Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Driving from Culzean Castle to Bamburgh
  2. 2 Granada in April; add Malaga?
  3. 3 London and Paris - 3 days each
  4. 4 Maybe your worst nighmare...
  5. 5 PARIS
  6. 6 Amalfi itinerary help needed
  7. 7 Dublin Luggage storage
  8. 8 Any reviews on Fires de Sant Narcis, Girona?
  9. 9 Airline to Rome
  10. 10 First Solo Adventure
  11. 11 Family Transportation from Heathrow- justairports or Express?
  12. 12 Towns around Lucca
  13. 13 Experiencing Scotland in the Winters
  14. 14 Spain: train/rental car help
  15. 15 Where??-2 night trip from London
  16. 16 Travelling alone to Turkey @18
  17. 17 transportation from Prague to Cesky Krumlov
  18. 18 Suggestions for driving Cadiz to Zaragosa
  19. 19 UK 5 weeks How Far Can We Go!
  20. 20 Too Little Time in Ireland--Advice?
  21. 21 Duoro Valley - Train from Regua to Pocinho
  22. 22 Trip Report Dordogne and Marseille: into the cave and out to the sea
  23. 23 Hotels in Copenhagen
  24. 24 Georgia in 4 days
  25. 25 Trains in Italy
View next 25 » Back to the top

Help me choose an apt in Rome

Jump to last reply

I'm taking my 71-year-old mother on her first trip ever to Europe for a week in Feb/March 2008 (date yet to be determined) and am looking at apartments that will provide both of us (but especially her) with a really lovely experience. I've travelled quite a bit in Italy but never in Rome, so would really appreciate any first hand experience with the neighborhoods or the actual apartments that I'm considering.

The first is a 1BR/1BA for 1500 euro located on Via dei Chiavari near Campo dei Fiori:

http://www.rome-is-home.com/tour.html

The second is a 2BR/2BA for 1800 euro located at the north end of Via Giulia:

http://www.domusintl.com/front_end/prodotto.php?ID=57

The third is a 2BR/2BA just north of Piazza del Popolo for $1995 (so about 1400 euro for the sake of comparison):

http://www.excellenteurope.com/Rome/Flaminio/FlaminioPhotoTour.htm

Each has its strong points, and in the end I'm going to have to weigh them, but any specific information (bad or good) would be much appreciated.

10 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement