A casa di Stefano
      
A cosy apartment, warm in winter and cool in summer, to make the most of your holiday in Rome (alone, as a couple, with friends).

A casa di Lavinia
      
A small apartment with everything you may need for short and comfortable stays in the centre of Rome (perfect solution for a couple).
 
 
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How to get here :

-         From Fiumicino / Leonardo Da Vinci airport :

a) Take the Leonardo Express train to Termini station ( the train station is inside the airport). The train leaves every 30 minutes; the journey is direct and takes about 30 minutes. From Termini station, take the subway: METROPOLITANA A, Battistini direction, get off at the third stop, SPAGNA.

b) Take a taxi from the airport to Via Mario de’ Fiori.

-    From Ciampino airport :

a)     Take a shuttle bus to Termini station:

         - Terravision Shuttle: The service coincides with the following companies’ flights: Ryanair, Easy-Jet, Hapag Lloyd Express, Wizz Air and Central Wings.

For more information, take a look at the webpage:          http://www.terravision.it/italiano/rome_ciampino.html

         - Autobus Sitbusshuttle: the journey with this company takes about 45 minutes.

For more information, take a look at the webpage: http://www.sitbusshuttle.com

b)     You can also take a bus from the airport to the Anagnina subway stop, the journey takes about 15 minutes. From there, take the METROPOLITANA A, Battistini direction; get off at the 19th stop, SPAGNA.

c) Take a taxi from the airport to Via Mario de’ Fiori. 

-         Buses:

A few metres away from Via Mario de’ Fiori you will find Piazza San Silvestro, where the following buses stop: 52, 53, 61, 71, 80, 85, 160, 850.

-         In a car:

The area around Via Mario de’ Fiori is a limited traffic zone, therefore we advise you to leave your car in one of the car parks, unfortunately quite expensive: there is one at the beginning of Via Veneto; from there, taking the escalators, it is possible to arrive at Piazza di Spagna.

-         In train :

Rome’s main train station is Termini, previously mentioned; Secondary, though important are the Tiburtina and Ostiense train stations, where you can take the subway to get to Termini, Metropolitana B, and then follow the indications given above.

   

   
   
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