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Nice apartment on the corner of the famous Trevi Fountain Square. The apartment sleeps four people, is composed of a double bedroom, 1 bathroom with shower and washing machine, a living room with sofa bed, where you can relax watching TV, and in the evening you can convert to a comfortable double bed. In a corner of the living room there is a nice fully equipped kitchenette. In every room there is air conditioning and free wifi and tv. It 's the perfect vacation spot for families and couples.
The apartment is located in the heart of Rome a few steps from all the main historical attractions monumental (Coliseum five minute walk from the Spanish Steps, a five minute walk, etc.).
The Metro station Barberini or Spagna stop, walk and all the main station autobus.LA LOCATION - Ditrict TREVI FOUNTAIN
This quarter, during the Roman Republic fell within the third region, when the Roman Empire was divided between the sixth (called High-Semitic) and seventh (called Via Lata). In ancient Rome, the Trevi district there were large groups of private houses that stood some monumental buildings. Since Roman times, the area was divided into two main parts: the low, flat and close to the river, and the high hills and then raised. The first was the center of activity in the city, while the second was essentially a wealthy residential area.
After the fall of the hills we went depopulated as the population tends to concentrate in the downstream area. The urbanization has followed the population: the buildings were numerous near the Tiber, while virtually nothing is not built on the hills up to the glories of the Renaissance.
In 1600, the urbanization, the construction of roads, churches and fountains had made sure that the whole neighborhood Trevi was densely populated, and its appearance has remained largely unchanged until the end of the nineteenth century. The Quirinale, partially isolated from the densely populated area near the Tiber, tended to turn into a power center that is home to numerous representative buildings of papal power.
During the Napoleonic period, in 1811, it was decided that the Quirinale were to become a true center of imperial power. This project has not been realized due to the fall of Napoleon, but the idea remained and was revived in part in the planning of capital Rome after 1870. In fact, many ministries are still in the district of Trevi.
This has completely changed the face of the hilly part of the neighborhood, who was then a densely populated area, not full of trails, churches and palaces.
The most famous monument of the district is the Trevi Fountain.

A round Nearby
TREVI FOUNTAIN 1 minute walk - PIAZZA VENEZIA 5 minutes walk - SPANISH STEPS 10-minute walk - COLISEUM 20 minutes walk