The apartment is on the first floor of a period building (no elevator). It is spacious and comfortable for a memorable stay in Rome. The apartment welcomes you with a single large room with two windows that overlook Via Sora. On the right you will find a small kitchen ,on the left hand side there is a staircase leading to the bedroom and bathroom(with a window). The kitchen is fully equipped with oven, oven top, dishwasher, small refrigerator and finally cutlery and crockery for 6 people; next to the kitchen there is a small room where there is also a washing machine.The living room is furnished with two sofa beds, a table with 4 chairs, TV corner, two small glass tables, two small wooden tables under the windows and a small dresser.The open loft is furnished with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), a desk with a floor lamp and two drawers. You access the bathroom from the bedroom. The bathroom has a bathtub with hand shower.
The apartment is air conditioned.
areaThe apartment is located in the central area of Piazza Navona / Campo dei Fiori. Via Sora is in Parione, the sixth district of Rome, indicated with R. VI.
The name derives from the presence in the neighbourhood of an ancient wall of enormous dimensions, perhaps belonging to the stadium of Domitian. The surviving wall was leaning against a medieval tower, remembered as the "Torre de Campo Parione": it was near the Circus Agonale, in the short stretch between St. Thomas in Parione and Piazza Pasquino. The district boasts two of the most famous squares of Rome: Piazza Navona, the scene of legendary parties in an incomparable Baroque setting , and Campo de 'Fiori that symbolizes tradesmenship, recognized in all the small streets that cross Piazza Campo dè Fiori, like Via dei Cappellari, via dei Chiavari, Via dei Baulari, of Canestrari, of Leutari and Librari, all trades .
Every morning the Rione wakes up at dawn with the famous market at Campo de 'Fiori, noisy and colorful, the most famous of the Roman markets, also mentioned in the film with Anna Magnani and Aldo Fabrizi.Piazza Navona is one of the most beautiful squares in the world, founded as a stage and then became a real square, known as one of the symbols of Rome and known as one of the most striking examples of contention between Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Francesco Borromini.Do not miss Via del Pellegrino with its shops and its inns, Piazza Pasquino with the talking statue of the same name and Via del Governo Vecchio(a curiosity consists of what is considered the smallest house in Rome , located at number 66 and formed from a single floor and a single window overlooked by a terrace)For one of the best pizzas in Rome we recommend "Il Baffetto Pizzeria".
Monuments to visit:Santa Maria in Vallicella, or New ChurchPalazzo Pamphili in Piazza NavonaFountain of the Four RiversSt. Agnes in AgonyPalace of the ChancelleryOratorio dei FilippiniPalazzo Massimo alle columnsPalazzo Massimo IstoriaOrsini Palazzo Pio RighettiSan Lorenzo in DamasoPalazzo Braschi