Via dell'arco di san Calisto, 22, Roma Show MapHide Map
- 4 guests
- 2 bedrooms
- 2 beds
Bright apartment on the third floor of an ancient building without lift in the centre of Trastevere, with a beautiful view on the old roofs of the district and on a marvellous garden with fountain. The apartment is two-room of 75 sq.m., furnished with taste and attention to the smallest detail, the design is inspired to the seventies. It is suitable for families who want to enjoy a holiday in the hub of Rome.
- Type: Three-room flat
- Surface: 75
- Bedrooms: 2
- Beds: 2
- Guests: 4
- Bathrooms: 1
- Check-in: 14:00
- Check-out: 10:00
- "Flexible Time" Formula on request
- Baby cot (on request)
- Bed sheets
- Extra linen change and cleaning: on request
- Iron and ironing board
- Linen change every 7 nights
- Washing Machine
- Weekly Price: Contact us for more details
- Daily Price: Contact us for more details
- Extra Guest: Maximum 4 guests
- Bail: 150
- VAT included
- Entrance on an open space living room with fully equipped kitchen with cooker, oven, refrigerator, coffee maker, boiler, microwave, extractor, lunch table
- Two double connecting rooms
- Living area with chaise longue, sofa and TV
- Small laundry area on terrace
- Bathroom with tub/shower
Calisto is located in the evocative via dell’Arco di San Calisto, arch that was built to connect the sixteenth-century Palazzo Farinacci to Palazzo Cavalieri. Go ahead along the street and you get to Piazza S. Calisto, where it is still possible to see some real Romans playing cards. If you turn at the corner you will find in front of you all the majesty of Piazza di S. Maria in Trastevere with the same name church, dating back to the 3rd century.
You could end your tour with a walk in via di San Francesco a Ripa, strolling among small and second hand clothing shops. You are just a few steps by feet from Largo di Torre Argentina, Campo de’ Fiori, Piazza Farnese, Piazza Navona, Fontana di Trevi, Pantheon, Piazza di Spagna e Piazza del Popolo. Besides it is 700m distant from Testaccio, typical roman district full of bars which is considered the hub of the roman “dolce vita”. You can’t miss the market of Piazza San Cosimato, where you can shop for food. It is the only piazza of Trastevere that is more lively by day than by night and much frequented by the Romans.
Where to eat
“La Renella”, one of the historical bakery of Rome, is among the most important addresses for the production of bread and pizza, especially because, from its first steps, it provides the restaurants of the district, offering neapolitan loaf but also pizza by the slice and typical biscuits from central Italy. For a tasty and colourful break, we suggest you “I Supplì”, also known as “Venanzio”, where you will taste different pizza flavours and the famous supplì, crispy, rich of sauce and always hot.
You can conclude the day having a real Roman aperitivo at the “Bar San Calisto”. Here the time has stopped at the last century. You can notice that from the Spritz served in plastic glasses, the lopsided tables and the friendly cashier. Have an ice cream, a cornetto, a bottle of beer without spending more than 2 euros and let yourself go to the pleasure of admiring the local people.