hello - vt'ers hope everyone is enjoying this sunday,
question - san lorenzo neighbourhood area (about 10-15 min walk to termini station near the university):
-is this pretty centrally located? - going to rome for the first time!
-is it safe - any concerns for staying there for a week?
-if i find accomodations for about 45 Euro - is this a good price?
and any other details you can offer -
S lorenzo is the neighbourhood where students live. It is a nice area in the sense that you would be in a place where Romans live! it a funny multicultural and crowded (at night) area. Full of pubs, some club and very good restaurants where you can still eat very well at reasonable prices!
The problem for a tourist is that not very well connected!! you would need to walk to Termini station to get the metro and it is even more than 10 minutes. In other words if you were asking beacuse you want to move to rome I would say yes! for a vacation I would say to check for a B&B in trastevere or Colosseo area... if you see what I mean!
PS is the hotel laurentia for 45 euro at night??
mauro - thanks for info - i emailed you at your vt address
in san Lorenzo tram nr.3 passes, which takes you to the Colosseum area
I have lived in Rome for several years now and can help you answer this question. San Lorenzo is a very trendy area of Rome. Full of students, alternative lifestyles, bars, and night spots. 45 Euro per night is not a bad rate...is this in a B&B? I do know of several others that are competitive in other areas as well if you have a preference.
Feel free to ask me any additional questions you may have. My direct email is email@example.com
Good luck and buon viaggio!
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