This lovely studio apartment, right in the heart of Trastevere, located on the top floor of a building in Vicolo del Bologna, is situated among picturesque alleys and ancient walls full of character.
It is a perfect place for a holiday: the neighbouring Trastevere is equivalent to Greenwich Village in New York and Montmartre in Paris.
The apartment has air conditioning , TV etc. A wide terrace, with views on San Pietro in Montorio, encircles the apartment.The apartment has been restored recently and it is well furnished, with typical wooden-beamed ceilings.
Perfect for two people, it can accomodate up to 3 people, having a double bed and a single sofabed that converts into a standard single bed; a wardrobe separates the kitchen and dining area.There is a bathroom with shower.
Trastevere is the name of the thirteenth district of Rome. The name derives from the Latin trans Tiberim (beyond the Tiber), which was the ancient name of the Augustan region, and this because the city had its origin in the opposite hand and main development sponda. it isi located on the west side (right) of the Tiber River and south of the City of Vaticano.During the imperial period, many personalities decided to build his villa in Trastevere.The medieval Trastevere had narrow, winding streets and irregular .The roads had no type of paving to the end of 400 thanks to the intervention of Pope Sixtus IV, who became the first paved roads with some bricks were used in a herringbone pattern, later with cobblestones.
Today Trastevere still maintains its character through the winding streets covered with cobblestones overlooked by medieval houses. The night is full of people, both Italian and foreign, thanks to the wealth of restaurants and pubs for every price range