Discover the pleasure of enjoying all modern comfort while living in a historical building built in the first half of the 17th Century, the century of Roman Baroque, surrounded by true masterpieces of architecture and art, like the Church of Santa Maria della Pace, with works by Baccio Pontelli, Donato Bramante, Antonio da Sangallo, Baldassarre Peruzzi, Raphael and Pietro da Cortona, or the breathtaking backdrop of Piazza Navona, where the architectural history of Rome and of the world has grown layer upon layer and where the works of the two rival architects of the Baroque period, Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Francesco Castelli, known as Borromini, have been defying one another for three and half century. The Navona Palace Residence is located at Via della Pace 36, in the Renais- sance and Baroque heart of the Eternal City. It is in a strategic position, just a few steps away from Piazza Navona, the most beautiful piazza in the world, built in the Middle Ages above the remains of the Stadium commissioned by Emperor Domitian in 85 A.D. The most important and characteristic places in town are all at walking distance from here.

Going eastwards, there are the Pantheon and the palaces of Italian politics: Palazzo Madama, seat of the Senate, Palazzo Montecitorio, seat of the House of Deputies, and Palazzo Chigi, seat of the Prime Minister’s Office, and then the Trevi Fountain and Piazza di Spagna.

Going northwards you will find Via dei Coronari and the antique shops area. Westwards, there are Castel Sant’Angelo and the Vatican. Going southwards, you will reach the Chiesa Nuova with the Oratorio di San Filip- po Neri, the Palazzo della Cancelleria, Campo dei Fiori and Piazza Farnese in a few minutes.

The building is located in the Rione (historical quarter) called Parione, which is shown by the emblem affixed on the building front. It takes up almost the entire block, delimited by Via della Pace, Piazza del Fico and Vicolo della Fossa. From its windows you may see the charming church of Santa Maria della Pace and glimpses of Roman life, with the chess players that use to gather at the Bar del Fico, one of the most typical and fashionable retreats in Rome.
The building in Via della Pace 36 – or at least its first three storeys above ground – was built in the 17th Century, apparently by joining two buildings together. The entrance to the older one is the condominium door at Via della Pace 36, while the building added in a later moment looks onto piazza del Fico.
This latter building is known as the “Casa del Fico” or “Casa Foppa”. Its three-storey front with open framed windows along the string course, has an ashlar-work door on the ground floor and remarkable corner ornaments. The building was classified as historical building by Ministerial Decree in 1951.


Rome – Navona

Via della Pace n° 34/35/37
Piazza del Fico n° 25/26/26D/27/28
00186 Rome

Phone. 06 6841051
Fax 06 68809402