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A city tourist tax will be applied. Cost per person per night: 3,50€, for maximum 10 nights.
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‘Beyond the Tiber’

Trastevere is the XIII district of Rome, located on the west bank of the Tiber River, south of the Vatican City. Its name derives from the Latin term Tiberim (beyond the Tiber).

Today, Trastevere still maintains its charm as a small village thanks to its winding cobbled streets overlooked by medieval houses. At night, this area is full of people, thanks to the number of restaurants and pubs that are found here: this is one of the most lively and characteristic districts in Rome. There are plenty of pizzerias, cinemas, markets (The San Cosimato market has been recently renovated), banks, pharmacies, supermarkets, shops of all kinds and elegant stores.

Trastevere is surely a fascinating place where to find a serviced apartment in Rome, for either business or pleasure.

A point of interest is the Villa Farnesina (or simply the Farnesina), first a Roman suburban noble villa, built from 1508 to 1511 for the Sienese banker Agostino Chigi and then purchased in 1580 by Cardinal Alessandro Farnese, from whom it takes its actual name.

Other attractions are the basilica di Santa Maria in Trastevere and the church of San Francesco a Ripa, named after the nearby port of Ripa Grande, on the Tiber, and known for the statue of Beata Ludovica Albertoni, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

Well served by all means of public transport, Trastevere offers you number of tram and bus stops here as well as the nearby Quattro Venti station, making it possible to reach roughly every part of Rome.