Our Coronari Bis Apartment is a warmy apartment in the Navona area. Our accommodation is a truly gem in a quiet location. It is located on the fourth floor of an elegant building served by a lift.
The apartment is composed of a large and welcoming living room with a comfortable sofa bed, a gracious kitchen provided with a table for four where you can cook some delicious dishes and a well mantained bathroom with a bathtub. The bedroom features a comfortable king-size bed.
The amenites of this cute flat are dishwasher, oven, air conditioning, iron and ironing board. It comes complete with linens and towels.
The location is unique, just five minutes away from Piazza Navona and Campo dei Fiori. The flat is ideal to visit Rome just walking around. All major attractions are easily reachable.
Navona square is a perfect place to take a break. The square has several restaurants which are perfect to sit down to take a drink and to just relax and watch the life on the square.
You will be amazed by the beauty of the square. It is a unique place and nearby is the famous Campo de’ Fiori, a great spot where a fruit and vegetables market is held on mornings.
These two squares in Rome are wonderful places where you can have lunch or dinner surrounded by an enchanting atmosphere while watching the world pass by.
You are in the heart of Rome. No need to take any bus as everything is at your hand. Just go outside and enjoy the magnificent attractions Rome has to offer.
The breathtaking magnificence of Piazza Navona, born as a place of spectacle for ancient Roman games and today a spectacular open air space, an architectural miracle in the heart of the Eternal City, filled with masterpieces in perfect harmony.
This Piazza, which displays the genius of Bernini and Borromini, is one of the finest Baroque Masterpiece in Rome. Its style and colors give it a charm that is enhanced by the elegance of the building around.
Of all Rome's piazzas, this isola pedonale (pedestrian precinct) is the one where the liveliness of Roman life is most tangible. It has long been a meeting place for the inhabitants of Rome. In the past ages some spectacles where held here such as the "naumachiae", or mock naval battles.
Today life in the piazza is around the open-air-cafés and the seasonal feasts. The most popular is the one held in early January where toys and sweets are sold. It is called la Befana. Along the year the piazza is a wonderful scenario plenty of painters, caricaturists, artists and buskers who entertain visitors passing by.