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Tariffa per il servizio di pulizia:
$46 / stay
About the neighborhood
The Roman Ghetto is the Jewish ghetto of Rome, established on 14th July 1555 by Pope IV. Is the oldest one in Western Europe and tourist deserve a visit. See the Synagogue and the Jewish museum, walk to Portico d'Ottavia ruins and across ghetto streets, visit Santa Maria in Capitelli Church and don't miss one of the most famous fountain in Rome, the Turtle fountain. Today the Ghetto is a vibrant quarter packed with many shops, supermarkets, gyms, cafés and restaurants, including a number of Kosher establishments. This is truly Rome’s most characteristic and exciting area, with a huge choice of monuments within walking distance. Don't miss a shop at the daily open market of Campo de’ Fiori or a dinner out in the Historic Jewish Quarter.
Rome can easily be explored from this lovely apartment. Few steps away from Campo de Fiori, still a favourite place of many artists, musicians and actors. Its magical atmosphere - which enriched by historic buildings and picturesque streets and squares in - will leave hardly anyone untouched. Reach Piazza Navona in 10 minutes, walk to the Pantheon in 20 minutes, go to the Trevi Fountain in 15 minutes, do not miss a walk to teatro Marcello, Campidoglio, Ara Coeli and Piazza Venezia in just 15 minutes, walk to the Colosseum in 20 minutes and across the Tiber, passing by Tiberina Island, you'll be in Trastevere in a while. Close to the Historic Center’s main transport hub, with express buses to Termini and tram service to Trastevere St.