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Trastevere Luxury is a spacious apartment located in the most vibrant and authentic part of the Roman center, Trastevere. Situated inside a prestigious building with doorman, you enter the apartment in a large entrance hall from where you can both enter the living room and open kitchen, or walk directly through a long corridor where you find the 3 bedrooms and bathrooms.
Trastevere Luxury has been completely refurbished with the finest materials and furniture. The living room has a comfortable sofa bed, suitable for 2 persons. The dining table with a modern industrial look offers room for 8 persons. The kitchen is fully equipped with a professional oven and hob. You can prepare real meals here for 8 persons. From the living room a small step leads towards the terrace (40m2) where you can enjoy in all privacy your meals or simply relax besides the lemon trees. The living room has a multi media flat screen TV. Wifi internet is available.
The corridor leads to the first (twin) bedroom on your lefthand side. Large French windows give views towards the terrace. All bedrooms are very quiet. Opposite the twin bedroom you will find a spacious bathroom with tub and overhead shower and washing machine. At the end of the corridor we have two double bedrooms. The one on the left also gives views towards the terrace. The master bedroom has en en-suite bathroom with a large walk-in rain shower.
Trastevere Luxury is the ideal apartment for a large family or a group of friends that wish to enjoy a true Roman Holiday without any traffic noise, yet being in the center of one of the most ancient parts of town. Next door you have a fresh food street market on Piazza San Cosimato. A supermarket is also around the corner and Trastevere offers over 200 bars and restaurants.
Trastevere is one of the best areas Rome has to offer. The district lies left of the Tiber but very central to the Vatican City, the ancient center of Rome and all its attractions. It is the atmosphere which makes Trastevere so much. You can say it is like a small village in a big city. In the morning life is very laid back, but in the afternoon Trastevere roars of activity for the evening and...the night.
Trastevere has many local shops, an almost daily market with fresh food and an abundance of restaurants and bars which are still very good and affordable.
The area around the Piazza Santa Maria is very touristy. Just cross the Viale Trastevere and enter the Jewish section which is much less crowded. Except for Sunday morning when a huge flea market, which is very popular with the locals, takes place. Have a stroll throught the streets of the Jewish section to find nice authentic restaurants and picturesque squares where life is good and easy.
Another unmissable attraction is the climb to Borgo. This lay out of green is on top of Romes highest hill and offers a magnificent view of both the city on one side and the Vatican City on the other side.