The loft is an parquet open space and includes a living room, with fireplace, a big sofa and a vintage tv, and has three big windows whatching on an inside quiet and green courtyard.
There's a small well furnished kitchen area, a fridge and a washing machine.
The sleeping area is at the end of the open space (the opposite side of the maining entrance), on a moquettes floor, the queen size bed is on a raised structure, on the lower side there's a roller wardrobe and next to the bed there's a big window.
Next to the sleeping area you'll find a small and elegant tub furnished bathroom.
We suggest not to use your own shoes but comfortable slippers or even nothing (cause the floor is really warm, especially during the summer)
At the top of the building there's a wide shared terrace with a wonderful overlook on the Gianicolo park, where you can read or have dinner or dry your clothes
The loft has a wonderful and quiet mood, it has every comfort, towels and sheets, every kind of kitchen tools, an iron and a hoover, a tv with dvd reader, wifi, free heating, air conditioning and a pleasant fireplace for the winter.
You're next to the open market (where you find fruit, vegetables and some other products), opened every morning, and you are near the Gianicolo, a pretty hill where you have a wonderul panoramic point, next a wide park named “Villa Pamphili”, the house is in the heart of Trastevere so you may also have a nice walk in the neighbourhoodone of the most characteristic of the city.
DESCRIPTION OF THE AREA
In a few minutes you can reach the Gianicolo,
a very famous hill where you will enjoy a splendid view of the city
and the wide park "Villa Pamphili".
Nice promenades among the alleys, getting Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, Piazza Trilussa, Isola Tiberina etc.
Just behind the house there is "San Cosimato". A nice square with a tipical Italian open market and any kind of shops, bars, restaurants and supermarkets nearby.
1)FROM FIUMICINO AIRPORT
From Fiumicino airport you’ll see the information plaque, follow the signs until the small Fiumicino train station, where you’ll find the one that goes to Fara Sabina or Orte (even if the Fiumicino-Trastevere section takes just half an hour). Then, in front of the Trastevere station you’ll wait for the bus number 3 and get off at the “Ministero” (It’s our national Education Department, ask the driver, I think it’s the fourth or fifth stop). Via Morosini, my street, starts exactly from the “Ministero”. You’ll arrive in approximately one hour. In order to be there at your arrival, it’s better if you send me a message just before taking the train.
2) FROM CIAMPINO AIRPORT
If you are coming from ”Ciampino” airport you may go to Ciampino train station by shuttle, there take train with destination Termini; just outside Termini station there is a big buses terminal, you can take bus “H” or n. 75, and get off at “Ministero della Pubblica Istruzione”. (around 15/20 min.)
You may also choose to take the buses in front of the Ciampino airport (it’s really small, you’ll be outside in a while and then you’ll see in the square various buses). All the buses have the same route, however ask the guys on the side of the buses and tell them you are going to Termini. When you’ll arrive to Termini, then you’ll find a big square in front of the station, there is the bus named “H” or the bus number 75, ask to get off at “Ministero” (exactly the same “Ministero”, our national Department of Education), via Morosini starts from there. The apartment is internal 1.
I'm from Rome, I'm a percussionist and I love all kind of music and arts.
I like nature and plants, I'm use to work with wood, to built object and musical instruments.
I'm vegeterian, like to travel, yoga, meet people from all countries and talk in other languages.