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Neat 1-bedroom apartment near La Sapienza university in San Lorenzo
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Neat 1-bedroom apartment near La Sapienza university in San Lorenzo

From 01 Aug 2024

€1,200 /month
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Appealing studio close to Casetta Mattei shopping centre
Up to 2 people

Appealing studio close to Casetta Mattei shopping centre

From 09 Aug 2024

€1,200 /month
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Quirky 1-bedroom apartment in Villaggio Adriano
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Quirky 1-bedroom apartment in Villaggio Adriano

From 15 Jul 2024

€890 /month
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Welcoming 1-bedroom apartment close to Furio Camillo metro station in Tuscolano
Up to 1 person

Welcoming 1-bedroom apartment close to Furio Camillo metro station in Tuscolano

From 31 Aug 2024

€730 /month
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Comfortable studio in Balduina in Trionfale
Up to 2 people

Comfortable studio in Balduina in Trionfale

From 30 Nov 2024

€1,200 /month
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Modest 1-bedroom apartment close to Fiumicino
Up to 4 people • 1 bedroom

Modest 1-bedroom apartment close to Fiumicino

From 12 Aug 2024

€1,500 /month
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Fully equipped one-bedroom apartment in  Gianicolense
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Fully equipped one-bedroom apartment in Gianicolense

From 22 Dec 2024

€1,700 /month
Bills included
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Apartment Studio near Università Sapienza di Roma in San Lorenzo
Up to 2 people

Apartment Studio near Università Sapienza di Roma in San Lorenzo

From 01 Sep 2024

€1,300 /month
1-bedroom apartment, with outdoor area in Testaccio
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

1-bedroom apartment, with outdoor area in Testaccio

From 01 Oct 2024

€1,200 /month
Bills included
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Luxury 2-bedroom apartment in Prati
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Luxury 2-bedroom apartment in Prati

From 01 Jan 2025

€1,690 /month
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Delightful 1-bedroom apartment in the heart of Flaminio district
Up to 3 people • 1 bedroom

Delightful 1-bedroom apartment in the heart of Flaminio district

From 12 Aug 2024

€2,800 /month
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Homely studio in Aurelia
Up to 1 person

Homely studio in Aurelia

From 21 Jul 2024

€1,100 /month
Bills included
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2-bedroom apartment, with outdoor area Flaminio
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

2-bedroom apartment, with outdoor area Flaminio

From 04 Jan 2025

€2,500 /month
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Charming studio in Campo Marzio in Historical Centre
Up to 2 people

Charming studio in Campo Marzio in Historical Centre

From 14 Sep 2024

€1,550 /month
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Charming 2 bedroom-flat near the Cipro metro station in Trionfale
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Charming 2 bedroom-flat near the Cipro metro station in Trionfale

From 06 Sep 2024

€2,650 €1,950 /month
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Big two-bedroom apartment near San Giovanni in Appio Latino
Up to 1 person • 2 bedrooms

Big two-bedroom apartment near San Giovanni in Appio Latino

From 30 Sep 2024

€1,120 /month
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Trendy 1-bedroom apartment in the Axa neighbourhood
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Trendy 1-bedroom apartment in the Axa neighbourhood

From 25 Dec 2024

€1,200 /month
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Posh 1-bedroom apartment near Sapienza Università di Roma in Piazza Bologna
Up to 4 people • 1 bedroom

Posh 1-bedroom apartment near Sapienza Università di Roma in Piazza Bologna

From 09 Aug 2024

€2,150 /month
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Lovely 2-bedroom apartment near Ottaviano metro station in Prati
Up to 6 people • 2 bedrooms

Lovely 2-bedroom apartment near Ottaviano metro station in Prati

From 16 Aug 2024

€3,500 /month
Bills included
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Comfy 2-bedroom flat close to Furio Camillo metro station in Tuscolano
Up to 1 person • 2 bedrooms

Comfy 2-bedroom flat close to Furio Camillo metro station in Tuscolano

From 31 Aug 2024

€1,050 /month
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Adorable 1-bedroom apartment near the Vatican City in Historical Centre
Up to 4 people • 1 bedroom

Adorable 1-bedroom apartment near the Vatican City in Historical Centre

From 16 Aug 2024

€4,200 /month
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Snug 2-bedroom apartment close to Universita' Roma TRE - Dipartimento di Ingegneria in Ostiense
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Snug 2-bedroom apartment close to Universita' Roma TRE - Dipartimento di Ingegneria in Ostiense

From 15 Jul 2024

€800 /month
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Lovely 1-bedroom apartment in Trastevere
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Lovely 1-bedroom apartment in Trastevere

From 03 Sep 2024

€1,400 /month
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Cool looking studio in Campo Marzio in Historical Centre
Up to 2 people

Cool looking studio in Campo Marzio in Historical Centre

From 03 Dec 2024

€2,000 /month

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