This apartment could not be better located, looking out over the Colosseum and Foro Romano in the heart of the old Roman city centre. The Colosseum, opened in 80 AD, is perhaps the most iconic sight of Rome. The Foro Romano is equally impressive, considered the oldest part of the city and home to several important Government buildings dating from the height of the Roman Empire.
This charming apartment is bright and spacious with over 180m2 of internal living space in addition to a stunning 150m2 terrace overlooking the Colosseum. The apartment was fully renovated in 2009 incorporating modern features into an otherwise traditional space. Throughout the apartment you will find antiques, tapestries, wooden floors and other unique touches intertwined with contemporary furnishings and fixtures. The spacious living room features three sofas, one of which converts into a double bed, a stunning ceiling fresco dating from the 18th century and a television. The dining room is elegantly furnished with an antique dining table that seats ten.
The apartment features three bedrooms, the master bedroom contains a double bed as well as a single sofa-bed, the second bedroom also contains a double bed, while the third bedroom is furnished with two single beds.The Colosseum, opened in 80 AD, is perhaps the most iconic of sight of Rome. For close to 2000 years the Amphitheatre has captured the hearts and minds of locals and tourists alike and is often considered one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and engineering. The Foro Romano is equally impressive, considered the oldest part of the city and home to several important Government buildings dating from the height of the Roman Empire. Spending a few hours walking around the Forum gives you an idea of the just how impressive the city would have been 2000 years ago. Within walking distance of the apartment are other major Rome attractions including the stunning Trevi Fountain, one of the largest fountains in Rome. This stunning fountain stands 26 metres high and 20 metres wide and it is said that visitors should throw a coin into the fountain to ensure a return to Rome in the future. Just a few hundred metres from the Trevi fountain are the Spanish Steps, the widest steps in Europe and something that must be visited on any trip to the city. From the bottom of the steps make your way to Piazza del Popolo, Northern Rome’s biggest piazza complete with an obelisk, lion sculptures, churches and a beautiful garden located just above. The Pantheon is also just 10 minutes away on foot. The apartment is well served by the Metro for those sights just beyond walking distance.
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