Send me a message before booking
The particularity of this apartment is the ceiling and part of the walls covered with small red bricks, that a recent accurate restoration has brought to light.
A comfortable accommodation, ideal for holidays in total freedom, for families or groups of young people.
Being on the ground floor it is comfortable, but above all, quiet, because placed in the inner part of the building, away from the street noise, with access through a nice courtyard filled with plants. It has independent electric heating and air conditioning.
The borough of San Lorenzo, due to the vicinity of the University of Rome La Sapienza, is peopled by lots of students and is full of pubs, clubs and night bars. During World War II it was heavily bombed, but now it is one of the busiest boroughs of Rome, especially for nightlife.
Walking around the open market of this borough is one of the best ways to discover its dynamics, its traditions and typical behaviours. There are stories behind apparently trivial scenes and meaningful glances that are not difficult to understand if you have the patience to wander around the stalls.
The bell tolling of the nearby Santa Maria Immacolata church punctuates time; the belfry is built in the same way as that of San Marco in Venice. At lunchtime, you can have some delicious slices of pizza at the pizzeria “Come Manna dal Cielo”, on 68 Via dei Latini. True roman pizza that is shown to you uncooked and then cooked just after, ask why! You can eat it at Parco dei Caduti, in Via Tiburtina; don’t miss the monument placed in the middle of the park, designed by the architect Zevi in 2003 to the memory of the three thousand victims of the bombs.