Our palace is one of the beautiful buildings lining Piazza Margana, just a short walk from two of the most important squares in Rome, Piazza Venezia and Campo de Fiori. The origins of Piazza Margana reach back to the Middle Ages when the potent noble family Margani who commissioned the group of buildings around the square. Our apartment is nestled in the Albertoni Palazzo, built in the 17th century on the foundations of a renaissance palace. Some features still recall the ancient structure, such as the arched portal in rusticated masonry with a small window overhead, showing the Albertoni family’s coat of arms.
Piazza Margana is a hidden gem in the heart of Rome. When stepping inside the square you will immediately feel transported back in time. You shouldn’t miss a long stroll through the alleys of the area, losing yourself in between the workshops, artisan stores and little restaurants.
The location is exceptionally central, so it’s easy to reach a great number of sights or points of interest on foot. The majestic Piazza Venezia lies just behind Piazza Margana and leads you to the Imperial Forums on one side, and the shopping street via del Corso on the other. If instead you follow Corso Vittorio Emanuele II you will discover Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and Campo de Fiori after just a short walk. Additionally, several bus lines stop at Piazza Venezia.