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The Olliv Up House in San Lorenzo Rome

Tiburtino, Rom, Lazio
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Little White Loft (39 sq mt) fully renovated with all confort It accommodates up to two people. It is a slightly basement Loft (approx 1 meter) but extremely bright, on a street that has a rare charm of Rome.
The little white loft has been completely refurbished in Feb 2016.
why should we go there? To know Rome’s creativity, see the city’s young talent and breath the Bohemian atmosphere; to pick a pub, to enjoy vibrant nightlife to have some cheap drinks and good food :Enjoy San Lorenzo

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The little white loft has been completely refurbished in February 2016. The architect did the white color the leitmotif of the house. The wrought iron staircase made of Umbria, the brick ceiling is white. the floor is a modern porcelain-colored wood. despite the loft is just one meter below street level is very bright as the street has houses that have no more than 2 floors.
the entrance is directly on the road, as well as workshops of artisans (blacksmiths, carpenters, masons) now these workshops are homes.
the road offers a rare view of Rome that no longer exists.
But now the main question follows: why should we go there? To know Rome’s creativity, see the city’s young talent and breath the Bohemian atmosphere; to pick a pub, enjoy vibrant nightlife to have some cheap drinks and good food in what is Rome’s Left Bank borough.

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On friday or saturday night it may happen that you could Hear a little bit crowd from the Jazz club near of the house.
This happens only sometimes... but this is the San Lorenzo 's spirit ! so Enjoy it !
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the kitchen is complete with frigo, oven, kneetle, cutlery dishes and glasses
2 air conditioners are available for hot and cold
a king size (160x200 cm) bed handmade from recycled pallets and restored (and white) with wheels that can also become a comfortable sofa
a comfortable table with chairs for eating, using a tablet and read a book
free wireless for the guests
clean towels and sheets for each check in
the door is armored for your added security

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The flat is totally at your disposal. No other guests than you

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a map of all San Lorenzo's hotspots and Rome's public transport are available in the Loft
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Roma Capitale authority has decided on tourist accommodation tax payments due from the guests of hotels, holiday homes, rented rooms establishments, bed & breakfasts and camping grounds in Rome (this measure does not apply to hostels). The tourist accommodation tax is due for each night spent in Rome’s accommodation facilities.

From 1st September 2014 the rates per person shall be as follows:

Bed and breakfasts, Rented Rooms, Holiday Homes and Holiday Apartments 3.5 Euros each person for every night
example: 2 people stay 2 night: total 14 euro.
this is a local tax
How to pay?
You can pay cash at the start of your stay, directly on site.
Little White Loft (39 sq mt) fully renovated with all confort It accommodates up to two people. It is a slightly basement Loft (approx 1 meter) but extremely bright, on a street that has a rare charm of Rome.
The little white loft has been completely refurbished in Feb 2016.
why should we go there? To know Rome’s creativity, see the city’s young talent and breath the Bohemian atmosphere; to pick a pub…

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Let’s be clear, San Lorenzo has no stunning landmarks, buildings, archaeological ruins or monuments except for the basilica of San Lorenzo – which gives the name to the neighborhood – one of the most famous and important churches of Rome.
And why is that in such a beautiful city like Rome you may wonder? First of all because it was built as a residential area for factory and railways workers, second and most important because it was heavily damaged by a WWII bombing.
It was the heaviest bombing Rome suffered during WWII. 1,500 people died, 4,000 were injured. Most of the buildings were destroyed. Reconstruction had to be fast and cheap as it was the case all over Italy in the war aftermath.
How did it become Rome’s student and young artist district? Easy answer, Rome’s Sapienza University (the third largest in the world, by far the biggest in Europe with its 200,000 students) is nearby, and students especially non Roman ones – have been choosing it for decades as their home. It is also very close to Rome’s main train station, Termini and well connected to the centre of Rome and all spotlight
But now the main question follows: why should we go there? To know Rome’s creativity, see the city’s young talent and breath the Bohemian atmosphere; to pick a pub, to have some cheap drinks and good food in what is Rome’s Left Bank borough.

between Termini train station, the Verano graveyard, via Tiburtina, and the Scalo Merci, San Lorenzo developed quickly during the last two decades of the 19th century. The building fever that hit Rome after the unification of Italy was characterized by great excitement and little planning. When funding ran out after just a few years, many buildings in the area were left unfinished or completed with no attention to safety and hygiene requirements. This turned San Lorenzo into an area for the city's poorest residents.
Just outside the Mura Labicane, ill-reputed and isolated, the neighborhood grew distant from the city and became a separate entity. In 1907, famous educator and physician Maria Montessori defined San Lorenzo as the place where "la gente per bene passa solo dopo morta" ("respectable people pass by only after death"), referring to the cemetery of Verano. During the Second World War, San Lorenzo was severely struck by the very first and most violent bombing of Rome by the Allies. On July 19, 1943 (the same day as Nero's fire), the impoverished and now damaged neighborhood saw the first exodus of its people towards more welcoming and flourishing areas of the city.

Rome San LorenzoPost-war reconstruction and new immigration from the south brought some relief, but it was only at the end of the Sixties, with the student movements, that San Lorenzo started a new life. Close by to "La Sapienza," the largest university in Europe, San Lorenzo attracted a student population, and the quarter quickly became the home of free-thinkers, young political activists, and artists of all sorts. Young families fled, and the elderly were left with the younger generation to create the mixed population which today forms the heart of San Lorenzo's unique character. Packed with students, it is newly young-and-trendy, described as the Montmartre of Rome. Arty shops cheap and authentic trattorie, cool pubs and clubs line the narrow streets. If you can overlook the littered streets, cars parked on the sidewalks, and graffiti everywhere, San Lorenzo offers a world of surprises.

Shopping in San Lorenzo is a new experience. You won't find any of the mainstream labels that populate shopping venues such as Via del Corso or Cola di Rienzo. Everything has an arty flavor: small ateliers where items are crafted on the spot; original and creative pieces; and best of all, artists excited about their work and willing to spend time explaining how their creations come to life. Just walk around and explore.

recently wandered around San Lorenzo, one of Rome’s surprise trendy zones. Nestled behind the ancient Roman wall on Termini’s east side it has grown a reputation as a student haven and an edgy cultural hub. Once a downtrodden worker’s area, the location next to Sapienza University has started an underground youth culture, recently gentrified attracting bright artistic types. The result is a mix of cheap fun and super-fashionable venues to choose from with a rough and ready, anti-touristy vibe.

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I started around Via Tiburtina, which offers a host of ultra-chic spots. Historic chocolate factory Said, on Via Tiburtina 135 makes a great first impression with glowing bold letters tucked behind the main street. Going since 1923, this is what Charlie had in mind for his factory. The tiny triumphs of artisan chocolate and deserts on display look almost too good to eat. It’s a multidisciplinary space, with chocolate shop and bistro combined that seem to go on forever. In the sophisticated sectioned dining area they offer contemporary dishes with friendly staff, perfect for a treat with lots of inspiration from their star ingredient: cocoa. My new favourite cocktail is their ‘Grasshopper’ with minty dark chocolate, which I tried with their Aperitivo plate for €12.

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Next I tried Apartment Bar on dei Via Marrucini, 1 close by. Pink neon leads you to this up-and-comer recently to hit the Rome bar scene. It’s like a big living room equipped with 70’s retro jumble décor and faux fireplace with twinkling lights. The owners are progressive hosting eclectic events including live DJ Aperitivo and experimental DJ nights with a little spot to dance. They are cocktail professionals and use their mixology know-how to make really tasty tipples. I’m a fan of their rooftop ‘Paradise Garden’, like an oasis of canopies and tropical plants amid the patchwork of surrounding apartment blocks.

BlackMarket San Lorenzo Cocktail Bar

If you are on the hunt for new alcoholic inspirations, entering the Black Market San Lorenzo (Via dei Sardi, 50) will feel like stepping through Alice’s looking glass. Managers and staff Francesco, Sabrina and Alessandro envisioned this new venue like a natural evolution of the original Black Market in Monti and turned it into one of Rome’s most interesting mixology scenes. The Black Market is hard to define: art gallery/ music venue / bar and tea room it is designed to be just like “grandma’s living room”, with bossa nova in the background, dim lights, sofas and books.

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Nearby, Pastificio San Lorenzo on Via degli Ausoni, 7 is an impressive sprawling creative complex. An ex-traditional pasta factory has been transformed into an artistic multi-floor initiative with design workshops, event spaces, photography studios and a chic eatery with cosmopolitan menu. The restaurant reminds me of an elegant old-time dance hall, with a minimalist bar area for Aperitivo (a tasteful plate of novel nibbles and wine for €10) and open dining space. Quality is key here so this place is great for a splurge, with select ingredients meant to rediscover traditional methods in innovative ways.

Pifebo! Right around the corner I noticed with glee that the best vintage store chain in Rome have a branch in San Lorenzo on Via dei Volsci 101b. A riot of colour, I trawled the small but stuffed treasure trove for quality unique finds among reams of bags, clothes, shoes and accessories.

Piazza dell'immacolata San Lorenzo

I followed the inspiring graffiti art and the sound of Djembe drums and merriment to Piazza dell’Immacolata. This is a popular studenty spot to grab a drink in the many surrounding cheap bars and chat on the piazza steps. Nearby, Giufa café/bar on Via Degli Aurunci 38 has the best and most unusual graphic novel selection in Rome, along with a haphazard boho-chic style of chequered floors and mismatching tables. It’s a place you can while away a whole evening. Their hot choc is a favourite, but I’m rather partial to the port while leisurely chatting or catching up on emails.

I couldn’t miss a drink at Rome’s book bar, Bar à Book on Via dei Piceni, 23 . This place is definitely under-reviewed. It looks like a converted shabby-chic ex garage just like the ones I saw in Berlin, the homeland of vintage cool. It hosts diverse intimate gigs, DJ sets and workshops. Lined with bookshelves and cosy vintage armchairs and couches it has an inviting relaxed feel, laid-back staff and the prices aren’t bad either.

I capped the evening off with a short stroll to Crossover music venue on Via degli Equi, 22 to catch a booming Blues jam session. I first heard about this place when I played here with my own band. It’s got a funky gritty feel that’s perfect for a venue devoted to live music, with bad-ass portraits of classic music legends adorning the walls. They always have something going on, from Rock and Reggae to Blues and more, when their comfy seats are pushed aside for a makeshift dance floor. The atmosphere evokes San Lorenzo’s roots of low prices and alternative creativity.



SAN LORENZO’S SPIRIT

How did it become Rome’s student and young artist district? Easy answer, Rome’s Sapienza University (the third largest in the world, by far the biggest in Europe with its 200,000 students) is nearby, and students especially non Roman ones – have been choosing it for decades as their home. It is also very close to Rome’s main train station, Termini.



But now the main question follows: why should we go there? To know Rome’s creativity, see the city’s young talent and breath the Bohemian atmosphere; to pick a pub, to have some cheap drinks and good food in what is Rome’s Left Bank borough.



EAT & DRINK

Our favorite place for a drink is Jamrock, Rome’s only Jamaica-inspired pub. You can also have good food there, like curry supplì or fried banana chips.



For another kind of drink, chocolate-based, or a snack or some desserts we would definitely recommend you Said.

Both these places and those that follow are the consequence of the unavoidable gentrification that the district has been through. Like any other such area in the Western world, after it becomes cool, money follows and cosmopolitan, brand new businesses pop up.

So, if you’re looking for a posh restaurant there, Arancia Blu is a good destination, especially if you are vegetarian.

If you want a place with a nice design both for a drink and a meal, 00100, is our tip.

If you, instead, want to go to a restaurant where a local would eat, Formula 1 is your place. Very cheap and informal pizzeria that fully embodies the spirit of this part of Rome.



ARTS & PRODUCTS

Let’s finally see the artsy side of San Lorenzo. The borough has many graffiti and street art works. They’re really beneficial in such an ugly area! But there are also interesting, cutting-edge art galleries.

We recently enjoyed the architecture and city planning gallery Come Se, which also features a lounge bar. And we would also recommend to hit the creative space ESC atelier, an underground culture centre that also hosts shows.

Last but not least a couple of shopping destinations: Pane e Pasta, a jewellery that uses the Tiffany method and Studio60, a fashion workshop run by two Brazilians.
Let’s be clear, San Lorenzo has no stunning landmarks, buildings, archaeological ruins or monuments except for the basilica of San Lorenzo – which gives the name to the neighborhood – one of the most famous and…

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i live in Umbria , I like to enjoy the sun and nature. I come from time to time in Rome My son Stefano and My daughter in law Claudia will take care of your stay. they will be available for your questions or doubts
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Guests can always contact us for any questions or comments.
Important: I am living outside Rome and i'm not alwais available for the check in . I delegated my daughter in law Claudia and my son Stefano to manage all relationships with guests.
they will be available for all your questions and informations you need so they will present at the moment of check in
is's possible to ask for additional cleenings during the stay (extra fee)
***In case of late check in (after 10.00 p.m. and until 00.30) you have to contact the host if could be possible ( you will pay an extra fee )
the host reserves the right to cancel your reservation if your check in time has not been approuved ****


*we have another loft 200 meters away that can host 2 people*
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