The district of Trastevere is located on the left bank of the Tiber River. This is one of the most characteristic areas of Rome especially for it's architecture consisting of low delicious buildings, extraordinary alleys and impressive squares.
Over time the district has become one of the centers of the roman nightlife due to the many catering establishments, from pubs to bars, from restaurants serving the typical roman cuisine to pizzarias. Precisely for this reason the area has been well provided with accommodations to fulfil the requests of tourists from around the world. From hotels, rental rooms and bed and breakfast all in the Trastevere district.
A system of accommodation that carefully provides a selected list of accommodations in Rome. From these locations it is possible to visit the entire district and fully enjoy the charming atmosphere. You can walk along Viale Trastevere, the main thoroughfare of the neighbourhood, and then immerse yourself in the tangle of alleys that lead to the delightful Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, named after the Basilica and to Piazza della Scala and Piazza Sant'Egidio, from where parts the beautiful Via della Scala, a street being the inspirational source to the trastevian singer-songwriter Stephen Red in his song "Letto 26". Always crowded is the small square Piazza Trilussa is located along the banks of the Tiber River. Trastevere is well connected with many bus lines and cable cars crossing such as cable car line 8.
The Trastevere district is considered of great historical importance like the district of St. Peter's Vatican. By walking you can easily reach the Basilica and its amazing arcade of the amazing Castle Sant'Angelo. Trastevere also overlooks one of the most stunning strikes of the Tiber, Tiber de Cenci, from where you can see the beautiful Tiberina Island which has been resting over the river's tide everyday ever since.