This charming apartment of 68 m2 can comfortably accommodate up to six people. It’s located on the third floor (with lift access) of an old and renewed building, roughly 50 metres from the Porta Maggiore. This phrase translates as the ‘larger gate’, and in ancient times the gate was one of the main entry points to the city of Rome. In just 15 minutes you can reach the Colosseum and five minutes on the bus will take you to the Manzoni metro stop, from where you can reach the Stazione Termini or the city’s main monuments.
The imposing Porta Maggiore dominates its central-Rome setting, and is a crossing point both for historical aqueducts and modern-day trains. It’s also the starting point of two main consular streets; Prenestina and Labicana. The monument has been reconstructed
and renovated several times, and it’s only in the last 50 years that it has regained the lustre of its original structure.
From this location you can easily reach the Teatro dell’Opera, the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli, Piazza Repubblica and the Fontana di Mosé. The neighbourhood of San Lorenzo, rich in both history and modernity, offers you a full array of choices when it comes to cafes and restaurants, which serve a range of regional delicacies.
The apartment is comprised of two large, tastefully decorated bedrooms, which reveal a strong attention to detail. There is a bright, comfortable living room with a double sofa bed, and an open-plan, fully equipped kitchen. There is a bathtub in the spacious bathroom. The flat also benefits from air conditioning and a Wi-Fi broadband connection.
The building itself has a lift and there is private parking at extra cost. Apartment no. 15034 is located in the same building, and follows a similar layout. It would be ideal for a large family or small groups of friends who could rent both apartments.