This sunny studio is located on the fourth floor of an historic building, and consists of one room divided by a bookshelf to create a sleeping and living area, kitchen and bathroom.
Entering the house you have direct access to the kitchen and a closet that can function as a clothes hanger or can also be used for storing suitcases. The kitchen is equipped with a small refrigerator, oven, electric cooker, washing machine, microwave, electric kettle, cutlery and crockery for six people.Through an archway you enter the lounge and bedroom, divided by a bookshelf creating a day and night area; on one side there is a sofa, a glass table with three chairs and coffee tables, on the other side there is a double bed (160cm x 190cm), an armchair and television. A small hallway furnished with a large wardrobe leads to the bathroom, which is equipped with a bathtub with a hand shower.
The apartment has a portable air conditioning system.
Extra facilitiesFor stays longer than 30 days, the price also includes: one cleaning service; change of bed linen and towels every 15 days.
Parking:The apartment is located in the Zona ZTL(Limited Traffic zone).The day ZTL is closed to cars during the following timetable- 6:30 to 18:00, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays)-14.00-18.00, On Saturday (excluding holidays)
The night ZTL is closed to cars during the following times:- 23:00 to 3:00, Friday and Saturday (including public Holidays).- In August, the night ZTL is suspended.
Public TransportMetro A Piazza di Spagna - 1,2 km (15 minute walk)Metro A Piazza Barberini - 1,1 km (13 minute walk)Largo Argentina - 550 m (7 minute walk or by public transport)Via del Corso - 550 m (7 minute walk or by public transport)Vatican - 2 km (20 minute walk)
AreaPiazza Capranica is located in the Colonna Neighbourhood and borders with the Sallustiano, Parione, Bridge, Campo Marzio, Saint Eustace, Trevi, Pigna and Ludovisi neighbourhoods. Positioned in the centre of Historical Rome, between the ancient Roman ruins, it maintaines however its refined elegance and exclusivity. The square takes its name from the Building built in 1450 by Cardinal Domenico Capranica to host the College for the education of the clergy, the first seminary ever opened in Rome and is the only example of Roman novel architectural style.The monuments and places of interest in this neighbourhood are several: Basilica of San Lorenzo in Lucina, Santa Maria in Aquiro, St. Mary Magdalen, St. Joseph at Capo le Case. Palazzo Chigi (since 1961, is the seat of the Italian government and residence of the President of the Council of Ministers), Palazzo Montecitorio (seat of the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Republic), the Gallery Alberto Sordi (formerly Galleria Colonna) opened in 1922 and refurbished in 2003 taking the name of Alberto Sordi. Behind Piazza Capranica there is Piazza della Rotonda, which is home to the Pantheon, built as a temple to all the gods past, present and future, founded in 27 BC by Agrippa, son of Augustus.A few steps from the square there are some of the most elegant streets of Rome, home to the Maison of the biggest fashion venues. Also nearby you can find Via del Corso, the main shopping street, with its luxury brand shops as well as also stores of the most famous low-cost chains.