I am happy to welcome you at my place, a cosy and comfortable apartment situated at the 1st floor of a Thirties building in the charming and central neighbourhood of San Saba, near the Baths of Caracalla. It is composed of two double rooms (one with a small double bed) with an independent and furnished balcony each, a living-room, one bathroom and a well equipped kitchen. Wi-Fi included.
From home you can easily walk to Circo Massimo and to the Colosseum. Furthermore, you just need a five minutes walk to reach Piramide Metro Station and the bus station of several lines heading to the historic city centre ( (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) and 280) and in ten minutes youl'll reach Ostiense Railway Station (trains to and from FCO airport).
A few steps out of the flat and you can admire the beautiful Basilica of San Saba. If you feel like shopping in the picturesque open market of the neighbourhood, walk to the tree-lined square nearby where you can also find a newsagent’s, a theatre and some nice bars. There is a supermarket (a discount) just round the corner.
In San Saba and in the nearby district of Testaccio (10 minutes walking) you will be able to choose from a wide range of typical Roman restaurants and also find banks, ATMs and a post office (designed by the Functionalist architect Adalerto Libera, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) , surrounded by the Parco della Resistenza. From San Saba you could also walk to the popular and picturesque district of Trastevere (20 min.).
San Saba offers you plenty of pleasures…
…for your eyes (and soul):
o Piramide Cestia
oProtestant Cemetery in Testaccio where Antonio Gramsci and the famous British Poets Keats and Shelley rest in peace
o San Saba Basilica (IX Century)
oCentrale Montemartini (a Roman art museum built within a disused power station, an outstanding example of postmodern architecture).
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I wish that you do the same you would ask a guest coming at your own place: to wash dishes and pans you use and put them back into the cupboard; to throw garbage; to respect the house which welcomes you.