Lo que les va a encantar a tus invitados de tu casa
Casa Adele is an apartment of a building of the 60's, located on the 5th floor, with elevator. Cozy, equipped with all comforts (also FREE WIFI) and very bright. It consists of 2 bedrooms, 1 kitchen, 1 bathroom with shower and balcony (85 sq m). The apartment is close and well connected to the city center, the Termini station and Tiburtina station, through many tram, bus and metro. It is located in the quieter part of Pigneto; the district of Pasolini and Street Art, with its trendy restaurants, wine bars, bistros, cafes, art galleries. The apartment accommodates up to 5 persons, it is ideal for one or two couples or a family; in the same way there are supermarkets, local market, pharmacy, cafe, hairdresser, tobacco and everything that can make a pleasant stay in Rome.
The rooms are very spacious and bright, each with a large wardrobe, a table and chairs. The kitchen has everything you need to cook and eat at home. In the apartment you will also find a washing machine, an iron, a TV, a kettle and some food staples such as coffee, tea, sugar,
olive oil, vinegar, salt.
You will also find a small guide of the apartment, the district (transport, restaurants, museums, art galleries, night life) and how to discover the less touristic places of Rome.
Lo que les va a encantar a tus invitados de tu barrio
Loved by the director Pier Paolo Pasolini, who chose it as the location of his first film "Accattone", in recent years, the Pigneto has evolved considerably becoming district culturally and artistically alive. The pedestrian area at the beginning of Via del Pigneto is a focal point of Roman nightlife and street art!
Below the house, on the same street, you’ll find everything you could possibly need: bars, pharmacy, hairdresser, tobacconist, supermarket, greengrocers, a local market, wine shop and much more.
Ps. Every fourth Sunday of the month the pedestrian area of Via del Pigneto is animated by a singular market, in which every citizen, if desired, may propose selling their objects forgotten in the dust of the cellars and dusted off for the occasion.