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Spacious apartment located next to the Trevi Fountain and 5 minutes walking distance from the Spanish Steps and Via Veneto (metro Barberini).
Situated on the first floor with elevator, you enter the apartment in an hallway from where you have on your left hand side a laundry room with washing machine and dryer. In front of you can enter a large room that has been divided into 2 bedroom, separated with a colored wall. This room has an open character and they share one bathroom (with shower). From the hallway you have a long corridor that gives you access to the living room combined with American kitchen. The kitchen has induction burners, dishwasher and is fully equipped. The 2 windows look out on the beautiful ancient courtyard that belongs to the building. Next to the living room you will find the other bedroom with a double bed and an additional single bed. Right next to this room there is another bathroom with Jacuzzi tub and overhead shower. The air conditioning in the apartment is centralized and regulated by the building. The apartment has a lot of character and has rich wood on the floors and has original pieces of art and design to complete it. Ideal for larger families or groups. No parties allowed.
Located in the Trevi Square in the Quirinale district, Fontana di Trevi (The Trevi Fountain) is the most well know and perhaps the most alluring Roman fountain in the city. In the past, it was said that a glass of the fresh, reviving water from the Trevi Fountain would ensure good luck and a fast return to Rome. Over time, this practice was substituted with the tossing of a coin into the fountain. Tradition calls for one to toss a coin with their right hand over their left shoulder with their back to the fountain. The miniature fountain on the left side of the Trevi Fountain is known as the 'fountain of lovers'. It is said that if a couple drinks from it, they will be forever faithful to their partner.
Arguably Italy's most famous staircase, The Spanish Steps, are also a short walk from the Fontana di Trevi, they consist of a whole 138 steps. The Spanish Steps accessible from Via dei Condotti, lead up from Piazza di Spagna to Trinita dei Monti, a church of French origin. The Spanish Steps were constructed in 1725 with bequeathed funds from a French diplomat Étienne Gueffier. The steps have featured in many films including the Roman Holiday starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck and more recently the Talented Mr. Ripley starring Matt Damon and Gwyneth Paltrow.