: Fiumicino Airport
: Termini Central Station
: Cappellari Bar
: Golf Acqua Santa
: Pagliaccio Restaurant
Cappellari studio is on via dei cappellari, and is a comfortable flat in the heart of the historical district of regola.
Rome can easily be explored from this lovely apartment, which is situated in an 17th century building.
Campo de fiori is still a favorite place of many artists, musicians and actors. Its magical atmosphere - which enriched by historic buildings and picturesque streets and squares in - will leave hardly anyone untouched.
Rione regola is mainly a renaissance quarter with very few signs of ancient Rome. However the long street which crosses the whole rione from NW to see follows an ancient roman street and the straight street leading to ponte sisto does the same. It became a very densely populated area during the middle ages due to its proximity to the river which at the time was the only source of water. Most of the streets are still named after the artisans who had their workshops there. Regola was a sort of industrial district of rome: via dei cappellari (hatters), chiodaroli (nail-makers), pettinari (comb-makers), baullari (case-makers), giubbonari (dress-makers), vaccinari (fur-makers), calderari (coppersmiths), indicate just some of the activities which were performed in regola.
The rebuilding by pope sixtus iv in 1475 of pons aurelius, called after him ponte sisto and a few years later the opening by pope julius ii, nephew of sixtus iv, of a straight street linking ponte sisto with ponte s. Angelo, changed in part the nature of regola. Via giulia, named after the pope, became the most important street of renaissance Rome and pope paulus iii farnese built across the street his palace and his garden. Regola did not have large churches, the majority of them being churches belonging to a guild.