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Staying in Rome

We have a beautiful flat in Rome that we sometimes rent out for mid-long term periods (not short lets)

The stunning flat is on the 6th floor (with lift until the 5th floor) of the 16th Century Palazzo Fiano Almagia’ in Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina, right in the Centro Storico of Rome. There are two vast terrace gardens, of 80m2 each, that have views of most of Rome, and which were designed by the well known landscape gardener Antonella Fornai during the flat’s renovation in 2011.

The family Palazzo is interesting in its own right for its history. In the early part of the 20th century, one of the great classical Roman monuments, the Ara Pacis, was discovered under the foundations of the Palazzo, which in ancient times had been the centre of Emperor Augustus’s military parade ground: The Field of Mars. Using advanced engineering techniques including freezing water in the ground to keep the matrix and fragments in place, the altar was extracted and was now displayed in its own museum on bank of the Tiber.

The flat is close to nearly all major sites in Rome, in particular: Via Condotti, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza del Popolo, the Tiber, The Pantheon, The Trevi Fountain and much more.

Rome mid and long let apartment
Rome mid and long let apartment


  • One main bedroom
  • Bathroom
  • Fully kitted kitchen
  • Sitting room with sofa bed
  • Study
  • TV
  • Aircon
  • Central heating
  • Outdoor seating and dining
  • Outdoor shower

To enquire about the flat in Rome, which is subject to availability, please contact the letting agent in Rome:

Tel: +390668135740

rome apartment
rome apartment
rome apartment
rome apartment
rome apartment

In the Press

The property has been featured in a couple of popular magazines:

The terraces were even a full feature article in the prestigious Italian national magazine, ‘Gardenia’ in 2013.

The flat featured in the Australian magazine, Gourmet Traveller in 2012.

Click on the images for full articles

Interested in staying in our apartment in Rome?

For all enquiries please get in touch with our letting agent:

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