In the heart of Rome downtown, between Via Nazionale and the Roman Forum, in walking distance from the Spanish steps, Trevi Fountain, the Coliseum, the Metro station, this cosy pied-a-terre is on the first floor of an ancient building.
Shops, café and restaurants and craftsman shops are scattered along the small streets traffic-limited of the "coloured" Monti district, inhabited mostly by people who lives there from many generations. The small apartment just restored with high standard, is very comfortably furnished.
In the entrance area a door opens to the bathroom with shower. A short corridor leads to the kitchenette that, even being small, has all necessary: dishwasher, washing machine, a small electric oven, coffee maker, toaster, 4 hobs, fridge and, separately, freezer, iron and iron board. The livingroom has two sofas, one of which convertible to a French size bed (130 cms wide), a sideboard, TV set, and dining area with table and chairs for 4. In the corridor a sideboard embedded in the wall contains all and more than what is needed for a long stay. Just out of the nice door there is a puff-single-bed that could be the fifth - or better the 4th and half, being the sofabed a reduced double bed.
From the other side of the livingroom another short corridor leads to the double bedroom, with side tables and a large wardrobe.
The apartment has nice lacunar stucco ceilings.
This is in the whole a very nice and "warm" accommodation for a couple with up to 3 children or 2 adult children.