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Baullari Apartment - Charme Holidays

8 Guests

4 Bedroom

4 Beds

3 Bathroom

8 Guests

4 Bedroom

4 Beds

3 Bathroom

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Baullari Apartment

Baullari Apartment

Baullari Apartment

Baullari Apartment

Baullari Apartment

Baullari Apartment

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Elevator in building and Smoking not allowed

Laundry

Laundry service Included, Bathroom & Laundry, Iron & Board and Washing machine

Cooking

Blender, Child's high chair, Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Dishwasher, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Spices and Toaster

Entertainment

Wireless Broadband Internet and TV (Cable)

Heating/Cooling

Air conditioning, Central heating and Heating available

Rooms

3 Bathroom and 4 Bedroom

Other units

1 Dining-Room, 1 Kitchen and 1 Living room

Sanitary

Bidet, Hair dryer, Essentials, Shower, Towel-set and Washbasin

Sleeping

Bed linen, 3 Double bed and 1 King bed

House Rules

Smoking not allowed

Check in: 03:00 PM

Check out: 11:00 AM

Location

Via Dei Baullari, 24 , Rome, Italy

Until 1400 the square did not exist as we know it nowadays: there was just a nice flowery meadow with some cultivated gardens and that is the reason why it is called Campo De’ Fiori (Flower Field). In the following centuries, with various urban interventions ordered by the Popes, the area was animated by various mercantile and artisan activities.

Just look at the names of the streets - via dei Pettinari, Balestrari, Giubbonari, Catinari, Baullari, just to name a few - to imagine manufacturers and sellers of bodices and crockery together with butchers, leather tanners, dyers and millers at work. Even today this intense activity survives in the open fruit and vegetable market on the Piazza, in some historic shops, mixed with art galleries, fashionable shops and Roman taverns where you can try the famous Coda Alla Vaccinara, a traditional dish born in the district.

The central position of the property guarantees short walks within 15/20 minutes on foot to admire the most important historical and archaeological sites of the city. The area is well served by public transport, typical Roman, Italian and foreign restaurants, supermarkets and outdoor markets. For the youngest, we recommend Trastevere, a wonderful neighborhood characterized by bars, pubs and clubs of all kinds that is located on the other side of the Tiber River just 10 minutes away on foot!

Until 1400 the square did not exist as we know it nowadays: there was just a nice flowery meadow with some cultivated gardens and that is the reason why it is called Campo De’ Fiori (Flower Field). In the following centuries, with various urban interventions ordered by the Popes, the area was animated by various mercantile and artisan activities.

Just look at the names of the streets - via dei Pettinari, Balestrari, Giubbonari, Catinari, Baullari, just to name a few - to imagine manufacturers and sellers of bodices and crockery together with butchers, leather tanners, dyers and millers at work. Even today this intense activity survives in the open fruit and vegetable market on the Piazza, in some historic shops, mixed with art galleries, fashionable shops and Roman taverns where you can try the famous Coda Alla Vaccinara, a traditional dish born in the district.

The central position of the property guarantees short walks within 15/20 minutes on foot to admire the most important historical and archaeological sites of the city. The area is well served by public transport, typical Roman, Italian and foreign restaurants, supermarkets and outdoor markets. For the youngest, we recommend Trastevere, a wonderful neighborhood characterized by bars, pubs and clubs of all kinds that is located on the other side of the Tiber River just 10 minutes away on foot!

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