Via Manara - Trastevere-Monteverde - Rome

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Marvellous one bedroom apartment for rent in Trastevere district, on the second floor of a typical building located in one of the most fascinating spots of Rome’s city center.

The apartment opens into a corridor leading to the sitting room, which is furnished with utmost care and attention to details: a corner-shaped couch, which can be folded out to a double bed, a piano and a stylish fireplace contribute creating a cosy yet refined environment. Exposed beams and whitewashed walls also add an extra fashionable touch. Next to the sitting corner you find the dining room, which features some stunning pieces of furniture - dresser and dining table seating 4 - and overlooks San Cosimato square. The eat in, separate kitchen is appointed with every household appliance you might need, such as microwave, fridge with freezer and electric oven.
The night area is composed of a bedroom with double bed and a spacious wardrobe, and a marble-tiled bathroom featuring shower cubicle.

The apartment is also fitted with air conditioning and Wi Fi Internet.

!! Please, pay attention that the apartment might be unsuitable for the disabled: there are some small steps down from the bedroom into the bathroom.

Extra services:
For stays longer than 30 days, bi-weekly cleaning is included (with change of bed linen and towels).


Trastevere is perfect to get to know the real Rome, which happens to be quite far from the image depicted on tourists’ postcards. The area, which is reckoned as one of the most typical of the city, offers plenty of osterie - restaurants serving authentic Roman cuisine - (we recommend “Cencio”, “La Parolaccia”, as clients and waiters are used to throw insults at each other, “Il Rugantino” and “Da Gigetto”), pizzerias, as well as cinemas and street markets (San Cosimato’s has been recently renovated), and a wealth of services such as banks, pharmacies, supermarkets and ateliers.
Highly appreciated as a night spot for the after hour, Trastevere has in store some unmissable places, such as the trendy clubs in piazza Santa Maria - where the famous church is located - and “Callisto” bar, both buzzing with laughs and music late into the night.

Public transport
From Viale Trastevere, tram 8 to Largo Argentina/Circonvallazione Gianicolense and some bus heading to the main points of interest.

Parking within blue lines (paid parking - 1.20€/hour - from 8.00 am to 3.00 pm on weekdays, from 0.00 am to 03.00 am at weekends). Paid garage in the vicinity.
Cars are NOT allowed:

every day, all year round from 6.30 am to 10.00 am, only on weekdays;
from November to April: from Monday to Saturday, from 9.30 pm to 3.00 am;
from May to July: from Wednesday to Saturday, from 9.30 pm to 3.00 am (public holidays included);
from September to October: from Friday to Saturday, from 9.30 pm to 3.00 am (public holidays included);
August: from 6.30 am to 10.00 am, except at weekends.

Rome City Tax
Guests are required to pay a tourist tax: € 3,50 per person per night for up to 10 nights (maximum, € 35 per person).
Children under the age of 10 do not pay.

Booking conditions

  • Inclusions Final cleaning
    Initial cleaning
    Utilities (electricity, water, gas)
  • Available methods of payment: PayPal
    Wire transfer
    Credit Card
  • Check-in time: 15:00 - 19:00
  • Check-out time: 09:00 - 12:00
  • Cancellation Policy The full down-payment will be retained.


  • 5.0/5 Very nice flat! trés bien situé!
  • 4.4/5 The apartment was in a very good state, very nicely furnished and everything was clean and perfectly functional.Just two remarks: there is a big restaurant with tables outside just in front of the house and there is quite a lot of noise until after midnight.And the second more important one: I asked on the phone if the apartment was accessible with a wheelchair and they said yes, but there was a step in the bathroom so it was impossible for the disabled person to use the toilet without help.


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