Rome short rent, studio/apartment in the historic center – Rome short rent apartments in Rome in the Jewish Ghetto near Navona square.
This Rome short rent charming unique loft/apartment is situated in the Jewish Ghetto, in the heart of historical Rome, just beside the imposing ancient ruins Theatre of Marcello and Portico of Octavia. It is a very quiet and fully furnished self-catering holiday apartment , for up to five people, It is an open-space on two levels situated on the first floor of a 15th century building, On the first level there are the kitchen a large bathroom and a cozy living room, on the upper deck there are two bedrooms, one double and one single. It is furnished with simple, but elegant oak wood furniture and wooden ceilings. Renovation of the antique brick archways, as well as the artistic hand painted frescos give to the apartment an atmosphere of refined elegance.
It features all modern amenities: air conditioning, safe, 2 LCD televisions, telephone , ADSL in wireless for internet, fully furnished bathroom (soap, shampoo, towels…etc) with Jacuzzi and shower, hair-dryer and a small but well equipped kitchen.
The medieval “Palazzo dei Fabii”, where the property is located, was built in 1432 on top of the remains of a Roman market (the Portico of Filippo cent. II° B.C..) and it is one of the main attractions of the “Jewish ghetto” thanks to the well preserved original medieval architecture of the internal court yard.
At the beginning of the 20th century it was converted into private apartments.
At night, stepping outside the building you will have the unique sensation of being immersed in the historical past of Rome’s most typical quarter, famous for its many “trattoria”, restaurants where one enjoy excellent food in a characteristic setting (the Jewish cookery is probably the ‘real’ roman cookery) .
The position is strategic:, right on the back of the Capitoline hill, Campo de’ Fiori, Navona Square, Pantheon, with the romantic delight of the Tiber Island at an arm’s stretch from “Trastevere” and the Roman Forum. It is well connected and distance,
The main tourist and shopping areas( such as Spanish Steps and Via del Corso) can easily be reached on foot and it is well served by all types of public transportation (Bus, Tram, Taxi).
No. Even today, the city’s Jewish population is concentrated in the narrow streets of the neighborhood and maintain their traditions and customs. On weekends, especially in spring and summer, as the sun sets and the traffic roar dies down, clusters of locals meet for an early evening chat, perched on the steps or seated at the outdoor tables of one of the cafes.
The Jewish Ghetto has a low key village atmosphere and it is one of the oldest and genuine neighborhood of Rome: here lives a part of the Jewish Roman community, which is over 2000 years old. Moreover, this beautiful archeological area features many attractions such as the wonderful Roman archaeological area of Portico of Octavia, Marcello’s Theatre and the imposing Synagogue (The largest in Europe).
For travelers that are looking for a genuine Roman experience, there’s no need to look further than the enchanting Palazzo dei Fabii.
Jacuzzi / hot tub, free Wi-Fi internet access, central heating, air conditioning, 2 LCD TVs, telephone, safe deposit box, iron board, iron, hair dryer, cooker, electric oven, fridge, freezer, kettle, juicer, 2 bedrooms, 1 family bathroom, double sofa bed (1), single bed (1), king size bed (1), cots (1), dining seating for 4, wardrobes (3), 2 chests of drawers, lounge seating for 4, linen and towels provided , 2 little balconies, fully equipped kitchen and much more…… (Markets, supermarkets, laundry, banks, hospital are at only a few yards/meters)