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A Large Stylish Loft in an Old Glass Factory Near Quirinale
– Repubblica #435939
€150 - €185 per night - EUR 2-3 night min stay
Luxury Loft in Rome
– Repubblica #437084
$1400 - $1800/wk EUROS
De Medici House in the Center of Rome
– Repubblica #298528
€150 - €300 per night - EUR 1-2 night min stay
- A Large Stylish Loft in an Old Glass Factory Near Quirinale 2BR+/2BA – Sleeps 4-6 – Repubblica #435939
Overview of Repubblica Vacation Rentals
Discover the Eternal City From Repubblica Villas
Rome offers tourists many historical and cultural attractions. You won't feel like a tourist though, as your stay in the Repubblica villas will feel more like home. While in Rome, you should plan to visit the Colosseum, the ruins at the Roman Forum, the Vatican Museums, Raphael's tomb at the Pantheon, St. Peter's Basilica, and the Galleria Borghese. Apart from these well-known attractions, the Trastevere neighborhood is an area well worth visiting during the day. The quaint cobbled streets are generally car-free, and the restaurants offer inexpensive meals. After a day's sightseeing, you can head back to the Repubblica villas to relax.
Visit the Pantheon While Staying at the Repubblica Apartments in Rome
Staying in Repubblica apartments in Rome makes it possible for you to visit the famous Pantheon. History fans will appreciate the building over the Forum and the Colosseum because it still looks the same as it did nearly 2,000 years ago. This allows you to see what a building looked like during the Roman Empire. After your inspiring visit to the Pantheon and other interesting historical sites in Rome, you can head back to Repubblica apartments and relax before you head out to the next Roman attraction.
Browse the Campo dei Fiori Markets to Get Fresh Produce for Cooking in Your Villa
Outdoor markets are common places to purchase fresh food in Italy. Campo dei Fiori is not far from the Piazza Navona, which means "field of flowers." As well as being a tourist attraction, the Campo dei Fiori market, with origins in the 1800s, is where the locals buy their fresh produce. While you're staying in Rome vacation rentals, you can buy all you need to cook your Italian-style meals.