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Our stay at Loggetta di Trastevere was most memorable during our first visit to Rome from Australia. Francesco was very helpful with providing directions to the b&b prior to our arrival and was contactable with ease. Upon arrival, we received a friendly welcome from Francesco...More
I love the Trastevere neighborhood but the budget accommodations tend to be noisy and cramped. This place is very quiet, clean and roomy enough. The bath is shared, but there are only two rooms so it's not much of an issue. Both rooms are newly...More
My mum and I stayed for 4 nights at the end of May and could not have been happier with the experience. We had both bedrooms and therefore the entire flat to ourselves. The place is newly renovated and tastefully decorated, with high ceilings, highly...More
Francesco is a great host. His B&B is located in a nice neighborhood, away from the crowds but still within walking distance to the major sights. We are a family of four (two teenagers) and had both rooms for five days in Rome. It was...More
This place is the best place I've ever stayed in Rome and beats all options for travelers looking for inexpensive, clean, and a "local" experience in lodging in one of the most interesting parts of Rome, the neighborhood of Trastevere. My son and I took...More
Trastevere ("beyond the Tiber") is like a faded postcard, a little worn around the edges but still charming. With its wide-open piazzas, meandering streets, weathered Renaissance buildings, and overgrown personality, it's become an irresistible mecca for visitors. Trastevere is an enclave of entertainment - a rotating set of street performers entertains almost every night, and unforgettable
eateries and bars pepper its piazzas and side streets. For a trip to the past, visit the southern and western flanks of Trastevere for pockets of yesteryear, less traversed areas with a residual 1960s and 70s Roman vibe.