Home 10 Via Giorgio Scalia 10, Rome - Italy
230 meters from the metro (Cipro) and 800 meters from the Vatican Museums Two rooms. One with 1 double bed and 1 single bed can be converted into double bed, the other with 1 double bed, fitted kitchen, two bathrooms with shower, living room, balcony inside.
It is well connected with all the archaeological and cultural sites, leisure and entertainment and shopping is surrounded by grocery stores (groceries, supermarkets, bars, restaurants, banks, post offices and others). For 6/8 beds.
FREE WI-FI ALL IN THE HOUSE, air conditioning, central heating. It accommodates up to 6 people. The apartment is equipped with washing machine, clothes dryer, iron and ironing board. The kitchen is equipped with a 4-burner gas cooker, dining table for 6, fridge, Italian coffee maker, citrus juice and everything you need to cook and eat. The apartment is ready with sheets, blankets, towels. 1 cot and 1 high chair are available for 1 child up to 3 years old (free of charge). THE HOUSE IS TOTALLY GUARANTEED BY THE GUESTS.
The rates of the HOME 10 apartment can vary depending on the tourist season, the events in Rome, as well as promotional offers.
The rent of the apartment does not include: final cleaning equal to € .20.00, the contribution of stay equal to € 3.50 per person per day required by law.
The Eternal City Rome, capital of Italy, is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Its old town, along with the Holy See extraterritorial property in the city and the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, is among the 50 Italian sites included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The old town, enclosed within the Aurelian walls (to the left of the Tiber) and the walls gianicolensi (to the right of the river), includes 25,000 points of interest and archaeological environment. The Colosseum, Piazza Navona, the Spanish Steps, Via Veneto, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon and numerous other Squares, the Vatican City, the Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Basilica can be reached with the red line (line A) metro only a few minutes.
Legend has it that Rome was founded in 753 BC, two brothers, Romulus and Remus, suckled by the famous Lupa, which has become the quintessential symbol of the capital, along with one of its most important monuments: the Colosseum. But it is the story that has made Rome: first center of the Roman Republic, then focus of political and cultural life of the Empire, and, in the fourth century., Capital of the Christian world.