There is Trastevere, and then there's Trastevere. There are streets where tourists flock to the many eateries' tables with the oh so quaint checkered tablecloths, whilst trying to keep the beggars at a distance, and then there are also the small alleys and "unknown" places where the locals hangout.
The square Piazza de 'Renzi belongs to the last category. There are two restaurants on the square and in the smallest of them, "Da Augusto", guests are usually finely-balanced between tourists and locals. Apart from this attraction and the occasional passing tourists who passes in search of the many other eateries in the area, this area belongs to the locals.
2 bedroom apartment - sleeps 4/6 sleeps
- The apartment is on two floors with entrance on the 3rd floor ( no elevator). It consists of a bedroom with a double bed and en-suite bathroom with a shower and toilet. From here there are 17 solid, wide steps up to the upper floor (there is no railing, so you have to rely on the wall), where we find a large living room with a sofa bed (but you should note that access to the bathroom is through one of the bedrooms), open kitchen (four-burner stove, oven, fridge- freezer, kettle, toaster and dishwasher), a double bedroom and en-suite bathroom with bath and toilet. The apartment is equipped with air conditioning, wi-fi and a washing machine. It also has a large roof terrace with a 360 degree views of Rome.