How to reach the b&b
The Coronari Bed and Breakfast is located in the absolute most popular and sought after area of Rome, placed next to the major tourist attraction Piazza Navona, where from the name Navona Bed and Breakfast has its origins. It’s located on Via dei Coronari, a street that takes part of the characteristic area of its well composed streets all alike, with low buildings, cobblestone streets, and breathtaking views, pure eye candy for curious eyes! It is a perfect example of the many streets surrounding the Bed and Breakfast such as Piazza del Fico, Piazza di Montevecchio, Via dei Giubbonari, Piazza di Sant’Apollinare, Via di Parione and Vicolo delle Vacche, and of course Piazza Navona, as the cream on top. It is one of the most famous squares in Rome locating treasures as Baroque houses and the fountain of the Quattro Fiumi, the fountain of Moro, the Neptune Fountain and the Church of St. Agnes in Agony. On the square there are interesting founds of the ancient Stadium of Domitian which recently were successfully restored. Right outside the square you can see the Statue of Pasquino, a historical work related back to the Italian Resurgence. From the B&B you can reach the destination Piazza della Rotonda, with the famous Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain as one of the international symbols of the city. With a long but extremely beautiful walk in the heart of central Rome, you can end up at The Spanish Steps, another example of the Baroque that is to admire, with its famous staircase of Trinità dei Monti and the Fountain of Barcaccia.
Best price€ 105,00 For night
Per maggiori informazioni:06.98184686 oppure 393.9665078
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Based on 3 Comments
Comments are written by guests after a stay in the facility
Bellissimo l'edificio antico del b&b...poi camere comode e interni rifiniti e puliti...davvero bello!
La posizione di questa struttura è ottima, le camere molto ben arredate e curate...la colazione abbondante e squisita
Una vacanza davvero romantica...un b&b confortevole e trnquillo...poi Piazza Navona sotto la neveeee!!! che fortunata...