Wednesday, August 16, 2017

In the Airbnb Travel x Decór Series, we sifted through Airbnb's collection of beautiful apartments to bring you this eclectic gallery and potentially a place for you to stay in your next visit.

Rome is the perfect starting point for an Italian adventure in the ancient city with a modern buzz. Whether you have 36 hours or just a few days, there is so much to see and do!  Luckily, many of the must see sites like the Trevi Fountain,  the Spanish Steps and the Pantheon are all within walking distance of each other. While the Colosseum and the Forum, are easily accessible by metro. From delicious pizzerias, to espresso bars, to gelato shops and the boutiques of Via Nazionale and Via del Corso. Well Rome is the epicenter of history after all, with enviable architectural, food and lifestyle.

1) $109 / night / entire home - Your host is Matteo

Loft at the Colosseum, within walking distance from Domus Aurea park, very well connected, it is 5 minutes from Colosseum Metro. 

2) $42 / night / private room - Your host is Patrizio

A nice quiet area in the center, with all excellent public transport connection, Metro A station and Porta Maggiore, where it’s possible to take several trams to go to Termini, Vaticano, Colosseum and other peripheral areas are nearby. View of Basilica Santa Croce, Basilica San Giovanni and Scala Santa.

3) $52 / night / private room - Your host is Valeria

Located right in the heart of Rome’s historical center, refined sunny double room in a cozy apartment, with air conditioning, bathroom shared with only another room, shared kitchen. The Colosseum and Domus Area are only 1 km away, as for the Baths of Caracalla and Circus Massimo. The apartment is excellently connected by subway (line A) and main bus lines and it's located in one of the best neighborhoods of Rome with bars, restaurants, shops and green areas.

4) $46 / night / private room - Your host is Damiano

Garbatella was built in an area marked by hills and meadows crossed by Via delle Sette Chiese. Via delle Sette Chiese provided a link for the pilgrims to travel between San Paolo fuori le mura and San Sebastiano. It was organized in blocks, called Italian Lotto, by multiple architects over a period of about 20 years. Not far away is the ancient Via Appia with Roman archeological sites such as the catacombs and Tomba di Cecilia Metella. A bike path connects the area to the city center (15 minutes).

5) $109 / night / entire home - Your host is Benedetta

This is a special loft suspended between sky, roofs and typical balloons in the heart of the only San Lorenzo.

6) $121 / night / entire home - Your host is Lucia

Cozy, small, clean, beautiful! A few steps from the Colosseum and the main monuments. Located in a beautiful street full of shops, cafes, restaurants. Just restored with a philosophy of retrieval of ancient materials.

7) $32 / night / private room - Your host is Barbara

 Pigneto is perhaps "up and coming" with many bars and restaurants, and easy to reach Termini or La Sapienza by tram. San Lorenzo is also very nearby and offers a lively nightlife full of students and young people, the Ex Dogana centro sociale which often hosts top international musicians and DJs, and other attractions.

8) $39 / night / private room - Your host is Danilo

Spacious home with 3 bedrooms, terrace, kitchen with sofa bed, a bathroom, in one of the most popular districts of Rome: San Lorenzo.

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