Luxury historical Apartment in Navona area Rome

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Rome, Lazio Rome, Italy
Luxury historical Apartment in Navona area Rome
2 bedrooms
5 guests
3 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 5
Type: Apartment
Per night: €240 - €260
Pets allowed: No
Internet: No
Description of the Rome vacation apartment rental
This small but wonderful work of art was built around 1500 by Caccialupi, also known as "the Marchigiano" for his territory of origin. Great scholar of law, he had his first charge in Perugia, then he moved to Vatican. He gave the charge to Bramante to transform the courtyard of the homonimous palace, and Bernini was very angry for this reason.
The chapel was transformed into a house with a very high quality and very expensive work, and, after some years of neglect, it returned more beautiful than ever with the same aim: to live and enjoy the beauty of all those who love art, history and culture.
Now, it is a 110 sqmt apartment, elegantly furnished, with some modern and antique masterpieces, on 2 levels: the first level includes the entrance, opening the door you will be entered in this majestic elegant and cozy unique setting with high ceilings, at the bottom a large bookcase serves as a separator with the back alcove with single bed, a first spiral staircase leads to the upper level where there is one den with a double bed where the elegant atmosphere muffled and invites you to read or a pleasant sleep in the afternoon. Coming back to the entrance on the right side is the kitchen, while the left side is the bathroom with attention to every detail. Proceeding towards the door, right there the second winding staircase vintage cast iron, which leads to the master bedroom very intimate and sensual.

Mara Noveni

Area Information
Piazza Navona is one of the most attractive and famous squares in Rome. In the ancient times the Campus Martius (Field of Mars), was dedicated to sport competitions and events, such as the chariot racing in roman age. The square is built on the ancient roman Domitian's Stadium, which seated about 30,000 spectators, built by the Emperor Domitian in 86 AD. It has a long, oval shape. In the 15 th century the stadium was paved to create the Navona Square, but some ruins of the roman's Domitian stadium are still visible around the area. The large and lively square hosts three magnificent fountains, and the beautiful baroque church of Sant'Agnese in Agone.

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Jan 01 2015 Dec 31 2016 €240 €260 - - 3 Nights
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