AREA: Campo de Fiori
ADDRESS: Campo dei Fiori
GUESTS: max 6
2 double bedrooms
1 double sofa bed in living room
1 bathroom with bathtub
1 bathroom with shower
KITCHEN: Fully equipped
Price includes: Linen, towels, utilities and cleanings
95 square meters of space overlooking one of Rome’s most famously bustling piazzas is a dream come true, and this Campo apartment eagerly awaits You! Step into the present from the past every time you enter and enjoy a breath of the modern. On the 3rd floor of a nicely maintained building with a lift, this brightly contemporary accommodation is ideal for larger groups and families. Offering 2 double bedrooms and a double sofa bed in the living room as well as 1 bathroom with a shower and one with a tub, self-catering Campo caters to a variety of needs and tastes. Internet and a/c keep guests cool and connected while a lovely full kitchen/dining room offers an opportunity to experiment with the exceptional local produce available downstairs at the centuries-old morning farmer’s market. With a nod to the general artsy atmosphere of the area and a hint of fun, funky flavor, the décor is simplistically soothing yet warm and playful while authenticity is echoed in the traditional wood beam ceiling, and of course the view. The view couldn’t be more magnificent, overlooking Campo de’ Fiori itself and its statue of Giordano Bruno defiantly facing the Vatican; a monument to free speech as much as the man executed on this very spot. Downstairs the atmosphere buzzes with life as Rome’s market, dining, and drinking culture envelope you as much as the cobbled streets lead you down paths of discovery. Nestled between the picturesque vistas offered along the Tiber river and Piazza Navona practically across the road, there’s no shortage of stunning scenery as every edifice and fountain command attention. For a real taste of traditional Roman cuisine, trot or hop the tram across the bridge to Trastevere and sink your teeth into the treats the locals eat. This is a chance to embrace Rome’s bohemian side and decadent nightlife, or take a short hike up Janiculum hill for one of the city’s unparalleled panoramic views from an oasis of relative serenity. The Pantheon, old Jewish ghetto, and the ruins where Julius Caesar was supposedly killed are all close by, and the Trevi Fountain and St. Peter’s Basilica are both quite walkable being just about within 1.5 km of the apartment. Many buses, including those connecting you to Termini station and the Colosseum are right outside. The Colosseum to is a leisurely 2.3 km walk and one of the loveliest in the city, as well as one that truly spans Rome’s history with an architectural mix of ancient, classic, and everything in between. The location of this accommodation as well as the independence it offers truly let guests discover the Eternal City their own way, at their own pace, allowing one to partake in and absorb the irresistible energy as opposed to being spectators.
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