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Location: Navona-Campo de' Fiori, Rome, Latium (Lazio), Italy, Europe (In the Centre of Rome, Piazza Navona)
Accommodations: Apartment - Loft with private courtyard. 1 queen bed+ Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath and kitchen (Sleeps 2-3). Air conditioning
Charming apartment in a beautiful private square called Arco degli Acetari, 100 meters from Campo de' Fiori and 200 from Piazza Navona. Easy walk to the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum, Piazza Venezia, Piazza Farnese, Castel Sant’Angelo and the Vatican.
This area offers a range of fashionable shops and characteristic eating places, where typical Roman cuisine can be enjoyed in the numerous trattorias, pizzerias, and wine bars where visitors will really feel part of the atmosphere of old Rome.
Walking in via del Pellegrino, the ancient street that was used by pilgrims to reach San Pietro, you find this little arch that opens in a beautiful little square, very quiet (in the night is closed with a gate). The apartment is situated at the ground flour of a two floors old building in typical Roman architecture, just one large room, really unique, furnished in a elegant and charming Italian style, providing a really amazing atmosphere and enveloping visitors with a romantic holiday feeling.
Full of character, this serviced apartment consists of one master bedroom, one bathroom with shower, a warm living room with single sofa bed, kitchenette and small terrace.
The sleeping area is equipped with queen size bed and a very comfortable double divan bed.
The dining area is equipped with an elegant table, the kitchen is fully equipped with microwave oven, refrigerator, and stove. Air conditioning. The flat can accommodate up to 3 persons.
Set in one of the most charming hidden squares accessible through the beautiful archway just around the corner from Campo dei Fiori
An intimate spot superbly located on a tiny and cobblestoned 'private' little square near the Campo dè Fiori market.
This is a small secret corner in the heart of Roma, close to Campo de' Fiori, in the street that is called 'del Pellegrino', that was the way followed by romeis, the pilgrims that came to Roma by foot to reach the Saint Peter church.
A small square opens after an ancient Arch. It is called degli Acetari; during 1600 the used to sell the pure water coming from Acqua acetosa that was supposed to have therapeutic effects on liver, kidneys and spleen
The font is still visible but is closed since 40's.
Is a very comfortable place in one of the most characteristic places in the city. Easy to walk around, very quiet, but near to the heart of roman life.
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3 night minimum stay
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.