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**Tenants must pay Rome's city tax (35 euros per person) and a final cleaning fee of 50 euros.**
## Apartment description
This property is a beautiful 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment located on Via della Gensola in the popular Trastevere neighbourhood of Rome. With a mezzanine level bedroom with a double bed, this is a quaint and cosy space, with lovely views out of the windows. It includes a small, but fully-equipped kitchenette with an oven, and a comfortable living area.
In the heart of Trastavere, you'll be living in one of the most beautiful, and beloved areas of the city. Trastavere old-town is an area of ancient piazzas and narrow winding streets, with bars spilling their tables onto the pavements, and beautiful family-owned restaurants, where you can eat amazing home-cooked food.
## Additional details
* Property type: apartment
* Number of bathrooms: 1
* Wi-Fi installed: yes
* Wi-Fi activated: yes
* Wi-Fi cost: €3 per day
* Tourism tax: €35 one-off (€3.50 per night for the first 10 nights)
* Free phone calls: included (to Italian, European and North American landlines)
* Air-conditioning: to be used from 15 June to 30 September
* Central heating: to be used from November 1 to April 15
* Other services: bed linen, bike rentals and a cot for children up to 2 years of age can be arranged at an additional cost
## Landlord policies
* Languages spoken: English, Italian
* Lives in property: no
* Variable deposit:
* Stays of up to 3 months: €100
* Stays of more than 3 months: €500
* Payment method: cash; bank transaction; credit card
* Final cleaning fee: €50
* Smoking: not allowed
* Pets: not allowed
* The apartment is a 2 minute walk from a tram stop with tram line 8 and a 2 minute walk from a bus stop with bus lines 23, 125 and 280.
## Neighborhood description
Your vibrant, central, and charming home
You might think Rome’s historic centre has the monopoly on beauty. But you'd be wrong. Cobbled streets and quaint piazzas make Trastevere one of Rome's true beauty spots.
To live here is to breathe and bathe in history. It’s awash with pretty churches and places to eat. And it’s one of Rome’s best places for nightlife.
Moving to Rome?
**What can I do here?**
In Trastevere, either you find entertainment or entertainment finds you.
Find a piazza. Settle in. The street performers will be along soon. Dancing, music, acting – it all happens here.
If you’re here to shop, boutiques are the norm, not chain stores. And when in Rome…
Loved-up couples, head to Gianicolo Park. It's on Rome’s highest hill and boasts panoramic views of the Eternal City. (You don't have to be in love to enjoy them.)
Visit Basilicas Santa Maria and Santa Cecilia. The first is one of the 4 major basilicas of Rome. The exterior is covered in mosaics. The second has beautiful art and an impressive ciborium. Both are must-sees.
If you’re here to indulge, choose a ristorante – any ristorante – and let the afternoon drift. Sit on the terrace. Enjoy the excellent local wine and food.
Something more specific?
Well OK then! Get thyself over to Le Mani in Pasta. They serve up local seafood and pasta dishes. The consensus is that their food is quite simply fantastic.
You might wonder why in Trastevere there are lots of little paintings of the Madonna. These *Madonelles*, or ‘little Madonnas’, were scattered across the area in the 1400s. The intent? To deter the Catholic population from committing crimes. She’s watching you.
**Can I afford it?**
€€–€€€ (mid-range to expensive)
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