1 bedroom apartment, Rome

1 bedroom apartment

Rome, Italy
  • 1 bedroom
  • apartment
  • Surface Area: 44m2
  • Furnished
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€2430 Monthly
1 bedroom Furnished
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## Apartment description
This 55?m² 1-bedroom apartment on Via Pavia, Trieste, is equipped with AC and has a kitchen, living room, and 1 bathroom. The apartment is located close to Sapienza Università di Roma, shops and other amenities.




## Additional details
* Property type: apartment
* Number of bathrooms: 1
* Floor: 6th
* Floor area: 55?m²
* Elevator: yes
* Wi-Fi installed: yes
* Wi-Fi activated: yes
* Building fees: included in rent
* Garbage tax: included in rent
* Towels: included in rent
* Parking: free and paid street parking and private garages neaby

## Landlord policies
* Lives on property: no
* Deposit: 1 month’s rent
* Payment method: cash; bank transaction; credit card
* Smoking allowed: some areas
* Pets allowed: no
* Possibility of domiciliation: no



## Neighborhood description
**Trieste/Nomentano**
Central and a bit posh

**Overview**
Welcome to Trieste.

It’s outside the old city, so you won’t find as many ancient ruins. You won’t find as many tourists either. You will find a scattering of churches, the odd catacomb or burial mound.

Much of Trieste was built in the early 20th century. It’s got that chic, classy 1900s elegance. It’s everywhere you look.

Small parks, fancy cafés, and terrific restaurants make this a coveted corner of Rome.

Coveted by you?

**What can I do here?**
Relax – you won’t see many tourists. Part of the Trieste’s charm is its lack of landmarks.

But this being Rome, you can't escape history entirely. Nor would you want to.

In the Catacombe di Priscilla, you can take a subterranean tour of early Christianity.

Parts of the catacomb are richly decorated, and some of the paintings date from the 3rd century. There are 13?km of tunnels crisscrossing the earth beneath Villa Ada. Impressive.

Villa Ada borders the Trieste area. It’s the 2nd-largest park in Rome. Concerts, festivals, and rallies for popular movements – You’ll find them all here.

And you have the yummified Italian cuisine.


But you’re tired of pasta? (Really?)

Okay. Dolce, on Via Tripolitania, serves up American classics with a Roman twist. Pancakes and burgers, plus – of course – pizza. The mains are great. The desserts are excellent.

**Fascinating fact**
Sapienza University was founded in 1303. It’s now is the largest university by enrollments in Europe. Got there in the end.

**Can I afford it?**
€€–€€€ (mid-range to expensive)

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