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Renting an apartment in Rome gives you a very special experience: you're staying in a local neighbourhood as a member of a community. You shop for fresh foods in local markets; you're greeted with a cheery "Buongiorno" when you buy your morning pastries at the local baker's.
You're not a tourist. You're a friend.
And if you want to stay near the Vatican, but within easy, quick reach of the rest of Rome, Laura's apartment could be the answer to your prayers.
Cath stayed here when visiting Rome alone in 2018 and has this to say:
It's about ten minutes walk from the Vatican Museums, fifteen from St Peter's Square. To get to the rest of Rome - if you don't want to walk, or need to go somewhere quickly - Cipro Metro station is literally four or five minutes walk away.
Worried about using the Metro? Don't be! See Cath's guide, here. (It will open on a new page so you can come back here easily).
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