About: Silveri - Casa vacanza
San Pietro
“Silveri” guest house was created thinking about guest as a friend who you receive in your own house, making him feel comfortable in a friendly and familiar environment. The apartment has been furnished with simplicity and sobriety; all rooms lead to a sunny balcony ideal for enjoying relaxing moments after a long day walking in the “Eternal City”. The house’s location, quiet and far from traffic chaos, even if is right in the Center, makes it even more exclusive.

The “Silveri” apartment is located at the 5th floor of a building with elevator and it’s made up of: Entrance corridor; living room with TV, couch, table for eating; well furnished kitchen equipped with micro-wave oven and electric boiler; bathroom (with bathtub), equipped with hairdryer, bath gel and shampoo; bedroom with large wardrobe; balcony equipped with sun awning, table and chairs; additional accessories in the house available to guests: Washing machines, safe, iron with ironing board.
 The location
The house is 500 meters from the Basilica di San Pietro (St, Peter’s). The Historical Center is reachable by feet: You pass through Via Conciliazione (off St. Peter’s Square), you go past Castel Sant’Angelo and you proceed to Piazza Navona, Campo de’ Fiori and Pantheon. Another suggested way is Passeggiata del Gianicolo (Gianicolo Promenade) which leads to Piazza Garibaldi where you can enjoy an unmissable panoramic view of Rome and surroundings. Also, from the house you can reach Bambin Gesù Children’s Hospital by feet.
 The facilities in the rooms
  • Exclusive kitchen use
 How to get Silveri
San Pietro Station-FM3 (Railway line 3): 300 meters from the house: in 5 minutes the train takes you to the characteristic Trastevere quarter and in 10 minutes rides you to Gemelli General Hospital. There are several bus lines wich connect the Vatican area to the Historical Center, for example the line 64 wich finish to Termini [central] Railway Station (terminus). Near the apartment are pubs, restaurants, pizzeria, stores and supermarkets.