Fantastic apartment in the historic centre of Rome

Fantastic apartment in the historic centre of Rome


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

We offer a large and beautiful apartment in the very center of Rome, 200 meters from the worldwide fashion Navona square, in an historic building of the XVII century, all renewed with the most modern comforts. We have two bedrooms, one with one double bed, one with two beds. There is one big living room (with a sofa where 2 people more can one-night sleep), with a surround cinema system, one dining room, where all the family can eat, and a very organized kitchen. It's a very nice and fascinating apartment and in a typical Italian fashion building, with wooden floor, wool carpet in the night time area, independent warm system in every room, and decorations on the top floor. We have a part time maid, and on-site concierge.

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Who we are

  1. We are Giovanni and Antonella. We are both professionals (interior designer and industrial adviser) and enjoy travelling when able to get away. We have not done a home exchange before but are keen to try what sounds a great way to see another country as a resident - and allow someone to see yours. We would expect to arrange an exchange some way in advance in order to get to know our fellow exchangers via email first to see how best we can facilitate their stay in Italy.

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Piazza Navona is an city square in Rome. The piazza follows the plan of an ancient Roman circus, the 1st century Stadium of Domitian,[1] where the Romans came to watch the agones ("games"): today's name stems from the corruption of the latter in in agone, then nagone and navona, which actually means "big ship" in Italian.

Defined as a square in the last years of 15th century, when the city market was transferred here from the Campidoglio, Piazza Navona is now the pride of Baroque Rome. It has sculptural and architectural creations: by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, the famous Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers, 1651) in the center; by Francesco Borromini and Girolamo Rainaldi, the church of Sant'Agnese in Agone; and by Pietro da Cortona, who painted the gallery in the Pamphilj palace.

The Piazza looking southThe traditional market was moved in 1869 to Campo de' Fiori, but the square has also a traditional role in housing theatrical and costume shows, horse races, buffalo jousts. Since 1652, on every August's Sunday and Saturday, the square was turned into a lake to celebrate the Pamphilj family itself: youngsters and noble cabs played running through the square while a band played music. This feast was suppressed in 1866.

Piazza Navona contains two additional fountains sculpted by Giacomo della Porta — the Fontana di Nettuno (1574), located at the northern area of Piazza Navona, and the Fontana del Moro (1576), located at the southern area of the piazza

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