A short stroll away from the apartment will take you to the impressive Piazza Farnese, and then down to the Castel Sant'Angelo and the Vatican.
If you do not initially see the house number, it is still easy to find the right building, the first floor has a very Italian depiction of the Madonna and baby Jesus surrounded by a halo and an angel ... all in plaster! The windows on each side of the artwork belong to the apartment.
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The small building only houses three apartments, two of which are leased, whilst the owner lives in the third. You are in other words never far from help if problems with the apartment arise (in the unlikely event). The decor of the apartment is in general stylish but a little bit worn here and there. It has original terracotta floors and painted wooded ceilings, which add to the character of the apartment.
Although the apartment exudes a bygone era, it is by no means lacking modern comforts. You have a dishwasher, a washing machine, satellite TV, well-functioning Wi-Fi and air conditioning in the living room (in the bedroom there is a ceiling fan).
The apartment consists of a living room with a kitchenette (four gas rings, fridge-freezer, oven, dishwasher and microwave) and a sofa bed for two people (only recommended for small children), a bathroom with a shower and WC and a double bedroom.