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Private Double Bedroom In 2-Bedroom Apartment With Beautiful Terrace In Rome Labaro Neighbourhood Near Sant'Andrea Hospital
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Private Double Bedroom In 2-Bedroom Apartment With Beautiful Terrace In Rome Labaro Neighbourhood Near Sant'Andrea Hospital

From 01 Jun 2024

€450 /month
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Charming twin ensuite bedroom in a 3-bedroom flat, in Appio Latino
Up to 2 people • 3 bedrooms

Charming twin ensuite bedroom in a 3-bedroom flat, in Appio Latino

From 16 Jun 2024

€695 /month
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studio one bedroom apartment with kitchen and bathroom quart.Monti near Colosseo
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

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

From 18 May 2024

€12,500 €1,250 /month
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Bright double bedroom in Torre Gaia neighbourhood in Tor Vergata
Up to 2 people • 3 bedrooms

Bright double bedroom in Torre Gaia neighbourhood in Tor Vergata

From 02 Jun 2024

€1,190 €890 /month
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Single bed in a shared bedroom in Appio Latino
Up to 1 person • 4 bedrooms

Single bed in a shared bedroom in Appio Latino

From 18 May 2024

€300 /month
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Bed in a twin bedroom, in residential Gianicolense
Up to 1 person • 2 bedrooms

Bed in a twin bedroom, in residential Gianicolense

From 21 May 2024

€315 /month
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Cosy single bedroom close to Acilia station
Up to 1 person • 4 bedrooms

Cosy single bedroom close to Acilia station

From 18 May 2024

€350 /month
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Spacious studio in Monti neighbourhood midway between Termini and Colosseum
Up to 2 people

Spacious studio in Monti neighbourhood midway between Termini and Colosseum

From 18 May 2024

€1,250 /month
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Pleasant single bedroom not far from Tor Vergata University
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Pleasant single bedroom not far from Tor Vergata University

From 18 May 2024

€450 €400 /month
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Beautiful double bedroom near Ponte della Musica in Flaminio
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Beautiful double bedroom near Ponte della Musica in Flaminio

From 18 May 2024

€1,000 /month
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Beautiful single bedroom close to the Rufa - Rome University of Fine Arts in Trieste
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Beautiful single bedroom close to the Rufa - Rome University of Fine Arts in Trieste

From 18 May 2024

€650 /month
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Nice 1-bedroom apartment near Palmiro Togliatti train station
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Nice 1-bedroom apartment near Palmiro Togliatti train station

From 01 Jun 2024

€750 /month
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Comfy double bedroom in Torre Gaia neighbourhood in Tor Vergata
Up to 3 people • 3 bedrooms

Comfy double bedroom in Torre Gaia neighbourhood in Tor Vergata

From 02 Jun 2024

€800 /month
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Bed in a cosy twin bedroom, in Gianicolense
Up to 1 person • 2 bedrooms

Bed in a cosy twin bedroom, in Gianicolense

From 01 Jun 2024

€315 /month
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Nice apartment near Cavour metro station in Monti
Up to 3 people

Nice apartment near Cavour metro station in Monti

From 01 Jun 2024

€1,350 €1,300 /month
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Homely single bedroom close to Tiburtina F.s.
Up to 1 person • 4 bedrooms

Homely single bedroom close to Tiburtina F.s.

From 16 Jul 2024

€460 €440 /month
Bills included
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Decent double bedroom close to the Vatican City in Trionfale
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Decent double bedroom close to the Vatican City in Trionfale

From 02 Jun 2024

€1,350 €1,300 /month
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Comfy double bedroom in Tor Sapienza
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Comfy double bedroom in Tor Sapienza

From 18 May 2024

€410 /month
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SUNNY QUIET LARGE double bedroom, comfortable sofa bed, balcony,VATICAN AURELIO in Aurelia
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

SUNNY QUIET LARGE double bedroom, comfortable sofa bed, balcony,VATICAN AURELIO in Aurelia

From 18 May 2024

€900 €850 /month
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Double bedroom with balcony in San Lorenzo area in Piazza Bologna
Up to 1 person • 5 bedrooms

Double bedroom with balcony in San Lorenzo area in Piazza Bologna

From 18 May 2024

€650 /month
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Comfy single bedroom close to Castro Pretorio metro station
Up to 1 person • 4 bedrooms

Comfy single bedroom close to Castro Pretorio metro station

From 16 Aug 2024

€700 /month
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Spacious single bedroom in a 5-bedroom flat in Giuliano Dalmata area
Up to 1 person • 5 bedrooms

Spacious single bedroom in a 5-bedroom flat in Giuliano Dalmata area

From 18 May 2024

€420 /month
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Sunny and quiet big bedroom: Vatican/Aurelio in Aurelia
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Sunny and quiet big bedroom: Vatican/Aurelio in Aurelia

From 29 May 2024

€900 €850 /month
Bills included
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Comfy Single Bed in shared bedroom near Trastevere
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Comfy Single Bed in shared bedroom near Trastevere

From 18 May 2024

€470 /month
Bills included

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