Pg.Rhome PZA DI SPAGNA ROMA 5STARS, modern and luxury

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6
  • Apartment

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 6

Type: Apt. / Condo

Pg.Rhome PZA DI SPAGNA ROMA 5STARS, modern and luxury

Apartment: 90 sqmt - 2nd floor - No lift - Sunny - Quiet - Small balcony overlooking internal courtyard

Modern and elegant apartment located just around the corner of the Spanish Steps.

Refurbished in a modern and stylish way, this property offers all modern amenities and the warmth of a real home with beautiful wooden floors and spacious bathrooms.



LIVING-ROOM: 1 double sofa-bed, 1 dining table with chairs, 1 bookshelf, Tv-set, 2 windows overlooking the street below, A/C.

KITCHEN: gas stove, sink, refrigerator, microwave oven, dish washer, washing machine, 1 French-window with balcony overlooking internal courtyard.

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Pierluigi V.

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Pg.Rhome PZA DI SPAGNA ROMA 5STARS, modern and luxury
Rome, Lazio, Italy

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The area around the Spanish Steps is one of the most busy sections of Rome. In addition to the main attraction - the famous steps extending from Piazza di Spagna to Trinita dei Monti - this area offers designer shops, restaurants and bars.

The square Piazza di Spagna at the base of the steps was originally named after the Spanish Embassy located in the square. The concept for the Spanish Steps originated in the 17th century by the owners of the French church Trinita dei Monti who wanted to connect the church with the square below.

The square at the bottom of the Spanish Steps contains a beautiful fountain in the shape of a small boat, called the Barcaccia. Visitors and locals alike gather around the fountain and you may even have to climb the stairs to view the fountain.

Its name comes from the presence of the “Spanish Embassy by The Holy Church”. The square includes also the famous Spanish Steps. The sumptuous flight of steps (135) was built between 1721 and 1725 for the Jubileum by Pope Benedetto XIII. It was meant to be a connection between the spectacular church of Trinità dei Monti with the embassy.

By that time the Pincio (the church’s hill) was isolated from the rest of the city, that was because of its steepness. Well the Pope’s solution was a perfect and “monumental” baroque solution to the problem. It took 17 years instead to built the church (finished in 1519) and even more to dedicate it from Pope Sisto V in 1585.

In the lower part of the square, just below the steps, there’s a fountain called La Barcaccia (the longboat) started by master Pietro Bernini who died before finishing it, but the job was ended by a young boy who will be soon one of the most important Rome’s artist: his son Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

To make a better and impressive entry in the Square I suggest you to come from Via dei Condotti.
One of the things that made the area famous, is shopping. In the nearby streets, such as Via Condotti, Via del Babuino, Via del Corso, there are the most famous (and expensive!) top brands’ boutiques.

For race sports lovers: on Via Tomacelli there’s a Ferrari Store with a real Formula1 inside the shop!
On the Pincio’s hill there’s the homonymous park which is right next to Villa Borghese.

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