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While at this apartment rental, you will be staying at one of the liveliest places in Rome: the Campo dei Fiori! Filled with shops, restaurants, and even an outdoor market, the Campo dei Fiori is not only a great place to have some fun, it's also well located so you're able to visit some other historical sites such as the Pantheon without having to go too far. Very cozy and great for a family, this accommodation in Rome is the perfect starting point for a wonderful vacation.
This apartment is located in a historic 18th century building served by an elevator. The building dates back to medieval times, with its foundations on the walls of Pompey's theatre, however the building was totally restored in 1996. The narrow streets around Piazza Campo de' Fiori contain simple houses and austerely noble palaces standing side by side in quiet harmony. There is a fresh fruit and vegetable market every morning in the Piazza.
Second Floor (with elevator): Renovated in 2008 and decorated with new furnishings, this apartment has a living room with two couches (one of which is a sofa bed most suitable for one but can fit two) and a flat-screen TV with cable. There is a dining area with a table and chairs and the kitchen is equipped with a cook-top, oven, microwave, and dishwasher. The first bedroom has a queen-size (160 cm) bed and a sofa bed (suitable for one) and the second bedroom has two single beds (90 cm). There are two bathrooms, each with a sink, toilet, and Jacuzzi tub with a handheld shower.
Please Note: All of the "Campo dei Fiori" apartments are located in the same building and can be rented together to accommodate larger groups:
This apartment is located on the Via Dei Gubbonari, about two minutes' walk away from the Piazza Campo dei Fiori in the historic center of Rome. This area lies between the Tiber and the Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. It contains some of the most important historic buildings in Rome, including the Acrea Sacra del Largo Argentina, Chancery Palace, the Palazzo Farnese, the Capella del Monte di Pieta, and the Pantheon. The apartment itself is a fifteen-minute walk from the nearest underground station, Spagna. Nearby you will also find stops for the ATAC bus lines 40, 46, 62, 64, 70, 190, 571, and 916, as well as the electric bus lines 116 and 116T, and tram line 8. You can reach Termini train station by taking bus 70 from Largo Argentina; it takes about 10 minutes. Nearby Attractions: Operating since 1869, the market of Campo dei Fiori is alive with colorful flower vendors and beautiful locally grown produce. Interestingly, the streets of this area are named after the artisans who traditionally occupied them such as Via dei Cappellari (hatters), Via dei Baullari (trunk makers) and Via dei Chiavari (key makers). For some of the best foccacia bread in the city, stop in at Forno Campo de’ Fiori for a warm slice. The Rigatoni all’Amatriciana at the famous La Carbonara Restaurant is a dish worth writing home about. Fiumicino (airport): 35.4 km/22 mi Vatican City: 3.1 km/2 mi Trevi Fountain: Within walking distance Piazza Campo de' Fiori: Within walking distance
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Dec 1 2014 - Jan 6 2015
5 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.