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I stayed here for several weeks, and would definetly stay here again. Location is great, if you prefer a quiet area with less tourists. Trastevere is only a 12 minute walk away (down a quite steep hill). Buses to different locations in city center (including...More
You immediately feel at home at Casa Cibella, which is run by the lovely Carla Cibella. The pensione is located in central Rome, in the cosy Monteverde district, with lots of restaurants, cafés and small shops. Cibella's rooms are large, and have a nice view...More
Wonderful b&b in a nice residential area with good bus connections (#75, 44) to the centre and great views about 10 minutes walk away at Gianicola. Friendly, knowledgeable hostess. Very good food market only a few minutes walk. I've stayed here 3 times now.
A lovely apartment in the most charming area. The owner is a very nice lady, who is genuinly warm hearted and serviceminded. The Norwegian institute and The American Univerity of Rome is only 3-5 minute walking distance from the apartments. You can take the bus,...More
Nice clean room with own bathroom near city center of Rome. Room is part of big apartement in an apartment building in Trastevere. The owner is very friendly lady, who is ready to inform you about nice "non-touristic" restaurants in neighbourhood to enjoy real "Romans...More
US$62 - US$97 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Above the city on the Janiculum hill, Monteverde is Rome’s popular "getaway" neighbourhood, coveted for its greenery. Rome's largest urban park, Villa Pamphili, is the area's centrepiece with affordable prices and peace and quiet. Monteverde is just far enough away from the centre to feel like you’re on a Roman holiday and close enough to feel the lure of Rome's chaos. Though its downside is the lack of
scheduled public transport, this family-oriented area is literally a well-deserved walk in the park.