French doors by the dining table provide lots of light, air and peek-a-boo views through the trees of the Tiber river below.
Another look out the living/dining room French doors. Railing provides a balcony-like effect. Below you see the narrow park that separates the local street from the Lungotevere, the river-side drive. Alongside the river are quays often used by joggers. In the summer time, the quays host vendors and temporary night clubs.
The living room is fully air conditioned but Romans tend to close the wooden shutters in their homes to provide cooling shade on hot days, saving energy.
Buffet next to the dining table for setting your serving pieces. Italian grocery stores offer a good array of high quality prepared foods, perfect for reheating back at the apartment.
Bold red pendant lamp above the dining table illuminates this area. Here you can linger over your morning coffee and brioche or a leisurely dinner "at home".
Flat screen television with satellite reception opposite the sofa receives some English-language news channels.
Double sofas provide ample seating for relaxing, planning your Rome adventures.
Splashes of bold color on the living room accent wall. The living room is bright and roomy.
Backlit headboard in master bedroom creates ambiance.
French doors in the master bedroom admit plenty of light, pretty views of the treetops. Divisable king bed can be prepared together or separately.
Armoire for your clothes and desk in the master bedroom. WiFi throughout the apartment as well as a local LAN.
Buongiorno Roma! The windows are double glazed for sound canceling since there is traffic along the Lungotevere which runs parallel to the street below.
Master bathroom has good countertop space as well as handy shelves where everything is in view.
Blue UV light is an option for your bath or shower. Shower over tub.
Italian design flair on display in the second bedroom with an interesting color combination. Romans live with so much ancient history, art, antiques that they love the freshness and lack of complexity in a modern look.
Desk niche in the second bedroom.
Eggplant colored tile in the second bedroom's ensuite bathroom. Even the sink and toilet are tributes to sleek Italian design.
Fully equipped modern kitchen with large refrigerator/freezer, good cabinet space.
Induction stove top, electric oven. Attractive blue-green tiles line the back splash.
Entry foyer with demilune table for setting your keys, phone, sunglasses, guidebooks.
Building where the Tiberio apartment is located. Tree lined street just minutes walk to Via del Corso, Piazza del Popolo, Spanish Steps.
'Twin' churches in Piazza del Popolo are actually different in size and shape, even the domes are different.
Aqua is the color of the season, so fun to see the outrageous styles and colors.
Lots of fun window shopping along Via del Corso, a 5-minute walk from the apartment.
It's a 10 minute walk to the Spanish Steps. View from the top of the Spanish Steps down to the fountain at the base, called La Barcaccia.
The Spanish Steps in spring are covered with azaleas is an icon of Rome. You can see the beginning of Via Sistina at the top on the right.
By Fczarnowski (Own work) via Wikimedia Commons
The immediate neighborhood has a number of nice restaurants and just a few blocks away you can explore the restaurants and shops around the Spanish Steps.
Who needs to cook when you have such a great selection of high quality Roman take away at your local delicatessen.
A few blocks away is a small outdoor market and popular bread and pastry shop. There is a small supermarket only a 5 minute walk from the apartment.