The views of Rome from the piazza are spectacular, one can see a forest of domes over the silhoutte of the roofs.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT IN THIS QUARTER
"VALENTINO" (Via Sistina): endowed with a patio and a large terrace with amazing views of all Rome, this elegant panoramic top floor apt. has master bedroom, sitting room, separate dining room, two bathrooms (2-3 persons).
Spanish Steps "ROME SEAGULLS": panoramic penthouse attic, with two terraces and incredible views of all Rome, two bedrooms, two sitting rooms, two bathrooms, kitchen. Remarkable equipment. Elevator.
"LEONARDO" (Via della Croce): a large three double bedrooms, sitting room, 2 bathrooms, terrace apartment hosting up to 6-7 persons. Complete equipment.
"ANITA" (Via delle Carrozze): a large upscale suite with three bedrooms, sitting-dining room, three bathrooms, large kitchen, remarkably equipped (3-6 persons).
"REGINA" (Via San Giacomo): a large upscale suite with three bedrooms, sitting room, separate dining room, three bathrooms, large roof garden, balconies (3-5 persons).
"THREE COINS" (Vicolo del Forno): a one bedroom attic, with sitting-dining room, additional private space and bed for one / two additional persons, and panoramic patio overlooking old Rome's roofs and the Trevi Fountain (2-3 persons).
The Piazza includes the French convent with obelisk (you will find the photos in the page presenting the Spanish Steps quarter). As you walk on its stairs, you can see the domes of the photo above (particularly of the Church of San Carlo al Corso and of St. Peter. From the Piazza you can walk directly to the Borghese Gardens, and on the way you will find the most elegant and panoramic Villa Medici, formerly the Rome residence of the Medici family, and now seat of the French Academy.
For ex. you find the best shoe shops in town (although in Rome there are so many). The street is also pleasant to stroll about, and is also the location of one of Rome's most famous theatres, with the same name of the street, the "Sistina". It usually performs quality musicals of Roman composer and authors about Rome's culture, both of the previous centuries (the so called "Roma sparita" or vanished Rome), and also of contemporary life.
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