In the heart of Trastevere, a ten minute walk from St. Peter, five minutes from Santa Maria in Trastevere and, across the Ponte Mazzini or bridge Sisto, now to Campo dei Fiori, Pantheon and Piazza Navona.
The apartment is located in a closed-end street bounded from Hanover and at the foot of the Gianicolo. This way the Romans residents is considered one of the most beautiful streets of the city for the fifth green that is the background of the road as soon as you take from Via Lungara; in fact immediately it opens a curtain as the background scenery for a play.
The block was built in 800 by Cardinal Riario, from which the street is named. Was conceived, initially, as a hospital, but later, at the beginning of the century, it was decommissioned and interior spaces divided into civil dwelling apartments that have, even now, the characteristic of being all different from each other.
Since there are only ten apartments the building is very quiet; in front there is a convent and to the sides the botanical garden and so, despite being in the center, you can enjoy much tranquility, despite the proximity to a range of delicious and attractive premises such as restaurants, pubs and shops in the neighborhood where especially the night life is very lively. In Rome like notoriously small hours and so it seems almost forget the rest with some newspaper kiosks open even at night. The apartment is furnished with antiques, since the time before the house was inhabited for many years by its owners that only after the transfer in Tuscany make available, from time to time, for guests on holiday.