This was our second stay at this apartment and we would certainly use it again for another visit to Rome. The location is central, right within the old city, it is (mostly) quiet and the owner is very helpful. The bedroom and small sitting area are very comfortable. If you want to self-cater, the kitchen has nearly all of what you need and there is a supermarket a few minutes away, on via delle botteghe oscure. On the way there, you can look at the cats in the old forum. You can get to the apartment by train and tram from Fiumincino. Access is via a stone spiral starcase, so I wouldn't take any large, heavy bags.
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Although four people could stay, the apartment is best suited for a couple. It is small and cozy, charming in the sense that the building is 500 years old, but the apartment has all the amenities needed for a short vacation stay. The best part is that it is in the Jewish Ghetto, with excellent restaurants across the street (San Daniele) and down one block (Ba' Ghetto) and a couple of morning espresso bars within a block. The location forms one corner of a triangle of the Campo di Fiori and the Pantheon, about equal distance to both. Campo has a daily farmers' market. Two or three blocks away, one is on Tiburtina Island and crossing it, one easily reaches the Trastevere -- a great neighborhood capturing the essence of Rome without the crowds or chaos. Visit the Villa Farnesina not far along the Tiber, a can't miss experience. One can easily walk to the Vatican from there as well. A great little apartment in the heart of the best of Rome!