Elegant Galleria apartment in historic Palazzo

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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 7
  • Apartment

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 7

Type: Apt. / Condo

Elegant Galleria apartment in historic Palazzo

The grand Galleria apartment is a spacious 3 bedroom apartment in a prestigious palazzo in the heart of Rome. It has a glorious roof terrace with stunning views overlooking the old city specifically the Collosseum and the Presidential Quirinale Palace and is perfectly located for guests to discover Rome on foot. It is ideal for larger families (or couples wanting to share) looking to explore the city and have an authentic Roman experience.

Galleria is a luxuriously designed and decorated home providing comfort and every amenity to ensure guests have a perfect sojourn in Rome. The apartment includes WiFi, washing machine, separate dryer, air ...Read more

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Elegant Galleria apartment in historic Palazzo
Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Perefectly located in heart of the city of Rome for families wishing to explore the city mostly on foot. Within walking distance of Spanish Steps, Colloseum, Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon. The "Monti" area is full of local roman artisans, galleries, excellent restuarants and cafes and a supermarket around the corner. Guests can walk everywhere. Open air tour bus one street up. Local buses and taxi rank on parallel road. Villa Borghese park easily accessible for families with children. Termini Station for trains for Florence and Naples a 14 minute walk. Airports 30 minutes from the apartment (Fiumicino and Ciampino international arrivals). I can arrange tours for different interests and needs as well as minivans if there travellers preferring to be taxied to the sites.
This is what the New York Times says about the area of Monti...
"PEOPLE sometimes wander along Via Panisperna in Rome realizing they are lost, but not fretting about it. The view is divine from there, a slice of the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore sandwiched between 19th-century apartment buildings, dilapidated palazzos, the elevated Church of San Lorenzo in Panisperna and stores like Macelleria Stecchiotti, a butcher shop selling some of the best meat in Rome. The owner, Pietro Stecchiotti, a neighborhood notable nicknamed “Pol Pot” for his occupation and ardent Communist politics, claims to have planted the vines that drape across Via Panisperna in front of his shop, framing a quintessentially Roman streetscape.

This is Monti, Rome’s first ward — or Rione I, as marble street markers installed in the 18th century say — tucked between busy Via Cavour and Via Nazionale, east of the Forum. If not as well known to tourists as districts like Campo de’ Fiori and Piazza Navona, it is arguably more Roman: a working-class neighborhood in the heart of the historic center, gentrifying around the edges. It is a place where a knife sharpener still makes monthly rounds even as young entrepreneurs are opening artsy bookstore-cafes, vintage clothing shops, organic markets and galleries.

To spend time here is enough to make a tourist dream about chucking it all and moving to Rome. It happened to me. I once stopped along Via Panisperna and never forgot it. When I decided to move to Rome in 2007, I found an apartment down the hill on Via Baccina, which runs for a few brief, beguiling blocks between the Roman Forum and the endearing little Piazza della Madonna dei Monti, the neighborhood’s gently sloping, cobblestone-paved living room, where children play soccer after school, 20-somethings smoke while talking on cellphones and grandmas sit together, comparing notes about the remarkable occupants of their baby carriages."

In case of cancellation the deposit is not refundable but we will do our upmost to assist in the rescheduling of a booking at a later date.

We request a 50% desposit on confirmation of booking and the balance 60 prior to the arrival of guests. If you are arriving on an early morning flight we would suggest that you book the apartment for the previous night to ensure easrly morning access. Payments should be made by Swift Bank transfer or PayPal.

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