My husband and I will be in Rome & Tuscany the middle of March, and want to find a non-touristy place to stay in Rome. We don't mind having to travel a few minutes to get to shops or food, we just want to be in an area that isn't just full of other Americans. As cliche as it sounds, we want to experience Rome like a native, not a tourist (as much as is possible). Any ideas? We'd prefer a bed & breakfast, or rental. We'll be in Rome for three days & then Tuscany, so I'm not sure if we'd be there long enough to rent an apartment. Thanks for the help!
Non-touristy neighborhood to stay in Rome?
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