Destinations that have always held a prized place in any self-respecting traveller’s bucket list. European capitals and their streets, bursting at the seams with history around every corner, are firm favourites of all travellers looking to escape for a weekend break or for longer holidays. How many do you have left to cross off your list of places you’ve been to? If the Italian capital is one of them, we encourage you to pack your bags and set off to discover the city’s most picturesque neighbourhoods during a stay at these spectacular apartments in Rome.
Apartments in Rome: experience this magical city like a local
Looking for apartments in Rome? Discover Monti and stay at 64 Suites Apart
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the busier tourist spots, you’ll find Monti, an area that still maintains its Italian essence, all the better for you to enjoy it. Boutiques full of artisanal products, narrow streets with cafés and charming restaurants all add to the local life of a neighbourhood where locals and tourists live together, making it an eclectic, cosmopolitan hotspot.
Where to sleep
Whether you’re planning to travel with family or friends, 64 Suites Apart is perfect for exploring Rome while feeling right at home. It has all the modern comforts, such as rooms equipped with television, free Wi-Fi and air conditioning. The décor is elegant and classic elements such as wooden ceilings will make these apartments in Rome the ideal place to unwind after a long day of walking through the city. Yes, 64 Suites Apart is undoubtedly one of the best options if you’re looking for apartments in Rome.
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The impressive Campo Marzio in Babuino 79
If there’s one area of Rome that is home to centuries of history, it is Campo Marzio, the Field of Mars. Named after an ancient altar dedicated to the god of the same name, the Agripa Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Piazza di Spagna and the Solarium Augusti are just some of the many sites of interest here.
Where to sleep
Wherever we go, what we really want is to feel at home. At Babuino 79, that certainly won’t be a problem, thanks to the carefully chosen décor, the chic details in each area and its superb location, in one of the city’s busiest streets; you’ll feel like a local! Towels, hairdryer, sheets and even Netflix. These apartments really do have it all.
The always charming Trastevere, while staying at Ripa 17
Probably the best known area in the city. Trastevere is an area chock-full of sites that are sure to delight all travellers. It’s bohemian ambiance, the cafés full of people chatting away, and the small boutiques with artisanal products delight locals and travellers alike, making the area a popular hotspot. Haven’t planned your route yet? These apartments in Rome are the best place to start. Are you ready to try Ripa 17?
Where to sleep
Looking for the perfect apartment in Rome? Those in Ripa 17 are sure to be a hit! Imagine waking up and enjoying a balcony with views of the picturesque streets of Trastevere, savouring a traditional Italian coffee and then heading off for a long day exploring the city. So, stop imagining and book your place to stay at one of these apartments just 650 ft from Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere. If you’re travelling with a furry companion, you’ll be glad to know they accept pets. A trip the whole family can enjoy!
The impressive Campitelli while staying at La Gensola in Trastevere
If you’re a culture buff and seeing the local monuments is your cup of tea, Campitelli is the rione for you. Here you’ll find no end of temples dedicated to the ancient Roman gods, vibrant piazzas and monumental buildings that represent the real heart of a great city. Since we could never list everything you’ll want to see and eat in Campitelli, we’re going to show you the best starting points to discover the neighbourhood.
Where to sleep
Did you know that Campitelli is the least populated rione in Rome? Given the large area occupied by archaeological sites and governmental buildings, there is little space left for residential areas. Not to worry though, as even though La Gensola in Trastevere is located in the neighbouring district of Trastevere, it’s very close to Campitelli. Located in a 17th-century mansion, this apartment retains all the charm of the original structure and has a simple but cosy décor and Wi-Fi connection, as well as many other conveniences. So, have you decided which apartment in Rome is for you?