Gorgeous apartment with view and terrace on Campo de' Fiori, one of the most historic squares of old Rome. The entrance of the apartment opens into a large and bright living and dining area (with TV, DVD player and stereo), which includes a dining table for four and a large sofa bed that sleeps two people. Next is a spacious bedroom with a queen size bed, a large closet and a chest of drawers. The marble kitchen is fully renovated and equipped. The marble bathroom includes a bath and shower. A washing machine is available for stays longer than 4 days. The apartment includes antique wood-paneled ceilings and fans, wood-paneled floors, air-conditioning and free wifi. Finally, the apartment features one of the rare terraces on Campo de Fiori, where to lunch, dine or simply enjoy the colors and sounds of the Eternal City.
The apartment is situated in Campo de Fiori, the most historic fruit and vegetable market of the old city, overlooking the statue of Giordano Bruno, the famous philosopher, astronomer and writer, who, in 1600, was burned in the square for his views, considered as heretical by the Catholic Church. Campo de Fiori and the adjacent Piazza Farnese are not only amongst the prime sites to visit in the city. The square is also walking distance from all principal sites, including the Vatican (1.8 km), the Colosseum and the imperial forums (1.7 km), the Pantheon (800m), the Spanish steps (1.6km) and Piazza del Popolo (2km), the shopping area around Via del Corso (1.3 km) and Piazza Navona (300m). The Campo de' Fiori neighborhood is also rich of bars and restaurants (amongst which we would recommend the Pizzerie Balestrari and Baffetto, the traditional Roman restaurant "Er Galletto", the delicatessen Roscioli and the upscale restaurants Camponeschi and San Lorenzo). Finally, the apartment is a 5 minutes walk across the Tiber river to the lively neighborhood Trastevere.
Hi, my husband Enrique and I lived in this apartment for six years. We now have a two months old child, Diego, and decided we had to move to a bigger place. We loved this apartment so much that we refused to sell it and decided to rent it out instead. We have fully rennovated it and have recently moved to a nearby apartment. We'd be happy to rent it to guests travelling for short and longer stays in Rome and would be happy to provide tips and information about Rome, the region of Lazio as well as the Campo de Fiori neighborhood.