Do you want to spend the best holiday of your life in one of the most beautiful cities on the planet? If you are planning your next trip to Rome, to enjoy the spectacular beauties that are hidden inside the capital of our nation, the first thing you will have to do is find the perfect place for your stay. The best solution for you, who want to spend a holiday that is both pleasant and exciting, surely is to stay in one of the most luxurious and charming apartments that are located in the historic area:
The prestigious holiday home Suite Sarandrea, located right in the Borgo district.
We are the best solution for you because this apartment can offer you all the comfort you need. It is an elegant apartment, which at the same time enjoys great functionality: it is located just a few meters from the major historical and cultural attractions.
Leaving the apartment you can go on foot without any effort to Piazza San Pietro as Castel Sant'Angelo, Piazza Navona or even just a few more steps to Piazza di Spagna, one of the most enchanting and popular places of Roman and Italian culture and tradition. Spanish Steps has a double benefit. First of all, that of being right behind Villa Borghese, a vast park impossible to visit all in one afternoon and that preserves beautiful places, where visitors will have nothing but to remain fascinating (it is typical to find various groups of people stopping for picnics). In addition, in the Spanish Steps you will find the nearest metro stop that you can take to go wherever you want.
The things you can do near Piazza Spagna are really many, it is essential to climb all the steps of the majestic and famous staircase and enjoy the charm of the bustling square that every year hosts millions of tourists.
At the top of this beautiful staircase there is a fascinating church to visit, that is that of Trinità dei Monti, along with its twin bell towers. This church has a Gothic style and inside there are the particular frescoes of the internal chapels, which were made by Daniele di Volterra.
Finally we point out next to the Keats-Shelley House staircase, home of the English poet John Keats, who died at only 25 years old, buried in the non-catholic cemetery of Rome, near the pyramid of Caius Cestius (metro stop Pyramid). Inside you can find paintings, sculptures and works related to English romanticism.