Trendy and modern two bedroom, two bathroom apartment home located in the heart of Campo dé Fiori! This apartment has been well-appointed to ensure an enjoyable holiday while in Rome. Complete with air conditioning in the living room and both bedrooms, and WiFi as well as some of the original Roman characteristics like the arched, brick ceiling.
Cozy, familial bed and breakfast in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Rome – Via Veneto. The Morelli Bed and Breakfast offers two suite style bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms. The double suite is complete with all of the essentials for a quick getaway to Rome including an en-suite contential breakfast.
Cozy and stylish studio apartment complete with all of the essentials for a quick getaway to Rome. Located in the absolute center of it all just a few steps from the Campo dé Fiori Square! Tucked away in a cobblestone lined street in a historical and characteristical building capturing the pure and local essence of the Eternal City.
Charming and delightful flat located in the heart of Trastevere. Nestled in a cobblestone street, this recently renovated apartment has old world character with new world conveniences including wood beam ceilings, exposed original stone and art work, WiFi Internet, A/C and more!
Marvelous two bedroom, two bathroom apartment located on the fifth floor with elevator access has been elegantly decorated and meticulously maintained. Recently renovated, the apartment features double pane windows, hardwood floors, and air-conditioning. Not to mention, the apartment is just minutes from the Vatican Museum and public transportation!
Cozy, familial bed and breakfast in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Rome – Via Veneto. The Morelli Bed and Breakfast offers two suite style bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms. The single suite is complete with all of the essentials for a quick getaway to Rome including an en-suite contential breakfast.
Steps from the stunning Trevi Fountain! Chic, modern loft in a rare, charming XVII Century building with an ancient wash basin in the lobby! Tucked away and well insulated from the busy area, this first floor walk-up loft offers a modern, open space living room with a comfortable sofa bed and a fully equipped kitchen.
Sleek and stylish one bedroom, one bathroom apartment home located in the heart of Campo dé Fiori! This apartment was completely refinished in 2016 from floor to ceiling sparing no expense for an absolutely comfortable stay.
Fabulous two bedroom, one bathroom apartment with balcony and gorgeous skyline views of the Vatican! Completely remodeled home located on the 7th floor with elevator. Nicely appointed and upgraded amenities.
Well-appointed one bedroom apartment located in the heart of Trastevere! Stay in the center of one of the most lively neighborhoods of Rome within walking distance to the major attractions. The first floor walk-up apartment features an open floor plan with a fully functional kitchen, living room with local television, night zone with large armoire for storage, and an updated bathroom with shower. The apartment also offers Wi-Fi and Air-Conditioning.
The Roman Jewish Ghetto was established as a result of Papal bull Cum nimis absurdum, promulgated by Pope Paul IV on 14 July 1555. The bulletin required the Jews of Rome, which had existed as a community since before Christian times and which numbered about 2,000 at the time, to live in the ghetto. The ghetto was a walled neighborhood with its gates locked at night.
The bulletin also revoked all the rights of the Jewish community and imposed on Jews a variety of new restrictions such as prohibition on property ownership. In addition, Roman Jews were allowed to work only at unskilled jobs.
When Pius IX became pope in 1848, he opened up the Ghetto gates with a promise of more tolerance and integration. However, after returning from exile in 1850, following the crushing of the Roman Republic, which made strong anti-Church measures, the Pope issued a series of anti-liberal measures, including re-instituting the ghetto.
By the time of the Italian Unification in 1870, the requirement that Jews live in the Ghetto came to an end. The Ghetto was almost completely demolished. On the resulting land the new Synagogue of Rome and apartment buildings were built.
Centered on lively Via Portico d’Ottavia, today the Jewish Ghetto is a wonderfully atmospheric area studded with artisan’s studios, vintage clothes shops and popular restaurants.
- All Seasons Attraction
- Via del Portico D’Ottavia
Roma, Lazio 00186