Holiday rentals near Trevi Fountain, Rome

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    Holiday lets near the Trevi Fountain

    There is so much to see in Rome that you could spend a lifetime exploring the Eternal City and still not discover all its treasures; whether you are looking for a cheap self-catering apartment near the Trevi Fountain or are planning to push the boat out with luxury accommodation, self-catering accommodation is a great option for families and groups of friends. It's more convenient than a hotel and booking your apartment near the Trevi Fountain with the Apartum price comparison website guarantees you an unbeatable price. As well as the exuberant fountain itself, many of Rome’s top sights are within an easy walk. After a day exploring the Palazzo del Quirinale, you can return to the peace and quiet of your home-from-home and relax.

    Live like the locals with accommodation near the Trevi Fountain

    When you rent holiday accommodation near the Trevi Fountain, you find yourself right in the ancient heart of Rome and can take in all the sights at your own pace. A self-catering apartment is much more relaxing than staying at a hotel and offers you complete flexibility: you can miss the crowds and go out for an early stroll to the flower lined Spanish Steps before returning to a tranquil breakfast on your own balcony. A visit to the Borghese Gallery is not to to be missed - book your tickets in advance to avoid queuing. Don't try and see everything in one day: the locals take things at a gentle pace so follow their example and soak up the atmosphere at a pavement cafe or return to the peace and quiet of your apartment for a siesta.

    Make yourself at home with holiday apartments near the Trevi Fountain

    With a holiday apartment near the Trevi Fountain, you can explore the city’s hidden gems off the main tourist trail. Well worth a visit is the Domus Romanae, an ancient house that has recently been excavated - computer graphics projected onto the masonry bring the historic villa to life and an informative and entertaining guide puts everything into context. Having spent a delightful day visiting Rome’s top attractions, you can return to your accommodation near the Trevi Fountain to enjoy a home cooked meal with your family and friends. Later, you can take an evening stroll to a nearby bar; don’t forget to throw some coins into the fountain - legend has it that this ensures you will come back again.