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Casa Appia

Tourist accommodation for your holiday in Rome

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Casa Appia - Location holiday apartment in Rome

Casa Appia holiday apartment in Rome Casa Appia is located in the central Appio district, one of the most commercial and central of Rome.

The district, considered the safest in the city, is full of shops and services: supermarkets, pharmacies, banks, pubs, wine bars, coffee, pizzerias, restaurants, and the new HAPPIO commercial center, all within a radius between 50 and 300 meters from the apartment.
In more, two daily markets are in the surrounding.

The location is the best you could wish for the convenience of public transport: underground station "Furio Camillo" is to 5 minutes away, bus stop of line "85" for the historic center is 50 meters far and railway station "Tuscolana" to 500 meters.

GPS coordinates: 41° 52' 29.473" N 12° 31' 37.479" E (N 41.8748536; E 12.5270776)


Basilica di Santa Maria Ausiliatrice Rome From Casa Appia in two minutes walk you can reach the Basilica of Santa Maria Ausiliatrice, one of the so-called "basilicas minor" in Rome - certainly not for its beauty, which is worth a visit - and in less than ten minutes walk Parco della Caffarella and the splendid archaeological site Appia Antica.

This public park is located outside Porta S. Sebastiano. In 200 hectares you can find the beauty of Erode Attico's Triopio, the S. Urbano temple, the nymph Egeria cave, the Annia Regilla tomb and along the street Via Appia the Cecilia Metella tomb and the roman catacombs.

Behind Basilica of St. Mary Help of Christians, Villa Lais is located.
It includes seven buildings once used to manor house, stables, botanical garden, cowshed and dwelling houses of easement. Today the buildings, all restored, are intended for municipal services. Among these is a splendid desecrated chapel where three days a week marriages in a civil ceremony are celebrated.

By public transport

Public transport Just 10 minutes by bus are the square of St. John Lateran and Holy Cross in Jerusalem, with the homonymous basilicas.
Saint John in Lateran's Chathedral is the cathedral of the diocese of Rome. The first of the four papal basilicas, the oldest and most important church in the West, and the vast surrounding complex - including the Pontifical Lateran Palace, the Palace of the Canons, the Pontifical Roman Major Seminary and the Pontifical Lateran University - worth absolutely a visit.
Together with the "Holy Stairs" which is right in front, they are places of pilgrimage in the Jubilee year.

The "Basilica of Holy Cross in Jerusalem" is one of the seven churches of Rome part of the traditional pilgrimage route. It was built in the fourth century in the place where were the palaces of St. Helena, mother of Emperor Constantine, in order to preserve part of the Cross of Jesus, along with other relics of the Passion. According to tradition, Saint Helena had them transported to Rome return from his trip to the Holy Land.

Coliseum and Caracalla's thermal baths can also be reached by bus in 10 minutes, and in 15 minutes by subway you can reach Vatican CITY.

Note that the major monuments and interest points in Rome can be reached just by metro or 85 bus line: Basilica St. John Lateran, Coliseum, Imperial Forums, Altar of the Fatherland, Via del Corso, Quirinal, Trevi Fountain, Via Nazionale, Via Frattina, Via Condotti, Pantheon, Piazza di Spagna.