Rome can be described as a massive collision of amazing food, art and culture that will definitely take you more than a few days to discover. Moving to this amazing city will allow you to not only dive into the history of Italy but the foundations of European art and culture. Here are the best neighborhoods of Rome and what they have to offer.
This area offers art of all mediums. Here you will find great restaurants, tattoo parlors, art galleries and outdoor cafes. Lively restaurants, bars and nightclubs fill the area so make sure you have your camera ready when you take a stroll through Trastevere. Study Abroad Apartments also offers many apartments in this neighborhood across the river.
Considered Rome’s oldest quarter, this area is very diverse today. You will observe young and old people coming from all different types of professions. This mostly working class neighborhoods is not short of bars and fine dining.
In contrast to Monti this area is more white-collar and home to some amazing architecture. It is also close to main spots like the Vatican and the Tiber River but far enough to separate you from the hoards of tourists year-round.
Tridente is home to some of the most iconic places in Rome including the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain. This is also where you will find top designer brands and shopping stores alongside some of Rome’s most upscale homes and pricey hotels. This district is a must see during your stay in Rome.
If you are a young professional or student looking to live in Rome, Trastevere is the best option for you as Study Abroad Apartments offers apartments of all kinds here!
Are you about to embark on the trip of a lifetime? Study Abroad Apartments offers some great options for students planning to study abroad. Just get in touch with us if you need any help finding somewhere to stay and we’ll make sure you have one of the best options out there!