Villa Maria Cristina Brando

Via Cassia 490, Tomba di Nerone (Roma nord), Rome, 00189, Italy
Villa Maria Cristina Brando
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Accomodation in Rome

by deenee

Hi,

I am interested in renting a flat (one room or maybe 2) in Rome for about one month. How can I find an apartment for such a period in Rome. Does anybody can help me?

Thanks a lot,

D

Re: Accomodation in Rome

by Judak

go to kayak.com

Re: Accomodation in Rome

by deenee

Thanks for the tip. I am interested in a flat to rent, on kayak I see only hotels.

Any other help?

Thank you in advance,

Re: Accomodation in Rome

by TexasDave

Another site is venere.com, or just google "apartments Rome" and you'll find many sites. One that I used about 4 years ago has a strange name of "cross pollination". Hope this helps.

Re: Accomodation in Rome

by deenee

Thanks, I was just surfing on google with key words.

Thanks,

D

Re: Accomodation in Rome

by TexasDave

Actually the web site I used was cross-pollinate.com

Re: Accomodation in Rome

by deenee

thanks again.

Actually my interest is to find a flat for a month and to pay abt 1000 euro-1500 euro for it, not a hotel regime where I should pay per day.

Re: Accomodation in Rome

by kathymof

www.rentalinrome.com has a large number of apartments - they are by the week but I would guess there is some monthly pricing discounts

www.vrbo.com and www.homelidays.com also have many apartments

Re: Accomodation in Rome

by barbaradangelo

Hi, I have an apartament to rent for setmp. Two bedrooms. 800 euro. Near metro A Porta Furba. is not in the city centre but well connected. If you are interested please mail to me. I will need the apt for the end of setb. From October I will just rent one room.
Bye
Barbara

Re: Accomodation in Rome

by barbaradangelo

are you still interested to rent a flat? When you need it?
I posted an answer to you on the forum

Travel Tips for Rome

The art of protest

by phred1910

We found this gentlemen in a singular protest against some great injustice. He must have felt strongly because it was extremely hot in the Piazza. Note the sign on his lap and the paper crown on his head. What you can't see is the two guards with automatic weapons at the gate of the building he was facing.

If you are going to be around...

by bpaskin

If you are going to be around Rome for awhile and want to head to the beach for a day or two, then I have a great location. Sperlonga is 110 km south of Rome and has beautiful beaches that are not crowded and a great small town. Forget the car and take the train. The roads will be crowded and take much longer. Take the train from Roma Termini to Fondi. The tain ride is about 1 hour and 15 minutes. There should be a bus waiting outside the front of the station during regular season. The bus ride costs 2.000 Lit and takes about 10 minutes to reach the beaches. I recommend Grotti dei Dolfini beach club where 2 people can acquire a umbrella and 2 beach chairs for 45.000 Lit. The club has a small changing room, showers, bathrooms, and a bar to have a snack, drink, or even a small meal.

Florence to Rome in 16.1 Euros

by Mozumbus

If you are on a real tight budget, or even if you are not on a tight budget and just want it to be cheap for the sake of being cheap without much downside then there is no option but to go for the Regional Train. 2nd Class of Regional Train costs 16 Euros, takes less than 4 hours, and runs frequently between these two cities.

On a typical day, the train leaves Florence at 07:09, 09:13, 11:13, 13:13, 15:13, 17:13, 19:13, and 21:13. Further, there is no need to reserve a seat in advance, as you will find one quite easily. You may buy the open ticket, valid for one month, from the vending machine of any Italian train station or from other sources, and whenever you are like going to Florence, just go to the relevant platform, validate the ticket, and get aboard. This is simpler than it sounds. This train touches two stations in both of the cities: Roma Termini & Tiburtina in Rome and Santa Maria Novella & Campo di Marte, making it more flexible.

There is another cheaper option available but with some downside: a train "Freccia del Sud" leaves Florence at 15:25 on a typical day, takes slightly more than 3 hours, and the 2nd Class fare is just 13.90 Euros (after incorporating 20% Amica discount). And what are the downsides. The train does not leave from Santa Maria Novella, the main train station of Florence, but from Campo de Marte and arrives at Roma Tiburtina and not at Roma Termini, the main train station of Rome. The fact that main train stations of both these cities are located in the city center makes this train less cheaper than it seems. Further, 20% Amica discount is only applicable when booked 24 hours in advance. But then this is the cheapest of all the options.

Fast trains also run between these two cities with journey time of as low as 1 hour and 31 minutes and the base fare going up to 39.90 Euros and 56.10 Euros for 2nd Class and 1st Class respectively. These trains offer various discounts on early booking.

26.5 Euro, 2nd class, Intercity trains also connect both the cities on regular intervals and takes less than 3 hours. One may avail 20% Amica discounts on intercity trains.

Reasonable price, close to Colosseo

by Karahan about Gran Caffe Cavour

We were there at lunchtime and starving. On the road of Santa Maria Maggiore we found this nice cafee. Prices were reasonable and especially their pasta was great. They have icecream, desserts and sandwiches too. Interior was bright and very clean. LCD tv's on the wall. Portions are not so much but very delicious. Pasta and desserts

Bocca della Verità

by jglsongs

In the front portico of Santa Maria in Cosmedin, a small but stately church along the Tiber, stands the stone Bocca della Verità (Mouth of Truth). The tradition of sticking your hand in its mouth to tell whether someone is truthful or not, has been known before Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn ventured there in "Roman Holiday."

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