The old lodge, "Trastevere House", will welcome you in an ancient and distinctive palace of the 18th century, in the heart of the historical neighbourhood.
Trastevere area is on the opposite side of the the Jewish Ghetto and the Tiber Island. Since the foundation of Rome Trastevere was considered a separate city.
Today it is extremely Roman in nature and the residents call themselves the "real Romans". It is a characteritic part of the city and boasts many pizzerias and restaurants.
His strategic location, offers to his clients an easy way towards the main archeological and historical destinations of the Eternal City.
Crossing the Tiber Island you can easily reach Campo de Fiori, Navona square, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum and the Colisseum.