A very nice flat close to Colosseo well connected with public transportation, in few minutes you will reach the most coolest Roman places, night and day. I'll provide fresh towels and bed sheets. You are welcome to use the kitchen and to share life
Walking through Rome is a wonderful experience: to discover its most secret aspects, to admire it greatness in the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Imperial Forum, S. Peter and it's historical richness. That's Rome, an immense and sparkling city that will capture and touch you. Rome in an endless, exciting mosaic. I can give you a lot of good tips, I can provid a map and a travel guide, recommendations for restaurants, bars and cafes around the neightborhood, everything you need to explore the city! Location is very close to Ponte Lungo's metro A station which is handy when you want to get into the most important places quick and it is vey close to several bus terminals, it's about 25 minutes walking into key spots in Rome too. There is an urban rail station called Tuscolana (10mins walking) that can reach you to Fiumicino's or Ciampino's airports or San Pietro. The apartment is easy to reach from the main train Termini station or better from Tuscolana station and there is a bus stop at the end of the street (300mt far away) and several bus stops are on the block behind.
I will give to my guests all the instructions and informations for a correct use of the sharing flat. Take care of the parquet and all the space
I am an open mind, hospitable, sunny, social and curious person. I love sports and nature especially the sea. I work as statistician analyst in transportation and green economy, I teach swimming, aquafitness and swimtrekking, I'm sailing teacher's assistance, life guard and skipper too. Meeting foreigns, travellers, having conversations about differents kind of lifes, knowledges and life's style make me happy.
My favourite maxim is "The human dynamics are never casual"
I like walking all over Rome to discover new spots everyday.
Please feel free to contact me for any advises :)