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The location of Navona in fiore in the heart of Baroque Rome allows to live fully immersed in the Eternal City thanks to the proximity of the main historical and touristic sites.

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San Pietro sul Tevere
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Piazza Venezia (10' walking)
Leaving behind us the Fontana di Trevi you are moving towards Piazza Venezia, at the foot of the Capitol, where it crosses some of the most important streets of the capital: Via del Corso, famous for shopping and Via dei Fori Imperiali. The square is dominated by the Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, inside of which is buried the body of the Unknown Soldier. 
Colosseo (10' walking)
Along Piazza Venezia you can walk in  the  Via dei Fori Imperiali, which will take us to the Colosseum the most imposing monument of ancient Rome still existing and widely considered a symbol of the Eternal City. Along this route you could live (that's the right word) some of the most picturesque view in the world. Every single street and alley can hide squares, fountains and churches that for their beauty make Rome unique and inimitable.

Vatican City (15' walking)
Not far from the apartment you can find The Vatican City one of the most sacred places in Christendom. The Vatican City is also a tourist magnet thanks to the presence of some of
Rome's most popular attractions, including the St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums, home to the Sistine Chapel. 
Castel Sant'Angelo (10' walking)
In front of St. Peter stands, on the right bank of the Tiber River, Hadrian's Mausoleum known as the Castel Sant'Angelo which was the seat of a maximum security prison during of the Papal States. Famous is his "passetto", a narrow corridor wall that allowed to come and go from the Vatican without being seen. 
Roman Pantheon (5' walking)
Just behind the apartment you can discovered the Roman Pantheon, the most preserved and influential building of ancient Rome. The Pantheon known as the Temple of all the Gods of ancient Rome then converted into the Christian basilica. 

Piazza di Spagna (10' walking)
The square takes its name from the Iberian embassy to the Holy See, famous for elegant staircase of Trinità dei Monti, consists of 137 steps over twelve different flights.

Fontana di Trevi (10' walking)
Continuing your walk in few minutes you can reach the largest and most famous fountain in Rome: Fontana di Trevi. Designed by Nicola Salvi and lying on one side of Palazzo Poli is one of the most important works of the late Baroque, also famous for Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg scene from movie.