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Recent Navona property reviews


    "GREAT, GREAT, GREAT PLACE TO STAY. I cannot say a bad thing about this place. We loved everything about it. Clean, excellent location and above all FRIENDLY and VERY ATTENTIVE STAFF. We used their car service from the airport and HIGHLY recommend it to everyone for a couple reasons.. you don't have to wait or find a taxi, they were waiting for us when we arrived and on the way back to the airport I made the horrible mistake of leaving my purse in the van. It was immediately found and secured and mailed back to me at no cost within just a couple of days... AMAZING! I cant thank them enough and if and when I return to Rome I will only stay with them! Thank you Thank you thank you for the wonderful place to rest our heads and very tired feet!"
    Guest: Holland Date of Stay: December 2012 Review Submitted: February 9, 2013
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  • Fabulous Apartment and Location!

    "This centrally located apartment with an elevator was ideal for our trip with my husbands parents in their 70s as well as our sons under 10. The apartment is beautiful, the pictures here do not do it justice! The owner keeps the apartment in impeccable condition, and the flowers on the terraces during our stay in October were beautiful. From the upper and lower terraces you have a fabulous view of the ruins where Julius Cesar was killed, and multiple domes and architectural wonders. Very short and easy walk to the Pantheon and Campo de Fiori. A supermarket around the corner, and a taxi stand on the street outside - never had to look for a taxi. We loved having multiple comfortable couches to relax on after long days of touring. The owner was a pleasure to meet. We will plan our future trips to Rome around the availability of this apartment!"
    Guest: Birthday-Anniversary Celebration Date of Stay: October 2013 Review Submitted: October 17, 2013
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  • Lovely apartment!

    "The apartment was spacious and charming - the photos depict it well. The location is ideal for sightseeing - we walked everywhere: The Vatican, Colosseum, Borghese Gardens, and everything in between. The nearby market at Campo de Fiori was wonderful to explore. Our greeter was very friendly, helpful, and welcoming; the owner was quick to answer questions and help as needed. I certainly recommend this apartment and would stay here again if we return to Rome."
    Guest: Lisa C Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014
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  • Best Location in Rome!

    "This large (by Rome standards) apartment has tall ceilings and plenty of light from windows in every room. The kitchen and furnishings are comfrotable. Be aware that you have to provide your own handsoap, toilet paper, laundry detergent, etc. Luckily, there is a grocery store down the block where you can buy everything you need. The location, across from Chiesa Nuova, is the best in Rome--midway between Piazza Navona and Campo de Fiori. Everything in Centro Storico is within walking distance. If not walking, there is a taxi stand and bus stop at the end of Via Cartari. Carla was very helpful in getting us directions to places beyond our walking area. Don't bother to bring guide books, the apartment has plenty (even if they are a bit out-dated). Romans' favorite pizzaria, da Baffetto, is 5 blocks away on Governo Vecchio--amid many other dining choices and boutiques. My husband walked half a block to L'Artigiano E Emanuele (has a NUOVA GESTIONE sign above the door) on Corso Vittoria Emanuele for double cappuccino and cornetto takeaway for breakfast everyday. They also sell gelato, pastries and sandwiches and are very friendly. We've stayed in hotels in our prior visits to Rome, but we will try to stay here again when we return. It was a great place to come home to after long days of walking. And you get used to walking up to the third floor. Only problem: someone rang our downstairs bell every morning between 8 and 8:30. Also, while you don't hear street noise, you do hear other residents speaking in the light wells (and dogs and babies)."
    Guest: Morrison T. Date of Stay: May 2012 Review Submitted: June 16, 2012
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Navona Travel Tips

Enjoying the Pleasures of Rome, Italy From Your Navona Vacation Rentals

Rome is one of those places that you must savor. Navona vacation rentals offer the ideal opportunity to enjoy all that Rome, Italy has to offer. When you find the perfect lodgings in Rome, you can truly enjoy the charm of the city. This area is always lively and finding entertainment is easy.

Where and What to Eat in Rome

One of the things some holidaymakers look forward to on vacation is sampling the area's cuisine. There are many opportunities to try the best of Roman cuisine from Navona vacation rentals. There are many restaurants in and around the Piazza Navona. Two popular ones are Trattoria da Francesco, known for great food and reasonable prices, and Margutta Ristorante, the restaurant of choice for vegetarians. Their cheese ravioli has a reputation of being the best. Persons who like cooking for themselves can try preparing their own dishes unique to Rome from the comfort of their rented Navona accommodation. While Italian cuisine is well known worldwide, each area of Italy has its own specialties with Rome being no different. Some favorites are pasta amatriciana, bruschetta (toasted bread coated with garlic) and Carciofi alla giudea (battered, fried artichokes).

Attractions in Rome

When in Rome, Italy, there are so many attractions it's hard to decide what to see and where to go. Some popular attractions within easy reach of most Navona vacation rentals include Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers) constructed in the 17th century; Church of Sant'Agnese in Agone; and Museo di Roma (Museum of Rome). When it comes to Rome apartments, tourists will find that Navona vacation rentals offer so much more than hotels. Their individuality cannot be replicated in a hotel. Many Navona accommodations are architectural wonders of the area.

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