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Apartments and vacation rentals in San Giovanni, Rome

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A city tourist tax will be applied. Cost per person per night: 3,50€, for maximum 10 nights.
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San Giovanni district, where Ancient Rome, Baroque and contemporary architecture coexist



San Giovanni is one of the oldest districts in Rome, where different architecture styles live together: the traces of the Ancient Rome, the elegant Baroque palaces and the imposing buildings constructed during the Fascist regime are gracefully interwoven.


The area has maintained a truly local atmosphere: sheltered from the traffic of the city centre, it offers many shops – San Giovanni is famous for being a shopping street with elegant yet affordable shops and malls – restaurants and street markets (the most famous one is the flea market in Via Sannio). It is a very quiet area, where to rent an apartment in Rome.


One of the main sights to visit is the precious San Giovanni in Laterano Basilica: the interiors were designed by Borromini, whilst the façade dating back to the XVIII century is by Alessandro Galilei. Next to the Basilica there is the ‘Holy Stairs’, composed of 28 marble steps: it is said this was the staircase that led Christ to Ponzio Pilato during the Passion.

Moreover, the famous Italian concert on the 1st May (Day of Labour) takes place in San Giovanni square.