About this property
For exploring historical Rome, you cannot get a better location!!!!!
The apartment is set in the historical center of Rome, 2 minutes walk to underground, 500 meters to Colosseum, 300 meters to Santa Maria Maggiore, a few stops of underground to St. Peter/Vatican Museums and 15 minutes walk to Termini central Station where you can take the express train to Fiumicino airport or the shuttle bus to Ciampino airport.
Nearby you can find local pizzerias, restaurants, supermarkets, internet cafès, banks and at walking distance,the shopping street of "Via Nazionale".
The apartment is located on the fourth floor with lift in a recently restored building. Very quiet, bright, charming, colorful and spacious, it is composed of one large living room with 1 sofa bed fitting 2 persons, a kitchenette completely equipped for cooking, eating area with table and chairs for 4,1 bedroom with a king-size bed and a large and spacious bathroom with shower cabin. The apartment is fully furnished with all the equipment like dishwasher, clothes washing machine, oven, fridge, a lcd tv,hair drier,vacuum cleaner, heating and air conditioning.
The price includes: city tax, utilities,linens , towels, internet (wifi)free connection, washing machine and dish mashing machine use with detergent .
Children under 3 years stay free.
Discounts for monthly and long rentals.
I hope you'll be my guests in Rome.
CASA BUSI' is nearby St. Mary Major Basilica, between the Esquiline and the Rione Monti.
Esquilino and Monti district are very close but very different quarters: Monti has combined the memories of the Suburra (a large and densely-populated district of ancient Rome) with fashionable places and craft workshops. Esquilino is the multiethnic heart of the city.
Esquilino is named for the Esquiline hill on which it stands. it is a vibrant neighborhood that is quickly becoming one of the hippest neighborhoods in Rome, with an international flavor and a lot of activity. There are many beautiful churches in the Esquilino district – the most famous is Santa Maria Maggiore, and Santa Croce in Gerusalemme and San Giovanni In Laterano are at the other end of the via Merulana. In between, there is the Museo Nazionale dell'Arte Orientale ( only 2 minutes walk from the apartment), showing a notable collection of Asian art, and the interesting Ex Acquario Romano, a former aquarium that sometimes is a venue for art exhibitions.
Nearby you can find several restaurants as 'Trattoria da Danilo' , 'Trattoria Morgana' , 'Trattoria Pizzeria vecchia Roma' that offer traditional roman dishes ( spaghetti carbonara, spaghetti cacio e pepe, saltimbocca , fettina panata, involtini, etc..) . But if you enjoy coffee culture, sitting outdoor, just taking a moment for yourself, with glass of a good wine, and small bites of tasty food this is the place. not miss 'Panella' , a bit pricey but worth it.
Monti is the name of one of the twelve Rioni of Rome, rione I. The name literally means mountains in Italian and comes from the fact that the Esquiline and the Viminal Hills, and parts of the Quirinal and the Caelian Hills belonged to this rione. Its logo consists of three green mountains with three tops on a silver background.
Today the main area of the Monti quarter is characterized by narrow lanes, seldom flat, that mark the pattern of a city made of tall palaces from different ages, where craftsman workshops, night clubs, art galleries find their place: it is the ancient Roman Svbvra, today Suburra (the word means ' inhabited area under the city', and this is actually the impression you have going downstairs to Piazza della Suburra from Via Cavour, in proximity of the B line metro station, or going upstairs the “Salita de' Borgia” to reach the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, or even walking down Via Nazionale along Via dei Serpenti or Via del Boschetto... ).
This up-and-down going invites to visit the quarter on foot, privileged means to live and experience the atmosphere of one of the most appealing areas of the Capital and appreciate its archaeological monuments, starting from the Colosseum to the Ludus Magnus- the arena of gladiators - to the Domus Aurea, the Baths of Trajan, the Fora of Emperors Augustus, Nerva and Trajan with the adjacent Markets, sections of the Servian and Aurelian walls (with the Asinara gate), the Baths of Titus, the rests of the aqueduct of Claudius, the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli which houses Michelangelo's Moses, the Church of Santa Francesca Romana, the Papal Palace, the Egyptian Obelisk, the Santa Sanctorum, the Holy Stair, the Basilica of St. John in Lateran, the Church of St. Clemente, St. Martino ai Monti, the medieval Basilica of St. Mary Major, medieval vestiges as the Leonian triclinium, the Lateran Baptistry, the Church of St. Stefano Rotondo, the Conti tower, the house of the Knights of Rodi, the Church of St. Prassede, the Capocci towers and some masterpieces of the Roman baroque such as the churches of St. Andrew on the Quirinal and St. Carlino alle Quattro Fontane.