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Campo Marzio Luxury Suites, a short distance from major points of interest in Rome

Campo Marzio Luxury Suites is located in the heart of the historical center of Rome. A stone’s throw from all the most important monuments.
Here is a map of the center of Rome to understand the proximity to the most important sites of the capital.


The immersion of Campo Marzio Luxury Suites in the History of Pagan and Christian Rome is complete, the most famous sights are within walking frames in unrepeatable, St. Peter’s Cathedral, P.za Steps, Pantheon, P.za del Popolo, Ara Pacis, the Trevi Fountain are the main ones that we would like to report.

Which ones you may not know is that beneath us, unfortunately not open because in some private cellars, passes the Sundial Solarium Augusti, an antique clock made ​​with the projection of the shadow of the obelisk of Montecitorio on Meridiana.

A stone’s throw from us there is the Church of St. Louis of France, the national church of France in Rome, where you can see among other works, all inspired three masterpieces by Caravaggio in San Matteo freely visited.

The Mausoleum of Augustus, the place where the Emperor was buried, burned at the stake Cola di Rienzo, where he worked the horse sculpture of Vittorio Emanuele Altar of the Fatherland, the legend of the place feels haunted by the ghosts of the characters mentioned, was also home of the concerts at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia for a long time.

Not only the history, Via Campo Marzio is the parallel of the ancient Via Lata (now the Via del Corso), an ideal place for shopping, this is where the Via dei Condotti where Made in Italy proudly puts on display all the best of its production of luxury.

The distances from the Campo Marzio Luxury Suites:

  • Via dei Condotti (Boutiques): 400 mt
  • Pantheon: 450 mt
  • Piazza di Spagna: 600 mt
  • Ara Pacis Augustae; 600 mt
  • Fontana di Trevi: 700 mt
  • Piazza Navona: 750 mt
  • Piazza del Popolo: 1 km
  • Vittoriano (piazza Venezia): 1.1 km
  • Colosseo: 2.1 km
  • San Pietro (Musei Vaticani): 2.1 km