It is so cosy here in Rome's old Jewish ghetto, full of winding character streets and alleyways and great restaurants, some of which are extremely hard to find, such as Sora Margherita. There are few tourists here since there is little accommodation available. You are still not that far from the central attractions such a 500 metres from the Capitol and 700 metres to both Campo di Fiori and the Pantheon.
That is perhaps why it is so charming and authentic. Terrazzo Foro Piscario is in the midst of this district and it is a good one bedroom apartment with a small terrace from where you (just below) can see the ruins from the heyday of the Roman Empire.
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1 bedroom apartment - sleeps 2/4 (2nd floor without elevator)
- The apartment is approx. 60 m² and consists of a living room with a kitchenette and a sofa bed for two people, a double bedroom and a bathroom with a shower and toilet. And best of all: The apartment has a small terrace (approx. 1 ½ x 2 metres) with a table and two chairs facing the ruins of Teatro Marcello, but unfortunately there is a 120 - 130 cm high wall that spoils the lovely views.
This is our fourth time we have stayed in this apartment. It is perfect for two people, have a great location and an amazing view. The apartment is not luxury, but works just perfect for us.
The apartment is located in one of Romes districts, where its possible to walk to all of the old historical and cultural sights of Rome - inc. St. Peters Basilica.
The district is very quite and safely. There is a lot of dinning areas within 15 min walk and many local.
The apartment needs a little maintenance, but in the end it doesn't matter, because you spend you're days walking around the city. There is just something with the price at the end of our stay; we paid 190 Euro fee at the check-out for misc.
Despite the high price, i think we got what we expected.