This 1-bedroom apartment to rent on Via Statilia is a basement property. There is a long hallway when you open the front door. About halfway down and to the left is the bedroom. It’s spacious with a double bed, large wardrobe, and ensuite bathroom with a shower. You do get a little natural light in this space from a window in the bathroom. At the end of the hall is the large, modern, and fully-equipped kitchen. A low wall partially separates the kitchen from the living and dining space. There are two small windows, and the room is furnished with a 4-seat dining table, TV, sofa bed, and a love-seat.
If you love history, then you’ll adore living in Centro Storico. History is everywhere! You can get to the Colosseum in less than 20 minutes. Lateranense Palace is just 10 minutes away. And you’re at the edge of Villa Wolkonsky Park. It’s the official residence of the British Ambassador, and a lovely spot for a walk. Not everything is historical, though. This is a bustling urban center, after all! You’re never far from a nightclub or bar. There are two theaters just south of your new home. And restaurants are abundant.
* The apartment is built into Roman ruins, which is unique!
* You are within walking distance of some of the most famous sites in Rome.
* There is a SoloNatura grocery store across the street.
* From art galleries and theaters, to the Cinema Apollo 11 just north of your apartment, there is always something to do!
* Property type: apartment
* Floor area: 65?m²
* Floor: basement
* Elevator: no
* Number of bathrooms: 1
* Building fees: yes, included in price of rent
* TARI (refuse collection tax): yes, included in price of rent
* Towels: yes, included
* Cleaning service included
* Languages spoken: Italian, English, Spanish, French
* Lives on property: no
* Smoking: not allowed
* Pets: allowed (upon request and depending on type/size)
* Deposit: ½ month’s rent
* Payment method: cash; bank transfer
* Contract registration tax: 50% of total contract value (**[what is this?](https://#removed#/blog/renting-in-italy-hidden-apartment-fees/)**)
* Additional documentation:
* ID / Passport
* Codice Fiscale
* Manzoni metro station serves the MEA line. It’s a few minutes' walk away.
* Close to Manzoni station, you’ll find a bus and a tram stop.
* Porta Maggiore train station is a 10-minute walk away. It serves the RMG rail.
**Move here to be near:**
* The Colosseum
* Trevi Fountain
* Spanish Steps
* Piazza Navona
* Roman Forum
* Piazza Navona
* Piazza di Spagna
Ancient and sublime
Rome wasn’t built in a day.
Whoever first said that must have been standing in Centro Storico at the time. (‘Centro Storico’ means ‘Historical Centre’).
Rome is also known as the Eternal City. Its story spans almost 3,000 years. You could say it transgresses the boundaries of time.
Nowhere is this endless, ancient history more apparent than in Centro Storico.
Here, you could say the past comes alive. Or that it hangs around, refusing to go anywhere.
Either way, the winner is you.
**What can I do here?**
This picture-perfect place is why you came to Rome.
Most famous monuments are crammed into this treasure trove of an area. But there is *a lot*. You’ll struggle to see it all in one day.
You can tackle historic Rome in several ways:
* Organize a day of structured sightseeing. That way, all the thinking is done for you.
* Wander around aimlessly. Do that, and you’ll discover awe-inspiring surprises around every corner.
In the end, it’s up to you. (Lucky, lucky you. Can we come?)
Hungry? If you want the best of the best in Rome’s old town, you need to try the Hostaria Costanza. It’s a restaurant in the ruins of an ancient theatre. Locals love their fresh take on traditional Roman dishes.
If you’re looking for something a bit different, try the Ristorante Piperno. It’s a high-end Jewish restaurant. You’ll love their authentic, traditional dishes.
But of course, this is Rome. Explore. Try everywhere! There’s bound to be something you’ll love.
Where do we even start?
Historic Rome is the most fact-filled place – you’ll have to come and see for yourself.
Did you know that ‘July’ is named after the Emperor Julius Caesar?
Or that Cleopatra was born closer in time to the creation of the first McDonald’s than to the building of the Great Pyramid?
**Can I afford it?**
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