Address :Vicolo della Penitenza 19,
- Air Conditioning
- Baths, Two
All rates are weekly
Number of bedrooms : 2
Number of bathrooms : 2
Sleeps 4 + 2 | Nightly rate: €185 - €290 depending on occupancy
Casa in Trastevere Moroni
On a quiet street bordered by a part of the ancient Roman walls closed to traffic, this delightful apartment is located in the former annex of the 17th-century Palazzo Moroni and beautifully restored with wood ceilings and an independent entrance. The apartment is spacious and can sleep up to six guests, with two single sofa beds in the living room, a double bedroom (the double bed can be split into two single beds if needed) and a second bedroom with two single beds.
The comfortable bathroom has a nicely sized shower and the well-equipped kitchen has a cookstove, oven, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Both bedrooms overlook a convent’s garden and are very quiet. There is a TV in the living area and the apartment has its own heating system for your comfort and convenience.
Casa in Trastevere Moroni is located in Vicolo Moroni, in the heart of Rome’s Trastevere neighborhood, just a stone’s throw from the Piazza Trilussa, Lungotevere (the bank of the Tiber river), the 16th-century Ponte Sisto and the magnificent early Christian church Santa Maria in Trastevere.
It is also close to the Farnesina Palace with Raphael’s paintings and the places dear to Raphael’s favorite model, “the Fornarina,” as well as the famous Villa Corsini picture gallery and the Botanical Garden. Just a bit further finds you in the midst of the Trastevere area with its busy squares and lanes, labyrinths of narrow streets, ancient churches, and myriad of restaurants and wine bars for every taste and budget.
Address: 12, Vicolo Moroni.
The surrounding area
Casa in Trastevere no. 2 is located in Vicolo Moroni, in the heart of Trastevere area, at a stone throw from Piazza Trilussa, Lungotevere (the Tiber river embankment), the 16th century’s Ponte Sisto and the magnificent early Christian church Santa Maria in Trastevere.
Not far from there you’ll find the Farnesina Palace with Raphael’s paintings and the places dear to “the Fornarina” (the Raphael’s favorite model), the famous Villa Corsini picture gallery and the Botanical Garden. Hardly leaving Vicolo Moroni you’ll be in the middle of Trastevere area with its busy squares and lanes, a real labyrinth of narrow streets, with its ancient churches, many small restaurants, wine bars and eating spots for every taste and budget.