Attractive city apartment in the centre of Rome which has been rated with an average of five out of five house symbols.1/14The best in Rome
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Apartment situated in an old palazzo near St Peter’s Basilica.2/14Trip to the Eternal City
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3/14Best holiday resort Italy
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Secluded country house for up to 12 people in Tuscany.4/14Holiday with your own pool
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You’ll find this exceptional holiday apartment for four people in the heart of Rome.5/14That certain something
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Holiday apartment for max. 16 persons on the Italian Adriatic Coast6/14Italian country estate
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Luxurious country estate for up to 20 people in Umbria.7/14Everyone can come along here!
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Pool in a holiday resort at Lake Garda. Here amongst others there is an apartment for 4 people.8/14Entertainment for everyone
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This is how holiday rental owners described Rome – Centro Storico
Then reach the Colosseum and the Roman Forum ...
show more on foot through the beautiful Colle Oppio Park and the Domus Aurea then touching is a great pleasure. The neighborhood is lively but not touristy, many the services (restaurants, food, rent a bike or scooter, etc), and the pleasant feeling to experience the city as one of its inhabitants.
For those who want to dedicate their stay to visit museums suggest the Roma Pass.per receive discounts on tickets and transport
For those who want to visit the Galleria Borghese is best to book in advance via web
In the house you will find guides, maps, brochures that will facilitate the visit of the city, over directions and information for those who want to visit Villa Adriana in Tivoli or Ostia Antica)
walk everywhere you go: Forum, the Colosseum, Piazza Venezia, Trevi Fountain, Trinity de Monti, Campo de 'Fiori, Piazza Navona ...
For the lazy is connected by metro and bus.
To those who want to go directly to St. Peter, I recommend going with the small electric bus, which runs through the center of Rome and back strictly on foot.
show more time. From Lungotevere, Via dei Coronari arrives at Piazza Navona, amidst medieval streets, Renaissance palaces and Baroque buildings.
At only 10 meters distance from the house you can find a well-stocked supermarket and many historical bars such as “Caffè della Pace” as well as a wide selection of high-quality restaurants, inns, trattorias and pizzerias where you will enjoy the typical Roman atmosphere. The Bramante’s Cloister, Navona Square, Pantheon, Campo de’ Fiori and St. Angel’s Castle, S. Peter are only few of the many popular tourist attractions surrounding this area.
Maggiore in Italian means greater, but the name given to the gate is not related to its size; it is thought to be a contraction of Porta di S. Maria Maggiore because it ...
show more allowed direct access to that basilica; others suggest it was a reference to Aula Majoris, a large hall of the nearby palace of St. Helena (today partly occupied by S. Croce in Gerusalemme). The gate was also known as Porta di S. Croce.
In 1838 Pope Gregory XVI decided to free the monumental arches of the aqueduct from later additions; the remaining fortifications were pulled down after the unification of Italy and in 1956 the ground was brought back to its original level.
Three lengthy inscriptions describe the completion of the aqueduct by Emperor Claudius and its restoration by Emperors Vespasian and his son Titus. An interesting aspect of the inscriptions is that they show the coexistence of republican institutions with the growing power of the emperors.
In the first inscription Claudius was described as:
TI. CLAUDIUS DRUSI F. CAISAR AUGUSTUS GERMANICUS PONTIF. MAXIM. TRIBUNICIA POTESTATE XII COS. V IMPERATOR XXVII PATER PATRIAE ..
his name and the references to his family were followed by Germanicus, a title given to him for war victories, and by a series of "positions" he held in the frame of the republican institutions: pontifex maximus, tribune of the people, consul, imperator and father of the nation; the numbers say how many times he was tribune and consul or was acclaimed imperator.
The inscription for Vespasian starts as follows:
IMP. CAESAR VESPASIANUS AUGUST. followed by the reference to the positions he held.
Finally the inscription for Titus begins with:
IMP. T(itus). CAESAR DIVI F. VESPASIANUS.
In these cases the title of imperator was emphasized by being directly associated with Vespasian and Titus.
show more to be in transit to something else: an office in which to work, to visit a church, a restaurant in which to eat. But it is a very pleasant place in which to relax and have a coffee.
show more and excursions, in fact, the B & B is located between two beautiful churches , including the Cathedral of St. John Lateran, with the famous Scala Santa , visited by millions of believers , Church of Santa Croce in Gerusalemme , Rome and Zagreobio Bed & Breakfast ' located in a strategic area of the city, 250 meters from the Metro - 800 meters from the Termini railway station, tram and bus 10 meters , Zagreobio B & B Rome is ideal as you can easily reach the Colosseum and the Imperial Forums the Vatican is only 2,500 meters .. the area is also well served by High Quality Restaurants , Supermarket , and the diner , some affiliated with Our Bed & Breakfast, park Viale Carlo Felice offers the opportunity to walk in the green and inside the walls of ancient Rome to the B & B there are several restaurants and pizzerias , many affiliated with us, we also Tabacchi, Bar , Bakery , Food Self , Supermarket.
show more streets . Must see: the fountain of Pius IX (Borgo Pio height n. 179/180) and the "Passetto" that connects Castel S. Angelo S. Peter (open also by night in summer).
From the airport you can take a train that arrive at Termini Station. From Termini station you can take bus number 910 that brings you directly to Casa Donatello. You will get off at Via del Vignola stop. It is at the corner with Via Donatello, 39, ...
show more in front of a flower kiosk. You are there!
You can buy bus tikets inside the station or outside in a tabac store. It costs 1,50 euros each and it lasts for 100 minutes. You can use the same tiket for buses and tube. From Termini to Via Donatello it will takes half an hour, even less depending on trafic. The bus is outside the station where there are many. Ask to someone where is it exactly number 910. Remember the name of the stop is 'Vignola'. We'll wait you at the apartment.
If you have any problems you can call me. If you don't want to get stressed with buses you can take a taxi that wil costs around 20 euros. Pay attention to taxi drivers. they are not alwais honest.
See you there!
We would like to thank you for choosing Casa Donatello for your staying in Rome, we are sure you will have a pleasant stay in our place.
Here-above, some useful information you will need. We will ask you to print the following information and take it with you before you leave your home! :-)
We hope you will enjoy the flat and your stay in Rome!
PLEASE PRINT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND TAKE IT WITH YOU
You will probably be welcomed by Gea. Her phone number is 0039.3184.108.40.2060 if you are calling from a foreign phone or 06.32.00.362 if you are calling from a Roman phone.
HOW TO GET THERE
Address : 39, via Donatello. 00196. Roma
From "Termini" train station : take the bus number 910 then you get out in via del Vignola on the corner with via Donatello. take via Donatello, just at beginning, in front of a flowers shop, there is number 39, which is on the right sidewalk.
From metro "Flaminio" : you get out in Piazzale Flaminio. At your left you will find the arch that introduce you to Piazza del Popolo (the historical center). On the right you will find the beginning of via Flaminia, that cross all the Flaminio area. From there you can take the local tram and get out at the fourth stop (Fracassini). From there, on the left of via Flaminia, starts via Donatello. Take this street down. On the left sidewalk, you will see number 39 (approx. 50 meters from tram stop).
HOW TO GET INTO THE BUILDING
Once in front of the main door of the building, you will see a board with all the family names; you have to ring on Marinelli.
HOW TO GET TO THE APARTMENT
Once you are into the building, cross the main entrance of the building. Once in the hall you can say hallo to the doorman and take one of the two elevators. The apartment is on the first floor; the first door (the one on your right) when you get out from elevators.
VERY IMPORTANT ADVISES
we try to give you as much information as possible to make your arrival easier. However, here are some advises we STRONGLY recommend you to follow BEFORE YOU LEAVE YOUR HOME, so that you will not be lost:
- Please check how to get to "Termini Station" from your arrival airport/station in Rome
- Please print the map of the area around "via Donatello" from GoogleMaps, paying attention that metro station "Flaminio" is included in the map you will print
- Please take note Contact person's phone number with you
Please let us know at what time you plan to be in the apartment. For your information, you will need:
20 minutes aprox to get from Termini station
45 minutes aprox to get from Leonardo da Vinci Airport (Fiumicino) by taxi
One hour aprox to get from Ciampino Airport.
If possible, please let us know if your flight/train/boat/bus/car is delayed by sending an sms to the contact person. It will cost you 0,20 € and it will let us do some other things before you arrive :-)
Finally, do not forget that this site ask you 200 € deposit upon arrival. 200 € that AirBnB will give back to you, except if you broke the TV or a window because you were drunk :-)
PLEASE PRINT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND TAKE IT WITH YOU
The Basilica of St. Peter and the Vatican is 0.9 miles away, about 18 minutes walk or 4 bus stops. With just a few more minutes of walk you are ...
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"IL GRILLO AI FORI ...
show more ROMANI" (The Cricket at the Roman Forum)
is a welcoming home for your Roman holiday.
Apartment in historic building, in the historical center of Roman Empire
From the windows you can admire the ruins of the Forum of Augustus and Trajan's Market, home of the Knights of Rhodes and the beautiful square where the famous palace of the Marchese del Grillo (see movie).
The Coliseum, Palatine Hill, St. Peter in Chains, Piazza Venezia and the Vittoriano, the Spanish Steps, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, the Capitol, the Ara Coeli, Teatro Marcello, the Mouth of Truth, Circus Maximus, Terme di Caracalla, the Tiber Island and the Quirinal and the beautiful Trevi Fountain are reachable with a pleasant walk (10 "real" minutes!).
Besides the historical value of the area, the Rione Monti offers a wide range of recreational activities and fulfillment of the most refined palates thanks to the local taverns and restaurants specializing in traditional and modern cuisine.
The house, tastefully renovated and equipped with every comfort and can accommodate families and small groups of friends up to six people.
To meet all his needs, guests have access to a kitchen (breakfast included in price. "product packaged from housewife pantry"), and a living room with a sofa bed, a bathroom with shower and two bedrooms..
The double bedrooms "Suite of Augustus" from the windows you can admire the square and the Forum of Augustus.
The double bedrooms of "Trajan" quiet but hides the charm of its terrace
Each room has air conditioning and indipendent heating, TV and wireless Internet wi-fi access.
"The Cricket at the Roman Forum" is ideal Holiday for a romantic and exciting for those who love the story of "Caput Mundi Rome".
It is the ideal choice for people who are not obliged to stay ...
show more in the chaotic centre of Rome. It is well-placed - not too near the hubbub of the city, not too far out, and with excellent communications to all parts.
show more located near the Coppedè District reachable on foot in a few minutes,the fantastical mix of Ancient Greek, Roman Barroque, Manieristic, Medieval, and overall Art Nouveau including marbles, arcades, multicolored decorations, arches. Other points of interest are: the Mausoleum of Santa Costanza, a masterpiece of early Christian art; Musei di Villa Torlonia, the unmissable Borghese Gallery. In the adjacent Corso Trieste and Piazza Istria, there are restaurants, pizzerias, pubs, bars, cinemas, shops, supermarkets, banks and bus stops (lines 80, 89,38) directed to the Old Town and / or to Termini Station. Metro B1, 100 meters from the apartment. This area is also well connected to highways (A1 and A24).
Whether you are in Rome for 3 days, 3 weeks or 3 months, be prepared to step into the world’s biggest open air museum.
You can decide to follow the typical tourist paths or you can be ...
show more luck or brave enough to go off the usual tracks. One way or the other, Rome will seduce you and it will hardly leave you indifferent. It will surprise you, like a beautiful middle aged woman that has still plenty to offer and whose beauty is just been merely blurred by time passing by.
Rome is one of world's most photogenic cities - not surprising when you remember what's here - The Vatican, the Trevi Fountain, St Peter's Square, Spanish Steps, Colosseum...
Whether you spend your time sightseeing, or lazing in cafés watching the world go by, it will be your turn to feature in your very own Roman Holiday.
The apartment (about 90 square meters) wide and very bright, is furnished in modern style.
Located on the second floor (with elevator) of an elegant building in a curtain in the green entrance with concierge in the neighborhood gianicolense a few steps from the beautiful Villa ...
show more Pamphili.
Ideal for families, professionals and business purposes have to stay in the capital for short periods or for groups of friends visiting the city who want to have independence and intimacy of an apartment with every comfort.
The apartment has two bedrooms, living room, kitchen (fully equipped for six people with a fridge, freezer, stove with oven), bathroom with shower, large terrace with awning, table and chairs.
LOCATION AND TRANSPORT
The apartment is located in the district gianicolense, a few steps from the beautiful Villa Pamphili.
Nearby there are the following public transport with which you can quickly reach the city center in about 20 minutes:
A 350 m Bus 98 goes to the Basilica of St. Peter's at about 4 Km
A 50 m H bus up to Termini railway station, passing through Piazza Venezia.
show more latin - accumulated) - close to the Sunday flea-market and full of shops and restaurants (among many others Bucatino typical Roman trattoria for a typical Roman meal in Testaccio, Via Luca Della Robbia, 84 06 574 688615 minutes walk over the bridge or Mapi via Francesco Benaglia 3 from viale Trastevere, large choice good cuisine and small prices)
10 minutes walk to
• Piramide - (pyramid-shaped tomb of a rich Roman)
• English Cemetery (John Keats)
20 minutes walk to
• Caracalla's Baths (famous Mithraeum underground!)
and from there to
At Caracalla's Baths or Colosseo you can catch the archeobus - see details on its web-site
• Michelangelo's Moses in S Pietro in Vincoli
• Roman Fori and Palatino (buy Roman Fori ticket first, which admits you to Colosseo skipping the queue there)
• S Clemente famous multi-level church
From nearby viale Trastevere tram no. 8 (just few stops to the end) to
• Campo dei Fiori (take little electric bus 116 from Piazza della Cancelleria; get off at Piazza Colonna, go right to Fontana di Trevi and Palazzo Barberini (Raffaello), go left to the chic shopping area and Spanish Steps; remaining further on the116 to the end passing via Veneto and American Embassy to the Galleria Borghese absolutely dont miss (Caravaggio, Bernini)
• Piazza Navona (visit Altemps Museum)
• Largo Argentina - nearby for opera-lovers S Andrea della Valle where first act of Tosca is set - from Largo Argentina bus 64 or 40 to Vatican (in 64 beware of pick-pockets) - a curiosity: the denomination Argentina doesnt refer to the South America country, but to the Latin denomination of the French city Strasbourg, which was called argentoratum in the Renaissance as a little priester comunity was living there
Vatican Museums also from via Ostiense bus 23
From nearby Piramide metro station
• Basilica S Paolo (visiting this imposing basilica + other three S Pietro, S Giovanni, S Maria Maggiore , Catholics can shorten their stay in Purgatory ) and further on
• EUR -Fascism built, now architecturally revalued quarter, where you can visit the Museo della Civiltà Romana, much appreciated by art historians, which gives a large overview of Roman civilization conceivably by means of castings of Roman art works from all over the Roman world of that time
northbound to the Termini Station area
• Museo archeologico (top archeological Museum)
• famous "erotic" S Cecilia statue in S Maria della Vittoria
• S Maria Maggiore and S Prassede (amazing byzantine mosaics)
San Giovanni is a well-serviced area, with many coffee shops, bars and restaurants, as well as supermarkets, a car garage, launderette, local market etc.
The connection to ...
show more the city centre is guaranteed by nearby metro line A at Re di Roma, which is about 100 meters from the front door. You will be access the Spanish Steps, Stazione Termini and the Colosseum in minutes, but also stunning basilicas on foot with a pleasant walk.
The apartment is centrally heated and come with Free Wi-Fi, the bedrooms are also equipped with air-conditioning. Bed linen and towels are provided upon arrival.
It is situated in via Edoardo Jenner n.49 at the first floor ( with elevator ) of an elegant building in a residential district called "Monteverde".
In the neighborhood you can easily reach the characteristic "Trastevere" and "Testaccio" districts, famous for their intense ...
show more night life. Here, in fact, you can find several typical restaurants, taverns, pubs with live music, as well as clubs and discos and any kind of attraction which has made the roman "movida " famous.
In the apartament area all commercial services are available, such as several supermarkets, a discount and the famous open market in piazza s. Giovanni di Dio.
Close the apartment is also one of the most famous park in Rome : villa Doria Pamphili.
You can reach downtown with nr 8 express tram-line, which will take you to largo Argentina in only 15 min. .
From there you can easily reach the main touristic destinations (san Pietro, piazza Navona, piazza Venezia, Colosseo, circo Massimo, terme di Caracalla..)
The apartment is situated in a strategic position both for the distance and for the connections to the main touristic destinations.
Nr 44 bus line takes you dowtown ( end of line in piazza Venezia ) and stops at 20 meters walking from the apartment, while at only 2 min walking, you can catch nr 8 express tram-line which reaches largo Argentina in only 20 min. From there you can easily reach the main touristic destinations ( san Pietro, piazza Navona, piazza Venezia, Colosseo, circo Massimo, terme di Caracalla... ).
You'll stay in the center of Rome!
Since 1927 Rinaldi family, now at the 4th generation, live here ...
show more and periodically take care of the maintenance and refurbishment of such an old house.
Now they decide to use part of the building as a Guest House for all people whishing to visit the Eternal City and at same time to feel the daily life in one of its most exclusive district.
show more magnet that attracts people from all over the world, and is the favourite Roman Quarter for artists, musicians, actors and people who seek something new. Its colourful personality never leaves you untouched. The apartment is located in a quiet area despite being in the heart of Trastevere. The Roman Forum, Coliseum, Pantheon, Piazza Navona and more sites are all within walking distance. As for public transportation, a few steps from home, you can take a small electric buses to run all historical center.
From Fiumicino Airport: Take the shuttle train “Leonardo Express” with direction “Stazione Termini” – the main station. From there take the subway “Metro B” with direction towards Laurentina, get off at the stop PIRAMIDE; from that point you can carry on the bus no. 719 or ...
show more the streetcar no. 3 or no. 8.
From Ciampino Airport: Take one of the shuttle bus services (eg. “Terravision”) with direction towards the main station “Stazione Termini”. From there take the subway “Metro B” with direction towards Laurentina, get off at the stop PIRAMIDE; from that point you can carry on the bus no. 719 or the streetcar no. 3 or no. 8.
From the main station “Stazione Termini”: Take the subway “Metro B” with direction towards Laurentina, get off at the stop PIRAMIDE; from that point you can carry on the bus no. 719 or the streetcar no. 3 or no. 8.
From Tiburtina train station: Leave the train station and proceed for approximate 50 meters until you reach the subway station Tiburtina. Take the subway “Metro B” with direction towards Laurentina, get off at the stop PIRAMIDE, from that point you can carry on the bus no. 719 or the streetcar no. 3 or no. 8. Get off at Portuense/Ramazzini and proceed for approximate 400 meters until you reach the Patrizia Romana Palace.
From Trastevere train station: Leave the train station, at approximate 50 meters ahead you find the bus stop “Stazione Trastevere (FS)”. Take the bus line no. 774 (passes all 15 minutes). After 10 stop you reach the bus stop “Portuense/Forlanini (H)”; hop off and continue for approximate 200 meters until you reach your destination.
Driving instructions by car: From all highways proceed in direction GRA (Grand Raccordo Annulare), take the exit (uscita) 26 towards Roma Centro, go onto the SS148 and proceed in direction of “Via Cristoforo Colombo” and take the exit on your left-hand side towards “Viale Guglielmo Marconi”, continue always straight, make a left turn at “Piazza Enrico Fermi”, carry on “Via Francesco Grimaldi”, follow on “Via Quirino Majorana” , continue on “Via di Pozzo Pantaleo”, make a slight left turn on “Via Portuense”, last but not least take the first street on your left until you reach ”Via di Vigna Jacobini”.
In the surroundings of the Patrizia Romana Palace you will find restaurants, bar’s, banks/ATM’s, pharmacies, a postal office, ambulance services, two synagogues (two different religious rites available), various types of shops and a daily street market. Every Sunday you can visit one of the most famous flea market in the world called “Porta Portese”.
The residence is conveniently connected as well to the Roman Forum, Coliseum and all the other historic sites thanks to the vicinity of public transportation. In very few minutes you can reach “Trastevere” – one of the most characteristic neighborhoods of Rome, considered the melting pot of the roman night life by many famous intellectuals and artist ever since.
The area hosts furthermore, the most important hospitals of the entire city: The “San Camillo”, The Istituto Nazionale “Lazzaro Spallanzani” and the “Carlo Forlanini”.
show more be reached with a single bus.
show more in some cases its boundaries reach as high as 50 km from the center. The house is well connected by public transport nearby. Nearby is the way casilina with more public transport and with the new metro C (opening 2012); nearby you can visit all the countries of the Castelli Romani, Tivoli Ancient Ostia.
The house is twenty minutes from Ciampino Airport and 35 miles from Fiumicino Airport. Nearby, there are the research centers of Frascati, cnr, the esa, ESRIN, the Bank of Italy and the campus of Tor Vergata.
Valmontone with its newest park "Rainbow Magic Lande"is 20 minutes by motorway.
A torvaianica during the summer season you can visit the zoo marine, aquatic games and dolphins. Rome and Vatican City will require all your attention, to be visited, but you'll be enthusiastic.
The Vatican Museums are at just 600 metres from the apartments, ...
show more the tickets for the Sistine Chapel are available at reception so that you will avoid the long cue to enter the Vatican Museums.
In the Sistine Chaple you will admire the renowned fresco of Michelangelo.
The Apartments are at 900 metres from the hostorical centre, bus line 64 at 50 metres from the apartments allows you to reach the historical centre in 15 minutes. You will have the pleasure to visita and see the Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum, the famus Piazza Navona, the beautiful Spanish Steps, Via del Corso, the most central street of the centre, and adimrie the luxury Via Condotti
with the most famous Italian fashion brands names.
At only 50 meters from the apartments you will find Saint Peter's Train Station, here you can by bus and metro tickets.
At 500 metres you will find the Carrefour Supermarket, open 7 days a week from 8.00 to 8.00pm.
For airport trasportation this is an accelent location:
From Fiumicino (FCO) airport you can take the overground train to Trastevere Staion and here any overgound train to Stazione San Pietro.
From Ciampino Airport (CIA) you can take the BUS line to Termini Station and from here Bus line 64 to Piazza della Station San Pietro.
show more pizza. This area is becoming increasingly attractive, especially for young people and reflects the very soul of the city, you can easily compare to a new Trastevere.
As a central and very lively, thanks to close the university "La Sapienza", is connected day and night with all areas of Rome. You have only take a bus 10 meters from the apartment and in a few stops at Piazza Di Spagna. The subway is located at 800 meters and brings in two stops at the Colosseum. We are always ready and available when you arrive to give you all the information you need as well as provide assistance 24 hours over 24 in case of need.
Parking is available by reservation at the cost of Euro 11/15 per day and for those arriving by train is easy on foot in about eight minutes. From Fiumicino airport simply take the "Leonardo Express" that leads to the Stazione Termini in about 45 minutes from Ciampino airport the bus Terravision "always directed at Termini.
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