The flat is renovated and elegant, situated on the first floor (with lift) in a building of �800 located in the historic centre, 300 metres from Vatican City (S. Pietro) and 300 metres from the tube. The area is one of the most commercial in Rome. It is at a distance that can be done on foot in 2 or 3 minutes and visitors will find businesses, supermarkets, regional markets, taxi stands, bus, pharmacies and innumerable restaurants and pizzerias. Sheets and towels are provided. The bed (even the sofa bed) has a network and orthopaedic mattress. The apartment has central heating, air conditioning, private bath and an equipped kitchen to prepare breakfast and some quick food (self-catering). Note: The apartment must be vacated between 10:00 and 13:00 the day of check-out. Check-in must be carried out before 22:00 hours. The amount will have to be paid in cash and Euros
Sq metres: 28
Pets: No Pets
Rooms and bathrooms
Single sofa-beds: 1
Rome has always been a city of great importance throughout history. The early civilizations have left their mark on Rome�s streets, art, architecture, and monuments.
The Coliseum is the largest and most spectacular construction from the Roman era, built to house the famous battles between gladiators and beasts. Known world-wide, this authentic and marvellous architecture from the antiquity is the symbol of the eternal city. It was constructed by the Flavia Dynasty on what used to be the artificial lake of the Domus Aurea for Ner�n, after the Roman fire (64 A.C.)
The Roman Forum is the most important archaeological area in Rome. It was the centre of Roman public life and it was occupied after the draining of the marshy valley that was between the Palatino and the Campidoglio en the VII century A.C. The Forum was the centre for political, religious, and commercial activities in ancient Rome. As time passed, they built the section opposite the Imperial Forum, in order to respond to the necessities of a growing population, or possibly to give even more emphasis to the grandeur of the empire.
The numerous plazas and fountains are probably a symbol of the eternal city. The very famous Fontana di Trevi was designed by the architect, Nicola Salvi, in the century XVIII. It was the location for one of the scenes in the movie �La Dolce Vita� by Fellini, and it has become one of the essential stops for tourists who hope to take part in the tradition of throwing a coin in the fountain and having their wish granted, as well as assuring their return to the eternal city. The �correct procedure� is to turn your back to the fountain and throw the coin with your right hand over your left shoulder.
The Plaza del Popolo is considered one of the best urban works of the city. It is situated in the junction of 3 main streets and is characterized by the Porta del Popolo, a work by Bernini which was the access gate to Rome for those travelling from the North on the Via Flaminia.
Plaza Navona is one of the most famous plazas, where you can admire major works by Bernini, Borromoni and Porta, excellent exponents of Baroque Art. It is one of the most frequented places in Rome, by tourists just as much as the Romans, who assemble here with friends in the evenings and nights and fill up all different types of restaurants and cafes.
Plaza Spagna � Fontana della Barcaccia is one of the most distinctive plazas in the city, characterized by the front steps to the Trinidad del Monte, the stage for many fashion shows. It is located among the most exclusive and elegant streets in Rome. From the Plaza Spagna you can go up the stairs to the Pincio Terrace, where you will find a splendid panoramic view of the city.
The beautiful Villa Borghese is the largest public park in Rome, characterized by its trails, trees and lakes. There is a magnificent view from the finest terrace in the city, the Belvedere del Pincio.