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Rental apartments in Rome

You are finally going to take that trip to Rome, Italy. Not really wanting to stay at a hotel, as you will be there for a few months, finding a rental apartment in Rome would be ideal.
Depending on how much you can afford to spend, let’s start with the economical ones.

Via della Lupa, is just a few miles from the Spanish Steps in Rome. Close is the Piazza Navona. Built around 1760, it is a noble building and was built by Marquis Giambattista Collicola Monthioni. In the back yard of this apartment building you will find the old fountain, built by Bernini. Located inside the apartment itself is a small living room outfitted with a sofa bed, a dining area, quite small but will suffice. There is a bedroom that has beautiful painted ceilings and comes with a full kitchen. Renovated for modern times it now has a full bathroom with a shower. It also has all the television and computer hook ups needed to keep in touch with the world. The prices will vary, depending on what time of the year you will be going starting at ninety thousand Euros per day and five hundred thousand Euros per week.

Campo de’ Fiori is another rental apartment in Rome. It has two bedrooms, a full kitchen and a sofa bed in the living room. This is a bit more modern in design, using beautiful colors throughout. It is a stone throw from one of Rome’s markets, where you can buy almost anything you want. Starting with fresh fruit and vegetables, and Rome’s famous flowers are in abundance. It is a little pricier than the Via della Lupa, it has all you need for a wonderful stay. Starting at one hundred and sixty five Euros per day; and one thousand and eleven Euros for a week.

The Pantheon is just outside your door if you stay in this rental apartment in Rome. It is on the third floor, and in the historic district, you will be able to visit all the famous land marks by just walking. Or you can really live it up and try the tram. It will take you many places. This apartment is three bedrooms with three bathrooms. It has a great kitchen, a living room overlooking the market and has all you need for your stay as it is furnished very nicely. This one starts out around 2350 Euros per week or 350 Euros per day.

And finally but not outdone is the Altamura apartment in Rome is located in the Piazza Navona, the largest square in Rome. This apartment is so elegant you think you stepped back in time. It is adorned with antiques, very high wooden ceilings, making it breezy and airy in the summer months. It has a fireplace you could almost walk in, large windows with a view of the streets busy activities. There are two floors to this apartment; the second floor has two bedrooms with queen sized beds. This being the more expensive rental apartment in Rome starts from three thousand Euros to thirty four thousand Euros.

So whether you decide on an expensive apartment in Rome or the more luxurious ones, you will always be able to see Rome and have the most wonderful memories.

Name: Niccolò
Rooms:one bedroom
City: Italy-Vatican-Rome

A very quiet one bedroom apartment in Rome for up to 3 people, few step away from Saint Peter’s Square and Vatican Museum’s, in very quite district of the Eternal City.

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Name: Arcadia
Rooms:3 bedrooms
City: Italy-Rome-Vatican

This very quiet and bright apartment in Rome has 3 bedrooms is for up to 8 people. The apartment is in the Vatican area, at the 5th floor, with elevator, of an elegant building.

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Name: Dante
Rooms:2 bedrooms
City: Italy-Rome-Spanish Steps

Enjoy the beautiful view on Piazza Barberini from our windows. This nice and recently rennovated apartment is on the first floor of an ancient building

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