The property is located in the heart of Rome at less than 100 meters from the beautiful Piazza della Minerva, with its elephant and obelisk built by Bernini, and at only 250 meters from the Pantheon, one of Rome’s most renowned touristic attractions. Piazza Navona, Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Venezia and Piazza Farnese are all at only a few minutes’ walk.
The apartment is at walking distance from the best restaurants, bars and ice-cream shops in Rome. The location is also great for those interested in shopping, with the world-famous via del Corso and via dei Condotti at a distance of only 500 meters and 1km, respectively.
The property has air conditioning in the living and dining rooms, as well as in all bedrooms. Two of the bedrooms have double beds with en-suite bathrooms, with a bathtub and shower. One of these bedrooms is larger and has a comfortable desk. The third bedroom is the smallest and has a single bed, with an adjacent bathroom with shower. All of the rooms in the apartment, despite its very central location, are very quiet.
The entire apartment is located on the third floor of the building, accessible by an elevator. The property can count on free-wifi and cable TV, offering a wide choice of channels.
On the balcony, which provides a beautiful view of the ceilings of Rome, a small table with chairs offers the possibility of eating breakfast, or having a drink at sunset, surrounded by the city’s history.
The kitchen is fully equipped and includes a microwave, kettle and moka pot. The apartment is equipped with linen and towels and is family friendly, with a foldable crib for children under two years old, and a high chair. The Coop supermarket at 41 Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, is located at only 300 meters form the property.
The property is located in a 17th century building, designed by the famous architect Giovanni Antonio De Rossi, who among his many projects, was responsible for the construction of the Church of Santa Maria in Campitelli and the Church of Santa Maria in Campo Marzio. The building which was originally built for an Italian noble family, was owned through its long history by several renowned Italian figures, including Giuseppe Garibaldi, one of the leaders of the Italian Risorgimento, also known as the “Eroe dei due mondi”, the “Hero of the two worlds”, for his military achievements in Europe and South America.