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Cool single bedroom in Quartiere VI Tiburtino in Casal Bertone
Up to 1 person • 4 bedrooms

Cool single bedroom in Quartiere VI Tiburtino in Casal Bertone

From 19 Jul 2024

€400 /month
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Inviting double bedroom in a 6-bed flat close to Laurentina metro station in Giuliano Dalmata
Up to 1 person • 6 bedrooms

Inviting double bedroom in a 6-bed flat close to Laurentina metro station in Giuliano Dalmata

From 01 Aug 2024

€595 /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 19 Jul 2024

€1,300 €1,250 /month
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Bright Bedroom with private balcony in a 4 bedroom apartment in Aurelia
Up to 1 person • 4 bedrooms

Bright Bedroom with private balcony in a 4 bedroom apartment in Aurelia

From 01 Aug 2024

€680 /month
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LARGE BEDROOM WITH LARGE BED in Tuscolano
Up to 1 person • 6 bedrooms

LARGE BEDROOM WITH LARGE BED in Tuscolano

From 19 Jul 2024

€500 €400 /month
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Cosy single bedroom near Re di Roma metro station in Tuscolano
Up to 1 person • 5 bedrooms

Cosy single bedroom near Re di Roma metro station in Tuscolano

From 29 Jul 2024

€370 /month
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Cozy Bedroom in a 4-bedroom apartment in Aurelia
Up to 1 person • 4 bedrooms

Cozy Bedroom in a 4-bedroom apartment in Aurelia

From 01 Aug 2024

€650 /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 19 Jul 2024

€450 /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 19 Jul 2024

€460 /month
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Nice single bedroom near Re di Roma metro station in Tuscolano
Up to 1 person • 5 bedrooms

Nice single bedroom near Re di Roma metro station in Tuscolano

From 19 Jul 2024

€520 /month
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Bright single bedroom near Re di Roma metro station in Tuscolano
Up to 1 person • 5 bedrooms

Bright single bedroom near Re di Roma metro station in Tuscolano

From 01 Aug 2024

€390 /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 19 Jul 2024

€1,300 /month
Comfy Double Bedroom well connected to Università UniCamillus
Up to 1 person • 2 bedrooms

Comfy Double Bedroom well connected to Università UniCamillus

From 19 Jul 2024

€550 /month
Bills included
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Nice apartment near Cavour metro station in Monti
Up to 2 people

Nice apartment near Cavour metro station in Monti

From 19 Jul 2024

€1,500 €1,300 /month
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Fair single bedroom 200 mt from METRO B Monti TIBURTINI and Pertini Hospital in Pietralata
Up to 1 person • 5 bedrooms

Fair single bedroom 200 mt from METRO B Monti TIBURTINI and Pertini Hospital in Pietralata

From 19 Jul 2024

€450 /month
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Good looking double bedroom close to Re di Roma metro station in Lateran
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Good looking double bedroom close to Re di Roma metro station in Lateran

From 01 Aug 2024

€570 /month
Bills included
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Bright double bedroom in proximity of Universita' Ecampus - Sede di Roma in Lateran
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Bright double bedroom in proximity of Universita' Ecampus - Sede di Roma in Lateran

From 01 Aug 2024

€570 /month
Bills included
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Large pretty single room with double bed in the center of Rome in Lateran
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Large pretty single room with double bed in the center of Rome in Lateran

From 01 Aug 2024

€590 /month
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Elegant double bedroom in Re di Roma in Tuscolano
Up to 1 person • 5 bedrooms

Elegant double bedroom in Re di Roma in Tuscolano

From 01 Aug 2024

€510 /month
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Very Quiet Upper Trastevere With Private Car Park
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Very Quiet Upper Trastevere With Private Car Park

From 21 Jul 2024

€2,695 /month
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Bed in a twin bedroom, in the Esquilino neighbourhood
Up to 1 person • 3 bedrooms

Bed in a twin bedroom, in the Esquilino neighbourhood

From 19 Jul 2024

€395 /month
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Large double bedroom near good for Tor Vergata university in Testaccio
Up to 1 person • 4 bedrooms

Large double bedroom near good for Tor Vergata university in Testaccio

From 01 Aug 2024

€500 /month
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Welcoming double bedroom close to Università Roma TRE - Architettura in Trastevere
Up to 2 people • 3 bedrooms

Welcoming double bedroom close to Università Roma TRE - Architettura in Trastevere

From 01 Aug 2024

€670 /month
Bills included
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One bedroom apartment midway between central station Termini and Colosseo in Monti
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

One bedroom apartment midway between central station Termini and Colosseo in Monti

From 02 Aug 2024

€1,500 €1,300 /month

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