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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Campo de' Fiori reviews

  • Fantastic Location

    "The apartment is a great location. Easy to walk to all major attractions. Plenty of shopping and places to eat close by. The apartment was clean and spacious and the kitchen had everything you would need. The only drawback is how tiny both showers are but everything else was great! This is my first rental through Italy Perfect (three prior rentals with Paris Perfect and one with London Perfect) and I would highly recommend them to anyone."
    Guest: Cindy D. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: December 29, 2016
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  • Beautiful, centrally located apartment

    "Agnese was very welcoming and gave us several great recommendations for local restaurants and sites to visit. Her apartment is just around the corner from the Trevi Fountain and also really close to the Pantheon. The apartment was exactly as pictured, very comfortable, safe and quiet. I'd definitely stay here again and can't recommend enough!"
    Guest: Donna S. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 15, 2016
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  • Unforgettable holiday!!!

    "Thanks for this unforgettable holiday. Apartment very close to shopping areas and to the centre. Air conditioned and very comfortable bed."
    Guest: Juliet S. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: November 29, 2016
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  • Wonderful Apartment in Lovely Neighborhood

    "When travelling, especially out of the U.S., we generally rent apartments through VRBO in order to be part of a neighborhood, at least for the short time of our visit. Kerstin’s apartment in the Monteverde neighborhood in Rome was one of the best choices we have ever made. The apartment itself was spacious (especially for a one bedroom) and included everything you need to make it a second home for a few days or for a week, as we did. The neighborhood is quiet and very lovely; the view from the landing/siting area on the roof top of the apartment is particularly stunning. Great place for a cup of coffee in the morning or a glass of wine at night, as long as the weather cooperates. As mentioned by other reviewers, Kerstin is a very gracious host who genuinely wants you to have a great experience in Rome. We arrived from Florence by train and her directions to the apartment were easy to follow. She offered to take us to a super market shortly after we arrived, which was quite helpful because those stores in walking distance were closed for a Nov. 1 holiday. For 30 Euros, she also drove us to the airport the day we departed. If you take tram and bus, it will take you much, much more time and cost about as much. Getting into the main historical area of Rome from the apartment is as easy as it can be: get on the tram which originates two blocks from the apartment and take it to the other end of the line and you’re there (we suggest purchasing a multi-day pass for which works on all trams, busses and the metro). Many of the places you will want to visit are walkable from that point, except perhaps the Vatican which you can easily get to by bus. Overall, our stay in Kerstin’s apartment made an otherwise outstanding visit to Rome much better than it might have been. As for touring Rome itself, the possible places for visiting speak for themselves. In addition to the “usual” museums and historical sites, we highly recommend: 1) the Borghese Gallery (you can get reserved tickets on line before you arrive), which is very well-organized for tourists, making your visit a special treat; 2) if you have time, take a day-tour from Rome to Pompeii. It’s a trip you will not likely ever forget."
    Guest: Douglas S. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 20, 2016
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