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Via dei Fienili (Beds: 2 )

It is a prestigious second floor apartment (about 60 sqm), very silent and with a panoramic view on the ancient Rome.

A nice entrance leads to the living room luxuriously furnished and with a kitchenette fully equipped with gas-stove, fridge, pots, cutlery. The bedroom is furnished with a king-size bed and it is connected with the bathroom (with bath-tub and hand-shower).
The heating is indipendent. The apartment is complete with linens and is furnished with TV colour and washing-machine, no telephone.

The apartment is situated between Circo Massimo and the Jewish Quarter. On its southern side, the Palatine Hill drops suddenly down to the Circo Massimo, a long, thin, green expanse bordered by heavily trafficked roads that was the ancient city's main venue for chariot races. The arena could apparently hold a crowd of around 200.000 betting punters, and if it were still even half-intact it would no doubt match the Colosseum for grandeur. Just back the Jewish Quarter you find Piazza Bocca della Verità, past two of the city's better preserved Roman temples - the Temple of Portunus and the Temple of Hercules Victor, the latter long known as the temple of Vesta because, like all vestal temples, is circular. Both date from the end of the second century BC, and although you can't get inside, they're actually fine examples of republican-era places of worship; and the Temple of Hercules Victor is, for what it's worth, the oldest surviving marble structure in Rome. More interesting is the church of Santa Maria in Cosmedin on the far side of the square, a typically Roman medieval basilica with a huge marble altar and a colrful and ingenious Cosmati-work floor - one of the city's finest. Outside in the portico, and giving the square its name, is the Bocca della verità (Mouth of Truth), an ancient Roman drain cover in the shape of an enormous face that in medieval times would apparently swallow the hand of anyone who hadn't told the truth. It was particularly popular with husbands anxious to test the faithfulness of their wives, now it is one of the city's biggest tour bus attractions.


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Daily EUR 188.00 EUR 226.00
Weekly EUR 1053.00 EUR 1264.00

- Prices are based on 2 people staying in the apartments, enquire for more people !!!
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- High Season is : (05 Apr - 19 Apr 2004) (22 Dec - 10 Jan 2005)
- Where applicable, the price includes gas and electricity up to EUR 1.50 daily. If the amount exceeds this, (which is generally very difficult) the balance will be charged to you before vacating the apartment.
- The final cleaning fee is not included in the price and is requested of you before entering the apartment. This fee is EUR 38.50.
- Please note for arrivals before 9 am, after 7 pm, on Sundays or public holidays there is an extra charge of Eur 36.00.
- The prices are seasonal and can therefore be changed.

- The prices depend on the number of people booking the apartment. For every extra person there is a supplement of:

Daily EUR 22.80 EUR 27.30
Weekly EUR 113.90 EUR 136.50

Children up to 3 years are free.
Children from 3 to 12 years - 30% discount.

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