Vacation Apartments in Rome
Trastevere or Center: Discover our hand-picked vacation apartments in Rome
Your perfect holiday apartment
Your perfect holiday apartment
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- Baths of Diocletian
- National Gallery of Modern Ar
- St. Paul's outside the Walls
- St. John Lateran Archbasilica
- Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
- Basilica of Saint Clement
- Santa Maria in Cosmedin
- Basilica of Santa Maria of the Angels
- Rosal Municipal
- Savello Park and the Garden of the bitter oranges
- Villa Celimontana
- Botanical Garden
- Villa Doria Pamphili
- Vatican Gardens
- Ciampino International Airport
- Muesum of the Roman Civilization
- Piazza di Spagna
- Via Cola di Rienzo
- Via del Babuino
- Via Condotti
- Campo de' Fiori
- Via Margutta
- Euroma 2
- Fiumicino Airport
- Venecia Plaza
- Santa Maria del Popolo
- Santa Maria in Trastevere
- Sánt Angelo Castle
- Circo Maximo
- Trajan's Column
- Trevi Fountain
- Roman Forum
- Trajan's Market
- Spanish Steps
- Piazza del Popolo
- Piazza Navona
- Baths of Caracalla
- Galleria Borghese
- Domus Aurea
- Palazzo delle Esposizioni
- Vatican City
- St. Peter´s Basilica
- Catacombs of Rome
- Palatine Hill
- Constantine's Arc
- Caracalla's Baths
- Ara Pacis
- Mouth of Truth
- Borghese Gallery
- Capitoline Museums
- National Roman Museum
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GowithOh short-stay apartments in Rome
Rome, the Eternal City, is a hotbed of history, culture and art just waiting to be discovered. Our Rome holiday apartments are a great way to see the Rome that other tourists never see and to really find out what makes the Romans tick. Stay in a GowithOh apartment in Rome and you’ll truly be able to ‘do as the Romans do’ since you’ll be living among them in our Rome apartments during your time in the city!
Rome is a great all-year-round destination, and our Rome holiday apartments are ready to welcome you at any time of year. Whether you’re looking to catch a little Christmas cheer in Rome or tour the ancient city in the height of summer, our Rome apartments for rent are the ideal accommodation choice for you. Escape to Rome sooner than you think with our last minute offers!
Why renting an apartment in Rome is a great option for your vacations
Book an apartment in Rome and enjoy unforgettable holidays in the "Eternal City". Imagine living in a vacation rental in Trastevere or in the centre of Rome, just like the locals. This gives you a complete different view on the city and helps you get to know it better.
In addition to that, there are only advantages or renting a vacational rental in Rome:
- - Traveling in groups can be sometimes difficult, because you might have to split up into different rooms in a hotel. With a holiday apartment in Rome you can stay together with friends and family.
- - An apartment is cheaper than a hotel, because you can cook for yourself in your own kitchen and don't have to eat out every day.
There are many other things you should keep in mind, before you reserve a Rome apartment for rent. In the apartment description you get all the information you need about the accommodation. We recommend reading it carefully before you finalize your booking. Some important facts you'll face with almost every apartment we offer are the following:
- - All our apartments are only rentable for short-stays. In most cases the minimum stay you can book has to be three nights.
- - You'll have to pay a deposit upon your arrival at the apartment. At the end of your stay the owner will return the money back to you.
- - After your reservation you'll have to get in touch with the apartment owner to make sure he knows the approximate check-in time and waits for you at the vacation rental.
Should you have any questions concerning the booking process or a specific apartment, please don't hesitate to contact us via phone 44 (0) 203 499 5148 or write us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why is a Rome apartment a better option than a hotel or hostel?
In our apartment catalogue we offer you vacation rentals of every type and in different price categories. You can save while booking a cheap apartment, but the biggest part of your travel budget you'll save by preparing your meals in your own kitchen and buying seasonal ingredients at the local markets.
According to our calculations you can save up to 44% only on food if you stay in a short-term apartment in Rome. Traveling to the Italian capital you shouldn't miss trying the local cheeses, sausages, the wine and of course, pasta and pizza. In the supermarkets and food markets you'll find delicious fresh food, which is just perfect to cook at your Rome apartment for rent.
Choose the right district for your apartment in Rome
You'll be spoilt for choice! We offer you over 90 apartments only in the city centre of Rome . Of course, there are other districts which are a better fit for your vacation in Rome than the city centre.
- - To explore the traditional Italy we recommend an apartment in Trastevere for rent.
- - For a more quiet and calm neighborhood, you should consider renting an apartment in the Vatican , which is well connected with the city of Rome.
- - One of the most "hip" quarters of Rome is Monti . Here you can find many restaurants, museums, art galleries…
If you're searching for a long-term apartment in Rome with GowithOh, we'll be happy to attend your call or help you select the right accommodation via the phone. Try an apartment for your perfect vacation and you'll never want to stay in a hotel again. What are you waiting for?
Your unique apartments in Rome
Your Rome holidays
Whether modern or ancient, Rome is one of the most visited and popular cities in Europe. When you travel to Rome, you travel back in time. Every step you'll make will be accompanied by some historic buildings and history. But there is so much more to explore in the "Eternal City"!
Little known facts
* During the Roman Empire all roman citizen had free entry to the Coliseum while events were taking place. On top of that they received free food.
* Left-handed people were considered not trustworthy and unlucky in ancient Rome. Paradoxically, gladiators who used their left hand to fight were popular, because they had to invent different fighting techniques.
* Rome has an entire museum dedicated to pasta. You can find 11 rooms on two floors in the National Museum of Pasta.
* The Trevi Fountain in Rome is one of the most famous fountains in the world. Did you know that yearly coins worth around €700,000 get tossed into the Fountain? The city of Rome donates this money regularly.
* The ancient Romans used to celebrate big feasts with a lot of food. But they would not sit on a table and enjoy plate after plate. Instead they would just lie down on couches and feed themselves with one hand while the other supported the upper body from completely laying down.
* The largest museum complex in the world is the Vatican museum with more than 100 museums and galleries.
Culture and main Attractions
Rome was the largest empire in history and according to its nickname "The "Eternal City" one can only imagine how many important sights there are to be visited. However, a visit to Rome should not only include history to its fullest, but you should also take advantage of the incredible cuisine, the well-known fashion scene with all the Italian designer stores at your doorstep and the beautiful weather.
Monuments you shouldn't miss to visit are: Coliseum, with the Roman Forum right next to it, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Vatikan City with the Ponte Sant'Angelo close to it and of course the district of Trastevere.
Italy is famous designer clothes and haut couture. Some of the biggest names in the fashion industry have their home in the Italian capital and the one which haven't are also to be found in the fancy flagship stores, for example Gucci, Prada, Fredi, Versace, Armani and Valentino. During your city break in Rome you'll have a lot of shopping possibilities. The most popular shopping streets are: Via Condotti (close to the Spanish Steps), Via Bocca de Leone, Via Borgogna and Via Sistina. If you prefer more simple and economic fashion visit Via del Corso and Via Cola di Rienzo. Rome offers you also several shopping malls, such as Porta Di Roma and Euroma2, with a great variety of shops.
Even if you're on a tight schedule during your vacation in Rome, we recommend you to visit at least one flea market. The most famous outdoor market in Rome is Porta Portese and it's also one of the biggest in Europe.
Be prepared to walk more than usual during your stay in Rome. The city doesn't offer the most developed public transport system. We recommend comfortable walking shoes and if you get tired of walking use the buses or even consider renting a bike. Typically you could also rent a Vespa and take a little tour around the city centre.
Due to its location Rome obviously enjoys Mediterranean climate. Winters are mild and summers are hot. If you travel to Rome during June until the beginning of September be prepared to make more breaks to order a delicious gelato or a cool cocktail. The perfect travel time is late spring and early autumn. During this time it barely rains and the temperatures mild and warm.
Food and Drink
Italy's reputation is mainly based on its delicious cuisine. Pasta, pizza, gelato and much more are dishes you simply can't miss during your trip to Rome.
For authentic restaurants walk around the small streets in the old district of Trastevere and mind overcrowded, touristy places. You might also want to get into a talk with a local and ask him for a recommendation.
Romans love fresh food and many still buy their ingredients on outdoor markets. One of the most famous food markets in Rome is the Campo de' Fiori, which opens Monday to Saturday from 7am until 1pm.