APT001 Historical center - Campo de' Fiori
Apartment in 18th century building near Campo de' Fiori. Sleeps 4: 1 bedroom & sofa couch in living room. Furnished corner kitchen. Bath/stall shower. Wi-Fi & AC. Easy walk to many tourist sites; Pza Navona & Pantheon. No pets or smoking
|• 40sqm, sleeps up to 4; 2nd floor with elevator|
|• No Smoking; Children welcome; Pets not allowed; Pets on premises? No;|
|• Includes: air conditioning, TV, iron, hairdryer, internet|
|Prices per night|
|Number of guests|
|Apartment||€ 120||€ 140||€ 140|
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Area: Centro Navona/Campo de' Fiori
This apartment, in an historical building dating to the 18th century located on one of the very old streets of Rome that leads into the centuries old and very famous Campo de' Fiori, is a wonderful accommodation in which to spend a Roman holiday.
It is on the 2nd floor of an elevator building with the added attraction that it has been newly redecorated in 2010. The apartment looks out onto a small garden in an internal courtyard. The courtyard along with the thermal insulated, double glazed windows assures a quiet apartment. The decor is modern with some design pieces that combine practicality with comfort.
The flat can accommodate up to 4 persons.
It has one double bedroom with a queen size bed, a closet, a TV and air conditioning.
The general living room area has a double sofa bed (French size) and a table with chairs. In one corner of the room is a furnished kitchen with a stove, refrigerator, microwave oven, kettle, toaster, iron and ironing board.
The bathroom, accessed from the living room, has a large stall shower and hairdryer and the hot water is produced by an electric heater.
The entire apartment is air conditioned. The unit has an Internet Wi-Fi connection and a mobile phone for emergency calls.
Please, no pets and no smoking.
This street is truly in the center of historical Rome and has for centuries gone through Campo de‘ Fiori directly into the Jewish Ghetto. The Palazzo Farnese (currently the French Embassy), one of Rome’s greatest Renaissance palaces dating to 1514, is just around the corner with its magnificent piazza and twin fountains, enormous granite baths taken from the Terme di Caracalla. Around the corner is the Via Giulia one of the famous antique venues in the world. The Piazza Navona, one of the most visited piazzas in Rome, is across the street. St Peter’s is a short 10 minute walk away. Many other historical tourist sites such the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps and the Coliseum are all within a reasonable walking distance and public transportation is readily available on Corso Vittorio Emanuele and at Largo Argentina to all sections of Rome. During the morning the Campo de’ Fiori is the scene of a centuries old open air market selling all the Italian ingredients one needs for preparing true Italian dishes. A special treat is the pizza bianca freshly made at the "forno" in the piazza. There are many other shops such as the famous Roscioli bakery, a supermarket, pharmacies, restaurants and banks in this lively area. In the evening Campo de’ Fiori becomes a thriving center of night life with restaurants, pizzerias, wine bars and shops. The restaurant Ditirambo, which is around the corner from the Piazza della Cancelleria, serves typical regional Italian dishes.
- Campo de' Fiori 150 mt.
- Piazza Navona 400 mt.
- Trevi's Fountain 1,5 km.
- Saint Peter's 1,4 km.