Mini Loft Designer St. Peter and Paul


Entire loft hosted by Annarita

  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
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Elegant, brand new independent two-room apartment in the prestigious Eur district. A 5-minute walk from the Metro stop, a short walk from the Congress Centers, the Palazzo della Civiltà del Lavoro, Confindustria and San Pietro e Paolo.

The space
Nestled in the greenery of the prestigious Eur district, on the top floor of an elegant building, the apartment is a brand new open space, recently completely renovated with fine finishes and equipped with all the comforts, including TV 40”. Taste and elegance characterize this space made really cozy and warm and ideal for staying as a couple or even alone. The desk corner is particularly suitable for those who need to work on their PC or write.
Its surface of about 20 square meters is totally covered with béton ciré (waxed concrete), with floor heating and air conditioning. The kitchen has a stove, refrigerator, dishwasher and oven. All windows, made of wood/aluminium, are equipped with safety grates and mosquito nets.
A five-minute walk from the Metro, the new Congress Centre (Fuksas Cloud), the Palazzo della Civiltà del Lavoro and St. Peter and Paul's Basilica, it is also strategically located for shopping, being adjacent to Viale Europa, a 3-minute drive from the EUROMA2 shopping centre and 10 minutes from the Castel Romano outlet.
Great connections allow you to reach the city centre (Colosseum) in about 15 minutes .
You can walk less than 5 minutes to the lake and the many green parks. A few meters from the gate of the house is the bus stop.
Free parking (white stripe) or paid parking (blue stripe) is available on the street where the apartment is located from 8 am to 7 pm on weekdays and pre-holidays. Free parking everywhere on Sundays and holidays.

What this place offers

Free street parking
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
Luggage dropoff allowed

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Where you’ll be

Rome, Lazio, Italy

Eur is one of Rome's most elegant neighborhoods. Architectural jewel of the fascist twentieth century, it expresses the will of the regime to celebrate and glorify the imperialist ideas of the country. The project, commissioned by Benito Mussolini himself, was to be carried out as part of the Universal Exhibition of Rome in 1942, which included the construction of a large urban area with impressive buildings, urban infrastructure, public services and green areas connected to the city centre (Piazza Venezia) by Via Cristoforo Colombo. The challenging project was never completed, but still today, although profoundly modified to be adapted to the new needs of the city, the Eur presents itself as one of the most interesting modern areas of Rome.
The splendid and rigorous buildings created by the genius of great architects of the time such as Piacentini, Rossi and Vietti stand out among the green and constitute a unicum that testifies to the artistic and architectural trends of the first half of the twentieth century in Italy and Rome. United Nations Square is a sort of triumphant entrance into the neighborhood. The exedra structure is animated by pillared porticoes and imposing fountains and is inspired, according to the “classicist" idea, by the magnificent and severe Roman architecture of the Trajan Markets (2nd century AD).
Next, two broad avenues lead to the Palais des Congrès and Palais de la Civilisation et du Travail, respectively. Thelatter, commonly called the "Square Colosseum”, can be considered among the most representative buildings of fascist architecture. The solid structure, in fact, is animated and made light, according to the artistic lines of the time, from orders of arches to all sixths. Impressive marble statues of the Dioscuri stand out on the base while severe fascist warnings are inscribed along the walls of the building.
Sights of great charm surprise visitors along the Viali dei Musei (National Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions and the National Pigorini Museum) crowned by steles in honour of Guglielmo Marconi. Large green areas and fountains surround the artificial “pond” dominated by the Palalottomatica Sports Palace (Nervi and Piacentini), an authentic architectural gem. Finally, the church of SS. Pietro e Paolo (Foschini) stands on an artificial hill, elevated compared to the commercial avenues animated by a thousand lights. The temple, with its simple and austere shapes, is breathtaking and conceived as a visual and conceptual reference point for the entire neighborhood. Inside are preserved valuable works by Duilio Cambellotti. The EUR is now increasingly a forward-looking neighbourhood, in step with the world's major metropolises, in which the aspects of living and working integrate and interact perfectly with each other.
To spend a pleasant day you can visit the Museum of Roman Civilization where you can discover the secrets of Ancient Rome and admire the reconstructive plastic of the city in the Constantinian age.
For those who love astronomy, it is essential to visit the Planetarium and the Astronomical Museum, located in the same building that houses the Museum of Roman Civilization. The Planetarium also offers shows created specifically for children to discover the secrets of space.
Another place to visit is the National Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions, which houses a vast collection of objects of traditional Italian culture from the 16th to the 20th century, including costumes, jewelry, musical instruments, artifacts, paintings and nativity scenes.
The Luigi Pigorini National Ethnographic Prehistoric Museum allows you to learn more about ethnography and prehistory, thanks also to numerous multimedia media.
Finally, the historical museum of Posts and Telecommunications illustrates the history and evolution of the postal service and houses a rich philatelic collection.

Hosted by Annarita

  1. Joined in November 2015
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Ciao, sono Annarita, vivo a Roma in zona Eur e sono sposata con Roberto. Abbiamo 4 figli. Lavoro come giornalista. I miei hobby sono la cucina, il teatro, la musica e i viaggi. Mi piace molto essere host. Mi piace il contatto con le persone, soprattuto se di culture diverse. Mi piace aiutare la gente e conoscere nuovi amici.
Ciao, sono Annarita, vivo a Roma in zona Eur e sono sposata con Roberto. Abbiamo 4 figli. Lavoro come giornalista. I miei hobby sono la cucina, il teatro, la musica e i viaggi. Mi…


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The apartment is completely independent.
The owners live in the same building, on the same floor, in a neighbouring apartment. In addition to being welcoming, they will also be a reference point for guests to use for information, suggestions, troubleshooting or other purposes. "We are available, in addition to hospitality, to pamper our guests with information that can facilitate their stay".
The apartment is completely independent.
The owners live in the same building, on the same floor, in a neighbouring apartment. In addition to being welcoming, they will also b…

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Checkout: 10:00 AM
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No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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