The loft is located in San Lorenzo, 900 meters from Termini railway station, within a residential complex beautifully restored and very well cared for.
You enter through a quaint terrace for the exclusive use of the loft.
The loft consists of: one large room of about 70 square meters c.ca, divided by two zone.Una furniture dining area, a kitchen and two comfortable sofas that needed two beds.
A sleeping area with one double bed and two bunk beds and two bathrooms.
The apartment can accommodate six people
San Lorenzo is essentially squashed between the Verano Cemetery and Termini Station and was built up in the late 1800s as an industrial neighborhood for factory workers. You can see this in the "new" architecture of the buildings, as well as some of the abandoned factories. The neighborhood had the misfortune to be the most bombed in Rome during WWII, and on July 19, 1943 Allied forces released 3000 bombs, causing many fatalities. These scars still show in some of the architecture of the neighborhood, which has now been reborn as the most youthful area of Rome. By this I mean that it's hugely populated by students and there are, in fact, a few university departments located here. La Sapienza, Rome's public university, is located close by, making San Lorenzo a fantastic mix of young students who are passionate about art, politics, food, and music