Campo de' Fiori è una piazza di Roma, tra via dei Giubbonari e piazza della Cancelleria, ai confini dei rioni Parione e Regola.
A pleasant place at any given time. In the morning the stalls are bustling with fruits and vegetables. The stands are selling meats and cheeses. The produce and trinkets are there for the people. Evenings are for the lovers and drinkers. Always a charming square that invites people to stay and explore it
A nice square , by day a real flowermarket with a busy trading. A lot of restaurants bordering the square where you can have a nice drink and a bite to eat. As this van be a sort of tourist trap, try and have dinner somewhere else. The food can be a bit disappointing to be honest. The atmosphere on and around the square is really good. The hustle and bustle give a nice touch in this vibrant city.
This market is not what it used to be in the past. It still sells great products, but it was taken by vendors who are selling to tourists what they want. The pride Italians have when speaking about food no longer shows itself here. It is still worth a visit, and when you come, make sure you get here earlier than 1 pm. The official closing time is at about 1.30, but some vendors stay later. Rome is a wonderful city, with or without visiting Campo di Fiori
As the starting point of Rick Steves' Heart of Rome walking tour - it was a blast! Arrived in the evening via a quick cab ride from Roma Termini. Electric! kids playing, vendor shooting off bottle rocket type small fireworks. The restaurant we chose had excellent seating in the piazza, but the food was just okay (don't recall the name). But it truly was a lot of fun. Do be aware - the restaurant hosts extend well out in the piazza, beaming in on tourists. They can be a bit pushy. There is a lot of competition in the square.
Daily weekday market. Variety of food and fresh produce. Vegetables, fruits, truffles and cheeses. Amazing colours and tasty foods. Recommended for locals and tourists alike.
Great place to visit, during the day or at night. We went both times, there were street artists performing with fire, Palm readers, fortune tellers and a really lively atmosphere in the evening. Lovely places to eat, outside under the canopies with the giant heaters. Very nice feel to it. During the day, the hustle and bustle of the market livens the place up, selling everything from pasta to clothing, leather goods, pashminas and crockery. Lunchtime specials in lots of restaurants, with everyone choosing to eat al fresco! Definitely worth a visit, spend at least 1-2 hours here.
A small simple market with many wares to offer. Lots of fresh fruit and fruit juice stands, but if it's food you're after you're better off looking for the restaurants and bakeries around the market. Bought some wonderful Italian cheese there. Of course the farther you go from the market, the cheaper restaurants get.
I was a bit disappointed, but maybe it was due to the grey weather. It's very touristy though and it doesn't have the same impressive architecture compared to other squares. It could be charming on a spring day with a cold drink and nice meal. There are some nice shopping options around the square but I personally prefer other locations in Rome.
We stayed at an apartment overlooking this square. For those who don't mind a bit of noise during the day, I would totally recommend staying here. The square is well located within walking distance from Rome's major attractions, and the neighborhoods on the other side of the river. The market is very lively and it offers a great choice of foods and second-hand objects. There are numerous restaurants, but I haven't eaten there as they look a bit too touristy.
Surrounded by great bars, restaurants and shops this area, like all of Rome, exudes incredible history. The statue of Giordano Bruno has pride of place on the spot where he was executed in 1600. Daily markets with vendors of all kinds fill the square for much of the day. A great place to people watch, have lunch or dinner, enjoy a cool drink, do some shopping or just absorb history.
Fun and full of flare. A nice local spot to either get an espresso or a snack while watching people on their way to shop on all the small alleyways or to relax from the day. A friend turned me onto this place and have been back twice during my stay in rome.
The market is interesting! I recommend come earlier no later than 2pm since they close very early. Many things to see, Italian fruits, vegetables, pasta, and goods. Be careful of the pickpocket!!
Campo de'Fiori is a colorful little market surrounded by restaurants and charming old buildings. This place has stalls selling cheese, pesto, truffle oils, fruits and pasta. It is a little more expensive than going to a supermarket, but you can taste different flavors and bargain as per your budget. I bought a tomato pesto for 6 euros, for reference.
Peculiar and picturesque street market. Fresh fruit and vegetable and local produce and products are always available. Noisy and crowded at times, but that's one of the features that makes it popular. It drastically changes at night when it turns into one of the most famous places for the city night life. Lots of restaurants and bars offer a great choice of aperitivi, drinks tip late. Recommended.
The palazzo that sits half a block away from the Piazza is partially designed by Michel Angelo. So simple yet so elegant. The fountains built using bath tubs from Roman baths are beautiful. The market in the Piazza is very interesting. The cheeses and flowers are very elegant. It's a good place to buy Olive wood articles.
Really cute market, pleasant atmosphere.we got there at the closing time, around 2pm but still manage to grab somethings. It's opened in the morning so it'd probably be nice place to grab yourself a nice breakfast. The surrounding area also had many shops and restaurants so it's a great place to spend a couple of hours there.
Love this place! Sitting in this piazza having dinner was so relaxing. Not the craziness of Navona. Really nice. Our children were able to run around and have a great time. Our hotel (Sole Roma) was just a few feet away. Can't wait to get back.
Vibrant and exciting area of Rome, with alleys and little cobbled streets. Full of artisan shops, market stalls and wonderful eating places. Food is not expensive and service great. Highly recommended for a visit or a stay.
This was my favorite part of Rome during my recent vacation to Italy. My wife and I came to the plaza for lunch and dinner for quite a few occasions during our stay. All of the restaurants continued in the square were excellent. During the day there is a fruit and cheese market and by night becomes a lively spot to hang around and grab some drinks or dinner.