Navona-Pantheon Apartment in the Heart of Rome

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  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 7
  • Apartment

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 7

Type: Apt. / Condo

Navona-Pantheon Apartment in the Heart of Rome

A charming corner of Rome sheltered from the confusion, located in a pedestrian area; a tower with ivy climbing warns you that you are just a few steps away from the destination. Ideal starting point to discover Rome. Vicolo del Montonaccio is located in the heart of the Eternal City Centre between Castel Sant'Angelo and Piazza Navona and is situated within walking distance of all major tourist attractions (Campo dei Fiori, Pantheon, Vatican City, St. Peter's Basilica, the 'imposing Colosseum, Fori Imperiali. Trastevere, Via del Corso, Piazza di Spagna) all destinations are within a few minutes walk away.

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Navona-Pantheon Apartment in the Heart of Rome
Rome, Lazio, Italy

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The area is strongly connected with the public transportation and is full of life, day and night, full of shop, bars and restaurant, but the apartment is in a little way that macigally seems to disappear from the frenetic streets of Rome.
The tract of Via dei Coronari, beautiful Renaissance street is nearly 500m long and leads from Piazza Navona & connected Piazza Colonna with the River Tiber and the most important buildings, squares and Baroque churches of the city, such as the Santa Maria della Pace Church, with Rosso Fiorentino, Raffaello and Pietro da Cortona masterpieces or the Sant'Agostino Church, with works of Bernini, Caravaggio, Guercino and Raffaello.
Many hail Via dei Coronari street as one of the most beautiful in Rome. Its name derives from the various little shops that used to sell rosaries, garlands and other sacred objects to the pilgrims who came to Rome in droves, especially at the time of the Jubilee. Because the road was subsequently thronged with pilgrims, it was lined with stands and shops selling sacred souvenirs and rosary beads. At the end of Via dei Coronari. You may visit Palazzo Altemps, one of the seats of the Roman National Museum. Today, although the past signs of pilgrimage can be found in the churches and other religious locations of this area, it is mostly known for its wide array of antique shops and the offices of antique dealers. Via dei Coronari is one of the city's prime places for those looking to purchase old treasures.

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