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La Mia Casa in Campo di Fiori

Apartment 170 Sqm

Bed Room 3, Bath Rooms 3, People 7

Rome | Historical Centre | Campo di Fiori Area

from € 250

2 People/ 1 night

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La Mia Casa in Campo di Fiori is located in the heart of the historic centre, in a privileged position, to discover all the beauties of Rome.
It will be the ideal setting for your holiday.

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 Spacious and Brite 170sqm Penthouse with Terrace,  between Campo di Fiori, Trastevere and Piazza Navona.  Free Wi-Fi

La Mia Casa in Campo di Fiori is located in the heart of the historic city centre, just a few metres from Campo di Fiori, Piazza Navona, Trastevere and Piazza Farnese.

It is the ideal location for visiting Rome and discovering its most secret corners, strolling through alleys and magnificent streets.

The flat, with lift, is located on the top floor of a historical building of the nineteenth century and is arranged on two levels. Renovated in 2004 in total respect of its original layout. Exposed on three sides, it is very bright and equally quiet. It looks west on Palazzo Spada and in the background Palazzo Farnese. On the backside from the balcony, you have a view of the Dome of S. Andrea della Valle and the Bell Tower of S. Agnese in Agone in Piazza Navona. At the same time, from the terrace, you can enjoy a picturesque view of the Janiculum and the rooftops of old Rome.

It is equipped with every comfort, air conditioning, heating, Wi-Fi, and three bedrooms with double beds and their bathroom. A spacious living room with comfortable sofas, TV, stereo, DVD, dining table and a fully functioning wood fireplace, ideal for creating a romantic and warm atmosphere. The independent kitchen is fully equipped.

You can spend pleasant moments of relaxation or conviviality on the terrace, very pleasant in the morning for breakfast and in the evening for a magnificent candlelight dinner. If you wish, you can also use the barbecue. 

The central location allows you to walk to Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, Piazza Farnese, Trastevere, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza di Spagna and the shopping streets, the Colosseum and all the most important archaeological sites as well as the leading museums and monuments in just a few minutes by day and night.

Living the neighbourhood

We are in the city centre, and within a few metres, you can find everything you need for your daily needs. Supermarkets, butchers, bakeries, fishmongers, and the famous open-air market at Campo di Fiori are all within easy reach.
There is no shortage of banks, bookshops, Info Points, pharmacies and plenty of other shops for all kinds of needs.
If you like nightlife in the neighbourhood, there are pubs, nightclubs and many excellent restaurants from starred ones to simple trattorias, without interfering with your quiet.


La Mia Casa in Campo di Fiori is on the top floor of a historic building dating back to the 16th century, built on the foundations of an ancient medieval structure, which are still visible on the ground floor, including the remains of the portico. While in the cellars there are still the remains of ancient Roman houses. The rests of an ancient Roman temple dating back to the first century A.D., are located underground on two levels of the building and the whole surrounding area. The subsoil is the whole that branches off into the surrounding area is rich in evidence of the Imperial Age. The recent discovery of another four-storey building from the Roman period, located eight metres below ground level between the church, the square and the building opposite ours, is a recent discovery. Of the age of Domitian, these rooms probably belonged to the ‘Horrea Vespasiani’, a large area for warehouses that stretched from the Tiber to Palazzo Spada and beyond Via Arco del Monte to near Via Arenula. We should not forget that we are only a few metres away from what was once the THEATRE of POMPEO, and even though it no longer exists today, can still see part of the theatre’s cavea in some buildings in the area.


The existing ground floor of our building corresponds to the construction that existed during the Middle Ages. On the side overlooking Via Capo di Ferro, we can still see and admire a medieval portico about 10 metres long: composed of four granite columns, bare bases and medieval Ionic capitals with rosettes in the centre of the volutes. This medieval work surmounted by a beautiful white marble cornice, about 15 cm high: while the ancient attic bases of white marble are placed on a bare plinth, the bottom of which rests on a plinth with a brick facing of different heights from the second half of the first century A.D.

The portico rests on Roman remains, which go under the ground for two floors in height and are integrated with the building’s cellars.

The entire building is considered to be of historical interest and is therefore protected by the Ministry of Culture.

In the 18th century, in Vicolo delle Grotte below, a pleasure house where the famous esotericist Giuseppe Balsamo, Count of Cagliostro, met his future wife Lorenza, whose ghost still haunts the house on moonlit nights.


We are in the “Rione Regola”, in the heart of the historical centre between Trastevere, Piazza Farnese, Campo di Fiori, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Via Giulia, Ghetto. The name Regola derives from Arenula. Arenas were the sands left by the river. At one time and until the end of the 19th century, before the river banks were equipped with the existing walls, the whole district was subject to flooding by the Tiber. These phenomena were anything but rare and flooded many streets.  Even today it is possible to see on the city walls the level reached by the various floods.

Here was the “Trigarium”, the hippodrome where the charioteers who rode the “triga” were so-called because three horses pulled it. Here were also trained the racehorses in the nearby Stadium of Domitian, now Piazza Navona. Can also see some architectural evidence of this period in the nearby Via di San Paolo alla Regola.

During the Middle Ages, the district took the name Arenule et Chacabariorum (from the workshops of manufacturers of copper basins and vases, in Latin “cacàbera”). However, it was still an area of millers, dyers, rope makers, butchers and tanners, who took advantage of the Tiber’s waters to tan the hides of the vaccine (cows). For this reason, tradition has it that the famous recipe for “coda alla vaccinara” was born here. Many streets still bear the names associated with the area’s ancient trade activities (pettinari, balestrari, catinari, etc.).

St Philip Neri worked in the Trinità dei Pellegrini church, overlooking the square of the same name, where the great Oratorian saint gave shelter to the poor who flocked to Rome for the Jubilee of 1550. Goffredo Mameli found refuge in the same church, before dying of his wounds while defending the Roman Republic in 1849.



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Your moments of comfort and conviviality

A spacious and cosy living room with comfortable sofas, a romantic wood-burning fireplace and a large table. A space to share with your travelling companions.

Wood burning fireplace
3 Sofas – 1 Sofa bed 1 – Armchairs
2 Tables,  8 Chairs –
Tv – Dvd – Board games – Wi-Fi Books – Guides
7 Windows
Size: 60 m²

Bedroom Palazzo Spada

Of the three bedrooms, this is the master bedroom with large windows looking onto Palazzo Spada.

(Palazzo Spada built-in 1540, has a magnificent facade richly decorated with mythological themes and characters from Roman history. Inside Palazzo Spada is a gallery with many masterpieces and Bernini’s famous perspective).

The room is large and comfortable and like all the others has its private bathroom.


Sleeps: 3
Type of Beds: 1  King Size Bed + 1 Cot
Furnishing: Chair, Armchair, Wardrobe, Drawers, Luggage rack.
Bathroom: Private in Room
Room size: 25 sqm.

Bedroom Capo di Ferro

The bedroom Capo di Ferro, is located on the 5th floor and can be considered as an independent mini flat with its private bathroom. It is directly connected to the terrace and is perfect for when you need privacy or a bit of independence. It enjoys a beautiful view of Palazzo Spada and the rooftops. 


Sleep: 3
Type of beds:
1  King Size Bed + 1 Single Bed
Chair, Armchair, Wardrobe, Desk, Luggage rack.
Private in Room

Room size:

Bedroom Chiostrina

The Chiostrina bedroom is the most intimate, located on the inner side of the building, ensuring maximum tranquillity. It too has its own bathroom.


Sleep: 2
Type of beds:
1  King Size Bed 
Chair, Armchair, Wardrobe, Drawers.
Room size:
20 sqm.²



The Terrace is a true oasis of peace, where you can spend pleasant hours both in the morning for breakfast and in the evening for dinner. It has a magnificent view of the Gianicolo and the rooftops of old Rome and is also equipped with parasols, deckchairs and a barbecue for cooking embers.


View: Janiculum, Roofs, SS Trinità Dome.
Furnishing:  Armchairs, Coffee Table, Dining Table  Parasol, Sunshade, Barbecue.

Terrace size: 30sqm.



The kitchen is independent and fully equipped.
You will find a four-burner stove, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer and many accessories American coffee machine, espresso machine, toaster, kettle, and everything you need to cook.

From the balcony on the east side, you can see S.Andrea Della Valle’s dome and the dome of Sant’Agnese in Piazza Navona.


Furniture: Table Top, +4 Chairs.
Equipment: Stove, Oven, Microwave, Dishwasher.
Accessories: Fully equipped.
Size: 40 m².
Outdoor Area: Balcony



Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms with shower 3
Independent kitchen
Outdoor Area
Terrace + Balcony




Elevator: Yes
Flat Access:
Lift + 10 steps.
Not suitable for disabled people 



Free Wi-Fi
The apartment is equipped
with WI-Fi broadband
internet connection.



All rooms are equipped with air conditioning.
The heating is autonomous.
Sheets and towels are provided.

Courtesy for Guests

Luggage room – Safe – Stroller – High chair – Cot
Products for Breakfast, Mineral Water, Milk, Tea, Coffee.   Spices and Seasonings.
Guides and useful information.
Upon request: Transfer, Daily Cleaning, Check In Out of Hours.



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Campo di Fiori

2’ min

Piazza Navona

3’ min


5’ min

Musei Capitolini

6’ min


4’ min

Fontana di Trevi

12’ min

Piazza Di Spagna

15’ min

San Pietro-Musei Vaticani

20’ min

Galleria Borghese

25’ min

Colosseo-Fori Imperiali

20’ min

Palatino-Circo Massimo

18’ min

Piazza del Popolo

25’ min

WHy Rome

                     Perhaps because it is so beautiful, probably because staying in Piazza Navona at night is unparalleled, or maybe because
                     the Trevi Fountain suddenly appears, 


Or because in Rome a marvel is hidden around every corner and everything becomes an emotion.  Rome is beautiful by day and seductive by night. It knows how to make our dream and how to paint itself with a thousand colours. Living Rome means losing yourself in its beauty; it means travelling through the centuries.  

Discover Rome is ideal by walking among magnificent churches, sumptuous palaces, fascinating corners.

La Mia Casa in Campo di Fiori is in the ideal position to discover and enjoy all this.

A night walk in Piazza Navona, in the absolute silence broken only by the sound of water flowing in the fountains, is something you will never forget and will always carry with you.

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Where We Are

How to reach us


 Bus Stop
60 metres
1 min.

Termini Station
3,5 Km
30 min.

 Fiumicino Airport
32 Km
45 min.

 Taxi Station
200 metres
5 min.


Pictures By: Franco Cappellari – Giorgio De Camillis- David Windsor- Cosimo Milone.
Unsplash Team: Erin Doering – Alessio Lin – Serena Repici Lentini – Mateus Campus Felice – Hillies Greaves – Nicolai Hoizey – Voilu Horatiu – Cristina Gottardo
Pexel: Andrew Neel Michel Caicedo- Anastasia Zenerina- Bastian Riccardi- Cosmin Paduranu.