Although four people could stay, the apartment is best suited for a couple. It is small and cozy, charming in the sense that the building is 500 years old, but the apartment has all the amenities needed for a short vacation stay. The best part is that it is in the Jewish Ghetto, with excellent restaurants across the street (San Daniele) and down one block (Ba' Ghetto) and a couple of morning espresso bars within a block. The location forms one corner of a triangle of the Campo di Fiori and the Pantheon, about equal distance to both. Campo has a daily farmers' market. Two or three blocks away, one is on Tiburtina Island and crossing it, one easily reaches the Trastevere -- a great neighborhood capturing the essence of Rome without the crowds or chaos. Visit the Villa Farnesina not far along the Tiber, a can't miss experience. One can easily walk to the Vatican from there as well. A great little apartment in the heart of the best of Rome!