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Accommodation in Rome: Trevi Fountain, which is only a few steps far from Fontana Accommodation in Rome
Trevi Fountain, which is only a few steps far from Fontana Accommodation in Rome
Accommodation in Rome: Dining room of Fontana Accommodation in Rome
Dining room of Fontana Accommodation in Rome
Accommodation in Rome: Double bedroom of Fontana Accommodation in Rome
Double bedroom of Fontana Accommodation in Rome
Accommodation in Rome: Living room with sofa-bed of Fontana Accommodation in Rome
Living room with sofa-bed of Fontana Accommodation in Rome

Number of people: 2 / 2+1 / 2+2


The Trevi Fountain needs no introduction, and this accommodation boasts of a privileged view on this superb late baroque monument, that represents one of the most famous images of Rome. The entire area is surrounded by a variety of stores, coffee bars and internet cafes and it is close to metro (Barberini or Spagna stations), taxi and bus stops. One of the best starting points for a nice walk, towards the discovery of the other many marvellous sights of Rome. Although the area is always crowded and noisy, the quadruple glazing makes the apartment surprisingly quiet, for a nice vacation.


Fontana Accommodation is on the second floor of a 18th century building with no elevator, and can accommodate up to 4 people. The high ceilings (12 ft.), parquet floors and furnishings have all been recently renovated, so that the apartment looks tidy and cosy. The living room is composed of a dining table and buffet, a double sofa bed, a fully equipped kitchenette with washing machine and a microwave. The main double bedroom is linked to the bathroom with shower. Telephone, TV and a small storage space is located by the hall. Electric heating.


This fine accommodation has just been renovated, equipped with electric heating system and completely equipped, weekly linen change included. It is able to hold 4 people.



"Leonardo da Vinci" is an intercontinental airport located in Fiumicino, the 4th in Europe for number of passengers handled. It provides the traveler with modern services and facilities. It is 26 km away from the centre of Rome, in the southeast area and can be easily reached from the airport by public transportation and/or by taxi. At the International Arrival a Welcome Desk will be available.

Roma Ciampino airport is located on the Via Appia Nuova, 15 km from the centre of Rome. Airport available only for low cost flights


Leonardo da Vinci - Rome Termini Railway Station
Time: 40 minutes (no intermediate stops).
Trains heading for Rome half-hourly each day, the train makes no mid-journey stops. Ticket from Fiumicino to Central Termini railroad station (one-way): fare EURO 8.80

Leonardo da Vinci - Rome Tiburtina:
Stops in different areas of the city among which Trastevere.Trains heading for Rome leave every 20 minutes during the working days, Sunday and holidays every 60 minutes


Time: 30-40 minutes
Taxis are available at the international arrivals. Average fare to central Rome: Euro 46.50 Use only yellow or white cabs, with taxi sign on car roof (beware of unauthorized soliciting).


Rome is the focus of the Italian railway network. Excellent Intercity service links Rome to every major town in Europe. Termini Station, the main railway station, located right in the centre of the city, provides swift service to and from all points of the Country.


Italy has 6,400 km of motorways developing a technologically updated network, which reaches all regions of the Country. Rome can be easily reached by road from the motorway network "Autostrada del Sole - A1", which is the longest Italian motorway going from the north to the south of the Country.


Several bus lines connect all areas of the city. The underground (Metro) has two lines, Linea A and Linea B. The two lines intersect at Termini railway station. Tickets, valid for 75 minutes traveling on the whole urban system (underground and buses), can be purchased at tobacconists and newsstands.