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Tourist Tax: €3,50 per person per day for the first 10 nights.
This beautiful studio is for rent in the Parioli area of Rome. The stunning living area includes a TV, a cute table for four, and light streams in through the window. The sleeping area includes a double bed, with a giant peach picture above. For cooking, the kitchen has a gas stove and microwave. The bathroom is sweet and in aqua-blue.
You’ll be close to the Euclide train station train station here, so getting around is easy. The huge natural park of Villa Ada Savoia is also nearby – it’s great for nature and exercise lovers.
Extra bed linen: a fee will be charged
Additional documentation required:
Tourist tax (may apply):
Canceling your stay with Spotahome? Here’s what you need to know:
a) The good news: if you cancel your booking 61 days (or more) before your move-in date, we promise to refund 100% of your first payment.
b) If you cancel 31 to 60 days before your move-in date, we will refund 50% of your first payment. The other 50% will be given to the landlord.
c) If you cancel your stay within 30 days of your move-in date, 100% of your first payment will be given to the landlord.
d) The bad news: once your booking is accepted by the landlord, you cannot recover your one-time reservation fee at any point.
Parioli (Quartiere II)
Your modern home in Rome
Parioli: parks, peace, and performance.
Unlike central Rome, Parioli's architecture is a far cry from the buildings of a bygone era. It embraces a more modern aesthetic. (Or at least a 1950s idea of modern.) But that's part of its charm.
After all, it's not easy being a progressive neighbourhood in an ancient city.
Sound like your thing?
What can I do here?
Anything you like.
For a start, Parioli is a great place to chill – it's roughly 50% park!
The biggest draw is Auditorium Parco della Musica. It's the 2nd-most-visited cultural music centre in the world – there were over 2 million visitors in 2014 alone.
What you can see here:
Shows by artists like Björk, Burt Bacharach, or Ricky Martin.
Classical concerts by orchestras from all over Italy.
Film screenings, theatre, and dance.
So everything, then!
Villa Ada Savoia is one of Rome's biggest parks. You can join a sports club or do some freestyle exercise here.
Piazza delle Muse is a good place to sit and enjoy views of north Rome and the Apennine Mountains. Gorgeous.
Treat yourself to dinner and cocktails at Duke's. This young-but-well-established bar-restaurant was born in 1998. It defines itself as 'fine casual dining'.
Don't be put off by the unassuming exterior – the garden and interior are both lovely places to dine with friends. The food and drinks are excellent.
The image of Parioli as wealthy and upper class lingers. Today, a 'Parioli' is a young, moneyed person with a trendy, sporty sense of style. The term implies they are bourgeois and out of touch. Ouch.
Can I afford it? €€–€€€(mid-range to expensive)
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