Via Ottaviano, 43
ROMA (RM)
Via Ottaviano is 5 blocks long in the historical center of Rome, known as old Rome. From the Piazza d'Clock and continuing to Piazza Pasquino these five blocks offer shops, restaurants, architecture and history of Rome to entertain the traveler Rome. Striking out west from Piazza Pasquino, Via Ottaviano is a bustling, atmospheric street lined with boutiques, restaurants and vintage clothing stores. The road was once part of the street from the papal palace at St. John Lateran to the Basilica of St. Peter, has acquired its name in 1755, when the government moved from the Papal Palace at No. Nardini 39 in the Senate on the other side of Piazza Navona. Bramante is thought to have lived at No. 123.

Easy to reach by subway from Termini train station with only five stops. Located on the 4th floor, the apartment we have renovated with only organic products and wood, consists of a living room with a dining table. The kitchen is new and fully equipped with fridge, gas stove, microwave microonde. Uno of the few apartments in Rome that has three bedrooms with three bathrooms.

  All three rooms consist of a double bed, plasma TV, hair dryer, private bathroom.

The rooms are fully equipped with sheets, blankets, pillows, towels and soaps.
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