Studio apartment with mezzanine, located on the ground floor, within walking distance of Piazza di Spagna and Piazza Barberini, in the elegant Rome’s Tridente.
The apartment is composed of a big open-plan day area with a window overlooking the pedestrian Via Gregoriana. The sitting room offers a comfortable sofa, a TV set, a round table with 3 chairs and a lovely fireplace. From the living area you enter the small kitchenette, fitted with fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, electric hobs and tableware for 6 people.
A wooden staircase leads to the mezzanine: the night area is furnished with a double bed (140cm x 190cm) and an antique closet.
The bathroom comes complete with tub and hand-shower.
Extra facilities: - Electric heating (AC)- For stays of more than 30 days: a cleaning service every 15 days (with change of lines) is included into the rental price
Area The apartment is located in the very heart of Rome historic centre: this is the perfect starting point to reach Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps), the Trevi Fountain, Montecitorio (the Italian Parliament) and the Ara Pacis.
The elegant Via Gregoriana, situated in the Campo Marzio district, leads from Via Capo le Case to Piazza Trinità dei Monti. The street was built for the Jubilee in 1575 under Pope Gregorio XIII, in order to connect the church of Trinità dei Monti to the Renaissance city centre below, thus replacing the staircase by Domenico Fontana and making the access to the Pincio easier.
The neighborhood has always been popular among Italian and foreign artists: for example, here is the Palazzo Zuccari, also called the ‘House of Monsters' (Casa dei Mostri). Renovated in the early 2000s, it now houses the ‘Hertziana Library’. The palace was inhabited by Pietro Bracci, author of the tomb of Queen Maria Casimira of Poland located in St. Peter, Angelica Kauffman, Winckelmann and Friedrich Overbeck. Several plaques on the façades of the buildings also remind the famous people who lived in this street.
Within walking distance is the stunning Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps), Trinità dei Monti and the museum entitled to the English poets Keats and Shelley. All around there are Rome’s main shopping streets -Via Frattina, Via del Corso, Via dei Condotti- that attract tourists from all around the world thanks to their elegant structure, the refined boutiques of the main fashion brands, the jewelleries and the precious restaurants.
Public transports At about 400 meters you find subway stop Spagna (line A); at approx. 550 meters there is subway stop Barberini (line A). Close to the apartment you also find bus line n° 116 (Terminal Gianicolo) and 117 (Corso-Popolo).
Parking The apartment is located in a quiet pedestrian street, comprised into the Limited Traffic Area (ZTL) of Rome’s city centre.
In the area you find both paid parking (within blue lines) and free parking (within white lines).