How about an exquisite one-bed apartment on Rome’s most beautiful road? The very picture of renaissance Rome, Via Giulia transports those staying on it back to a time when poetry, art and architecture were one.
A neat, light and bright space with high ceilings and romantic Roman interiors and furniture, Casa Giulia is a joyous little bolthole for a couple looking to immerse themselves in Rome’s history and culture during a city break.
Though, it’s the little touches at Casa Giulia that sell it the best: his and hers bathroom sinks, for instance – not to mention those tasteful French metro tiles. The fact the sun shines through the windows all day long is another lovely perk.
Via Giulia was once called the magistralis – “main road” – as it connected the financial district with the markets of Campo de Fiori and Piazza Navona. Nowadays, it’s ground zero for artisanal shops, most of whom have been here for generations.