The compact charmer
Because I live my life out and about
Will I like it here?
We think so.
If you're looking for everything you need and nothing you don't then look no further. Bed, kitchen, bathroom. Sorted.
Really? Tell me more...
You'll love living your best life in Rome. Commute into the city centre, or explore all the best bits of Tor di Quinto. Either way, come back and crash in this chic little pad.
Give me 1 more reason to live here...
But you need to know this...
We haven’t visited this place ... yet.
We send Homecheckers to visit every apartment on Spotahome. So come back soon for a guided tour plus 360º and HD photos.
Bills & other costs
This landlord will not accept bookings made 3 months or more in advance of the move-in date.
A document that proves the fact that the tenant will stay in Italy for a limited period of time (temporary work contract, acceptance letter from the university etc)
If you need to cancel a confirmed booking, there’s no way to reclaim any of your money.
Your 1st payment will go to the landlord as planned, and you will also be unable to reclaim your one-time reservation fee. Sorry.
Tor di Quinto
Your calm safe-spot in the Roman storm
Overview A quiet, safe place to call home in Rome.
Tor di Quinto is the perfect place for a family, or for those looking to settle down.
Full of parks, open areas, and quiet corners to relax in, this is a pretty part of Rome.
What can I do here?
Tor di Quinto is a neighbourhood to live in, rather than visit.
Couched in a bend of the Tiber River, and next to a large park, it has a small-town vibe that sets it apart from the rest of this busy city.
It's easy to spend a Sunday having a picnic with friends and family.
Feeling fancy?Splurge on a fine-dining experience at Acquolina. This Michelin-starred seafood restaurant offers excellent food and a relaxed atmosphere. You can also dine here al fresco.
The Michelin Guide notes their 'particularly interesting wine list'.
A tasting plate starts at €18. Expensive. But worth it.
Ponte Milvio is a bridge crossing the Tiber river. It's been around in one form or another for over 2200 years.
The first stone bridge was built here in 115 BC. It's been repaired and renovated in the millennia since, but never demolished.
Cross it, and you'll be walking the same bridge that Roman centurions used. Historic.
Can I afford it? €–€€ (budget-friendly to mid-range)
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