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Nice 1-bedroom apartment near Maximo Shopping Centre in Giuliano Dalmata
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Nice 1-bedroom apartment near Maximo Shopping Centre in Giuliano Dalmata

From 09 Aug 2024

€1,200 /month
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Studio in Trionfale
Up to 2 people

Studio in Trionfale

From 01 Jul 2024

€950 /month
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Appealing 1-bedroom apartment in Pigneto in Pigneto
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Appealing 1-bedroom apartment in Pigneto in Pigneto

From 07 Jul 2024

€1,300 /month
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Modern 1-bedroom apartment close to Roma Balduina train station in Trionfale
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Modern 1-bedroom apartment close to Roma Balduina train station in Trionfale

From 20 Jul 2024

€1,200 /month
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Comfy Apartment close the Petroselli Park in
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Comfy Apartment close the Petroselli Park in

From 01 Aug 2024

€1,100 /month
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Modern 1-bedroom flat in Centro Storico in Centro Storico
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Modern 1-bedroom flat in Centro Storico in Centro Storico

From 15 Aug 2024

€1,800 /month
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Cosy 1-Bedroom apartment near UNINT in Ardeatino
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Cosy 1-Bedroom apartment near UNINT in Ardeatino

From 09 May 2024

€1,300 /month
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Lovely apartment close to San Giovanni in Appio Latino
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Lovely apartment close to San Giovanni in Appio Latino

From 08 Jul 2024

€2,590 /month
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Nice 1-bedroom apartment in Trieste in Trieste
Up to 3 people • 1 bedroom

Nice 1-bedroom apartment in Trieste in Trieste

From 03 Jul 2024

€1,200 /month
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Modern 1-bedroom apartment near the Ottaviano metro station in Prati
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Modern 1-bedroom apartment near the Ottaviano metro station in Prati

From 01 Jul 2024

€1,750 /month
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2-bedroom apartment, with outdoor area in
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

2-bedroom apartment, with outdoor area in

From 01 Jul 2024

€990 /month
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Simply great 2-bedroom apartment in the Villaggio Adriano municipality in
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Simply great 2-bedroom apartment in the Villaggio Adriano municipality in

From 01 Jul 2024

€990 /month
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Delightful studio in Prati in Prati
Up to 3 people • 1 bedroom

Delightful studio in Prati in Prati

From 01 Aug 2024

€1,700 /month
Bills included
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Super nice two-bedroom apartment near Vatican City in Trionfale
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Super nice two-bedroom apartment near Vatican City in Trionfale

From 07 Apr 2024

€2,600 /month
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Inviting 1-bedroom flat near Pigneto metro station in Pigneto
Up to 4 people • 1 bedroom

Inviting 1-bedroom flat near Pigneto metro station in Pigneto

From 08 Aug 2024

€1,500 /month
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1-Bedroom flat in Testaccio in Testaccio
Up to 3 people • 1 bedroom

1-Bedroom flat in Testaccio in Testaccio

From 29 May 2024

€1,300 /month
Bills included
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Marvellous 2-bedroom apartment in Gianicolense in Gianicolense
Up to 3 people • 2 bedrooms

Marvellous 2-bedroom apartment in Gianicolense in Gianicolense

From 05 Jul 2024

€1,100 /month
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2-Bedroom apartment near Manzoni metro station in Monti
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

2-Bedroom apartment near Manzoni metro station in Monti

From 09 Jun 2024

€1,500 €1,400 /month
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Very elegant 2-bedroom apartment near Università degli Studi Link Roma  in Aurelia
Up to 5 people • 2 bedrooms

Very elegant 2-bedroom apartment near Università degli Studi Link Roma in Aurelia

From 04 Mar 2024

€2,500 /month
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Bright 1-bedroom apartment close to Garbatella metro station in Portuense
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Bright 1-bedroom apartment close to Garbatella metro station in Portuense

From 01 Apr 2024

€1,300 /month
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Cosy two-Bedroom apartment in Trastevere in Portuense
Up to 3 people • 2 bedrooms

Cosy two-Bedroom apartment in Trastevere in Portuense

From 05 Jun 2024

€1,200 /month
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Pleasant 2-bedroom apartment in Trastevere in Gianicolense
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Pleasant 2-bedroom apartment in Trastevere in Gianicolense

From 12 May 2024

€2,000 /month
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Cosy 2 bedroom apartment between Cavour and Termini in Monti
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Cosy 2 bedroom apartment between Cavour and Termini in Monti

From 01 Aug 2024

€1,300 /month
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2-bedroom apartment, with outdoor area in Tiburtina
Up to 3 people • 2 bedrooms

2-bedroom apartment, with outdoor area in Tiburtina

From 01 Aug 2024

€1,300 /month
Bills included

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Bucket list of things to do and see in Rome

the central area is called Campo Marzio is where many of the famous sights are located. Other well-known areas are Trastevere, on the other side of the Tiber river, and Monti. Little Pigneto is considered to be the most typically Roman neighbourhood. Download our free, in-depth pdf guide for up-to-date tourist and general information on Rome, including the best places to stay, where to eat, drink, and party, as well as main attractions and must-have experiences in the Eternal City.Learn more

How do I apply for a visa to stay in Rome?

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Best neighbourhood to live in Rome

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How to eat like a local in Rome?

In Rome there are some delicacies you simply must try. Cacio e pepe, carbonara, and amatriciana are three well-known pasta dishes from Rome with centuries-old recipes. I suggest trying "carciofi alla giudia" as an appetizer.Learn more

Where can I study or work remotely in Rome?

If you're looking for a place where you can concentrate on anything for the whole of an afternoon. There are many cafes in the city that offer a calm and comfortable setting for working or studying. Some even offer complimentary Wi-Fi or designated study areas.Learn more

What is the average cost of living in Rome?

The cost of living in Rome can vary depending on factors such as your lifestyle and location within the city. Overall, it is considered to be relatively expensive. Given its ancient history long more than two and a half thousand years, art, architecture and culture it is worth it.Learn more