one of the most romantic sites of Rome, located in the Gianicolo Park, accessible via steep stairs up to Rome’s highest hill where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the entire city. Trastevere residents consider themselves the true heirs of the Romans and refer to themselves as Trasteverini, showing the deep pride felt by those who live in this part of the city. Some consider Trastevere to be the second-smallest nation after the Vatican City. With fewer tourists than other parts of the city, Trastevere is ideal for those who truly want to integrate into the Italian culture. There are no metro stops here, but one can find various buses and trams that lead to the center. If you find yourself in this area, you will be a short walking distance to Campo di Fiori, which is made up almost entirely of narrow picturesque streets, old shops and bakeries, and hidden squares and doorways. With its buzzing streets by day and its lively nightlife, it will be hard to leave after spending just one day in this beautiful part of Rome.