Furnished with attention to every detail, l`appartamento is very spacious and has un`ampia living area and a comfortable sleeping area, all developed offering maximum comfort for its guests.
All`appartamento is accessed via the staircase of the building. The living room is furnished with a sofa bed and is characterized by a beautiful Florentine terracotta floor and a dining area with table and chairs for 6 people
The living area includes the kitchen with modern wall units, fully equipped and lockable with special counters.
Through the kitchen you get to the master bedroom. Through the living room there is also access to a single room, and the bathroom. The single room is equipped with a large wardrobe. The master bedroom has a large closet.
On request you can add an extra bed.
This room has a beautiful window on Via dei Balestrari.
L`appartamento is located in the historic district and pedestrian area of Campo de 'Fiori, Piazza Farnese, Piazza Navona. The area is well served by all kinds of shops and is well connected by buses. In a few minutes, walk through the pedestrian area you can reach the most beautiful and romantic, S. Maria in Trastevere, Piazza Trilussa, Piazza Mastai, Janiculum Hill, the Museum of Rome, and crossing the river, the Tiber Island, the Ghetto, Campo de Fiori, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, etc. Around the building there are restaurants, Bars, bars, shops, museums, places of art, post offices, government offices, etc..
The apartment is located a short walk from Campo de Fiori, up to four hundred square did not exist as such, and in its place there was a flowery meadow with some cultivated gardens, hence the name. According to legend, the square would rather his name to Flora (woman loved by Pompey, who had built near his theater). In 1456, Pope Callistus III had paved the area, as part of a broader project of reorganization of the entire Parione district. This renewal meant that many important buildings were built in the area: in particular, Orsini palace, which gave right on Campo de 'Fiori. For this reason the square became a place of passage for important personalities such as ambassadors and cardinals. This brought a degree of prosperity in the area: Campo de 'Fiori became the seat of a flourishing market of the horses which was held twice a week (Mondays and Saturdays), and around the square were built many hotels, inns and shops of artisans. The square became the center of various activities both commercial and cultural. Campo de 'Fiori were held executions and punishments with stretches of rope. Thursday, February 17, 1600 he was burned alive the philosopher and Dominican friar Giordano Bruno, accused of heresy. In memory of the philosopher, in 1888 it was built on the very site of the fire a bronze monument, a work by the sculptor Ettore Ferrari. Since 1869, the square is home to a lively and colorful market whose popular atmosphere is well made by the famous film Campo de 'Fiori, 1943, with Anna Magnani and Aldo Fabrizi.
L`appartamento comes with Florentine terracotta floors and air conditioning. The bathroom has a shower.