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Welcoming double bedroom with balcony, in a 2-bedroom apartment close to Montespaccato in
Up to 1 people • 2 bedrooms

Welcoming double bedroom with balcony, in a 2-bedroom apartment close to Montespaccato in

From 25 Feb 2024

€700 /month
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Student-friendly double bedroom in Rione XV Esquilino in Monti
Up to 2 people • 3 bedrooms

Student-friendly double bedroom in Rione XV Esquilino in Monti

From 01 Jul 2024

€1,100 /month
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Snug single bedroom close to Lepanto metro station in Prati
Up to 1 people • 5 bedrooms

Snug single bedroom close to Lepanto metro station in Prati

From 25 Feb 2024

€890 /month
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Chic 2-bedroom 2-bathrooms flat in Porta Maggiore/SPEED WIFI e cable TV. in Laterano
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Chic 2-bedroom 2-bathrooms flat in Porta Maggiore/SPEED WIFI e cable TV. in Laterano

From 02 Jul 2024

€2,000 /month
Bills included
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Single bedroom with private bathroom in a 4-bedroom flat close to Sapienza Philosophy Department in Piazza Bologna
Up to 1 people • 4 bedrooms

Single bedroom with private bathroom in a 4-bedroom flat close to Sapienza Philosophy Department in Piazza Bologna

From 29 Feb 2024

€460 /month
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Cool bedroom close to Jonio metro station in Monte Sacro
Up to 1 people • 5 bedrooms

Cool bedroom close to Jonio metro station in Monte Sacro

From 29 Feb 2024

€380 /month
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Single bedroom with private bathroom in Piazza Bologna neighbourhood in Piazza Bologna
Up to 1 people • 5 bedrooms

Single bedroom with private bathroom in Piazza Bologna neighbourhood in Piazza Bologna

From 02 Mar 2024

€450 /month
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Bright double bedroom near Tiburtina  in Tiburtina
Up to 1 people • 5 bedrooms

Bright double bedroom near Tiburtina in Tiburtina

From 29 Feb 2024

€450 /month
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studio one bedroom apartment with kitchen and bathroom quart.Monti near Colosseo in Monti
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

studio one bedroom apartment with kitchen and bathroom quart.Monti near Colosseo in Monti

From 25 Feb 2024

€1,350 €1,300 /month
Bills included
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Nice single bedroom in a 4-bedroom flat near Luiss University in Trieste
Up to 1 people • 4 bedrooms

Nice single bedroom in a 4-bedroom flat near Luiss University in Trieste

From 29 Feb 2024

€480 /month
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Cozy double bedroom in a 4-bedroom flat near Luiss University in Trieste
Up to 1 people • 4 bedrooms

Cozy double bedroom in a 4-bedroom flat near Luiss University in Trieste

From 29 Feb 2024

€500 /month
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Comfy Double Bedroom near Roma Trastevere Train Station in Ostiense
Up to 1 people • 2 bedrooms

Comfy Double Bedroom near Roma Trastevere Train Station in Ostiense

From 25 Feb 2024

€899 /month
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Bright double bedroom in a 5-bedroom flat near Ottaviano Metro in Trionfale
Up to 1 people • 5 bedrooms

Bright double bedroom in a 5-bedroom flat near Ottaviano Metro in Trionfale

From 29 Feb 2024

€500 /month
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Cool double bedroom in a 5-bedroom flat in Prati
Up to 1 people • 5 bedrooms

Cool double bedroom in a 5-bedroom flat in Prati

From 29 Feb 2024

€680 /month
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Cool bedroom near Universita' Degli Studi Di Roma Tor Vergata in Don Bosco
Up to 1 people • 4 bedrooms

Cool bedroom near Universita' Degli Studi Di Roma Tor Vergata in Don Bosco

From 29 Feb 2024

€430 /month
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Cozy double bedroom in a 5-bedroom flat in Prati
Up to 1 people • 5 bedrooms

Cozy double bedroom in a 5-bedroom flat in Prati

From 29 Feb 2024

€700 /month
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Comfy single bedroom in Trieste neighbourhood in Trieste
Up to 1 people • 6 bedrooms

Comfy single bedroom in Trieste neighbourhood in Trieste

From 29 Feb 2024

€560 /month
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Spacious bedroom near Giulio Agricola metro station in Don Bosco
Up to 1 people • 4 bedrooms

Spacious bedroom near Giulio Agricola metro station in Don Bosco

From 29 Feb 2024

€460 /month
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Homely 3-bedroom apartment in Collatino in Tiburtina
Up to 1 people • 3 bedrooms

Homely 3-bedroom apartment in Collatino in Tiburtina

From 29 Feb 2024

€1,150 /month
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Double bedroom in Primavalle neighbourhood in Primavalle
Up to 1 people • 3 bedrooms

Double bedroom in Primavalle neighbourhood in Primavalle

From 29 Feb 2024

€420 /month
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Lovely single bedroom in Trieste neighbourhood in Trieste
Up to 1 people • 6 bedrooms

Lovely single bedroom in Trieste neighbourhood in Trieste

From 29 Feb 2024

€560 /month
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Cozy twin bedroom in a 6-bedroom flat in Piazza Bologna in Piazza Bologna
Up to 1 people • 6 bedrooms

Cozy twin bedroom in a 6-bedroom flat in Piazza Bologna in Piazza Bologna

From 29 Feb 2024

€580 /month
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Nice twin bedroom in a 6-bedroom flat in Piazza Bologna in Piazza Bologna
Up to 1 people • 6 bedrooms

Nice twin bedroom in a 6-bedroom flat in Piazza Bologna in Piazza Bologna

From 29 Feb 2024

€580 /month
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Cool double bedroom in 6-bedroom apartment in Piazza Bologna
Up to 1 people • 6 bedrooms

Cool double bedroom in 6-bedroom apartment in Piazza Bologna

From 29 Feb 2024

€580 /month

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