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Sleeps: 7 Bedroom(s): 3 Bathroom(s): 3
A spacious apartment crowned with a glorious private terrace in the heart of Rome.
Rome lovers who return year after year always look for apartments in this prized Campo de' Fiori area where they are transported to an old world city with its winding streets lined with buildings that date from the 1400s - 1800s. The Campo de' Fiori piazza itself hosts the oldest open-air market in Rome where you can shop daily for field-fresh vegetables, fruits and flowers. Piazza Navona, another justly famous Roman gathering place lies a five minute walk beyond Campo de' Fiori. This palazzo borders the area that was once the Jewish ghetto of Rome. The former ghetto remains a lively neighborhood with kosher shops, bakeries, schools and synagogues as well as some wonderful restaurants that feature the signature artichokes Jewish-style together with other delicious Roman specialties. Ancient Roman landmarks surround you, too, with the ruined temples in Largo Argentina, the Theater of Marcellus (with its summer music program), and the Capitoline Hill all within a five minute walk. See our photo tour for pictures and more descriptions of the neighborhood.
Built in the mid-1500s, this noble palace is still home to a family that traces its history through military leadership for the Bourbon kings of Naples and Sicily and whose history is interwoven with Italy's. The Palazzo opens onto a small piazza with the graceful Turtle Fountain. Look up to see fragments of frescoes from the Renaissance period on the interior walls. The small elevator is fine for getting your luggage up to your apartment, but you may find yourself enjoying trips up and down the formal staircase to soak in the regal feel of the building and maybe get a glimpse into the palatial apartments on the second floor, the "piano nobile." Walk by the apartment on the third floor that was used in the film The Talented Mr. Ripley.
A large and bright living room that is furnished with seating for all guests.
The dining room seats six. The kitchen is compact but has adequate counter space that is augmented with a rolling butcher block cart.
A circular staircase in the living room reaches the expansive rooftop terrace. As large as the entire apartment, 1400 square feet, it offers rooftop views of the Eternal City.