Via dei Coronari - Campo dei Fiori-Piazza Navona - Rome

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Modern studio on two levels located in the beautiful Via dei Coronari, one of Rome's pedestrian streets, with its small craft shops, some antique shops, vintage shops, boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops. Perfect for a short term rental, it is also ideal to reach Castel Sant'Angelo, Piazza Navona and Piazza San Pietro within a few minutes on foot.

This 28sqm apartment is located on the ground floor in the inner courtyard of an historic building and consists of a living room with a kitchenette on the ground floor and a bedroom with en suite bathroom on the second floor.

Entering the house there are some stairs that take you to the ground floor where there is a living room with a kitchenette. The living room is furnished with a sofa bed, a table with two chairs and a TV corner.
The kitchenette is equipped with a refrigerator, oven, stove, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer, cutlery and crockery for six people. The upstairs is furnished with a double bed (140cm x 190cm), a bedside table, a desk, shoe rack and a modular wardrobe. There is also a small TV in the bedroom.
The bathroom is also located upstairs and is equipped with a toilet, bidet and shower cabin.

The apartment is equipped with an air conditioning system with cold and hot air.
The heating system is only electric.

Via dei Coronari is a pedestrian street only. In the vicinity of the apartment you can park for free in the presence of white stripes, or against payment in case of blue strips only when the ZTL(limited area to traffic) timetable permits the entrance to the area of the municipality of Rome, from 6pm to 11pm from Monday to Friday, 6.30am to 2pm on Saturdays and Sundays all day unless changes for extraordinary reasons have been applied.

Public transport
- Piazza San Pietro: 14 minutes on foot
- Colosseum: 33 minutes on foot through Via dei Fori Imperiali
- Piazza Venezia: 18 minutes on foot through Corso Vittorio Emanuele II
- Termini Station: bus n. 64/40 (Corso Vittorio Emanuele II), 21 minutes.

Via dei Coronari originated in the Middle Ages, when they wanted to connect directly the area of the stadium of Domitian (Piazza Navona) with the bank of the Tiber in front of Castel Sant'Angelo, in order to shorten the path for the numerous pilgrims heading to the Vatican. Via dei Coronari owes its name to the sellers of sacred objects because this was the route the pilgrims took to reach St. Peter's; the road was opened by Pope Sixtus IV and constituted the first road of the medieval city: 500 meters long, in the first part of this road lived the skin tanners and the other stretch was named "Immagine di Ponte". Important Renaissance palaces and also baroque with balconies, kiosks and doors. The street was full of showcases of antique dealers with furniture of every age, but today there are craft shops, some antique shops, vintage shops, boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops.

Booking conditions

  • Inclusions Final cleaning
    Initial cleaning
    Utilities (electricity, water, gas)
  • Available methods of payment: PayPal
    Wire transfer
    Credit Card
  • Check-in time: 15:00 - 19:00
  • Check-out time: 09:00 - 11:00
  • Cancellation Policy The full down-payment will be retained.


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