This 1-bedroom apartment on Via Pietro Marchisio, in Cinecittà is fully furnished and has an equipped kitchen. The 55?m² property has lovely floors and a simple but stylish modern decor. The spacious living room is furnished with a comfortable sofa, and gets lots of natural light. The apartment has 2 beautifully tiled bathrooms.
The apartment is located in Cinecittà, south east of the city centre. Although not one of Rome's central neighbourhoods, there are plenty of shops and restaurants nearby, and the Cinecittà market is well worth a visit.
* Cinecittà is often referred to as 'Italian Hollywood', and the neighbourhood is home to the famous Cinecittà Studios.
* The apartment is spacious and stylish, with a clean modern decor.
* There is a cute little balcony to enjoy a drink as the sun goes down.
* Central heating is installed throughout.
* The kitchen is well equipped and open-plan to the living room.
* The apartment gets plenty of natural light.
* There is a washing machine in the apartment, but no dryer.
* Property type: apartment
* Floor area: 55?m²
* Floor: 1st
* Elevator: yes
* Number of bathrooms: 2
* Wi-Fi installed: yes
* Building fees: yes, included in price of rent
* TARI (refuse collection tax): yes, included in price of rent
* Towels: yes, included
* Parking: no
* Languages spoken: English, Italian
* Lives on property: no
* Smoking: not allowed
* Pets: not allowed
* Deposit: 1 month’s rent
* Payment method: bank transfer
* Contract registration tax: nothing! The landlord assumes this cost (**[what is this?](https://#removed#/blog/renting-in-italy-hidden-apartment-fees/)**)
* Additional documentation:
* ID / Passport
* Codice Fiscale
* The Anagnina Metro, which serves the MEA line, is a 10-minute walk from the apartment.
_Lights, camera, action!_
The Italian film industry has a lot to thank Cinecittà for. After all, it&'s home to Cinecittà Studios, founded in 1937 in a bid to put Italy back on cinema&'s front line.
The project was a success, but the studios have been through a lot. The site was bombed during WW2. For 2 years after the war finished, it also served as a camp for displaced people.
**What can I do here?**
Did we talk about movies enough yet?
Oh, well … we&'re going to continue anyway. After all, the name does mean &'Cinema City&'.
If you&'re here, you should check out Cinecittà Studios; see the sets of world-famous movies.
What&'s that? You want something non-cinema-related?
Take a trip to Cinecittà market.You won&'t go hungry. There are 2 restaurants that cook excellent food fresh from the market stalls. Make your choice:
- Macelleria Bisteccheria Ulivieri for meat.
- Pescheria Agraja for fish.
You&'ll be paying restaurant, not market prices, though.
To the east, close to Tor Vergata University, you can find the Hop & Pork. The &'Hop&' part of the name refers to the fact that the bar sells an excellent variety of craft beers. The &'Pork&' refers to … well, pork.
Beer and cold cuts. Heaven!
- La Dolce Vita
- Romeo & Juliet (Zeffirelli)
- Gangs of New York
All of these blockbusters were produced in Cinecittà Studios. Cinematic!
**Can I afford it?** €–€€ (budget-friendly to mid-range)
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