Food is presented and tastes great A tight typical Italian setup at great location Prices are fare Service is good
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Very busy fruit and pasta market by day and changes to restaurant and bars in the evening. Good choice of restaurants and a bar serving local Rome craft beer which is lovely. Good place to visit and watch Italians going about their daily business whilst...More
This little square is worth a visit. The market is nice and frequented by both, Romans and tourists. The restaurants tend to be touristic. Read up the history of the market and the statue. Visit, if you are nearby.
During the day Campo de Fiori is a bustling outdoor market offering fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, meats, and general goods. Also offered are those items catered specifically to tourist such as spices, olive oils, and other tourists-type trinkets. At night the tents are put away,...More
Very nice Italian out door market with great selection of fresh vegetables, fruit , cheese and flowers. Rented an apartment nearby and when here often for fresh produce. We bought some amazing porchni mushrooms here. At night many out door restaurants on the Piazza server...More
This was one of our stops on a historical tour we were taking which actually ended up surprising and impressing us. It is also a fantastic market of food and small gifts and we enjoyed our time here. It is worth reading about the campo...More
The traditional Rome outdoor market. Food in all variations is offered in numerous stalls and also in the many restaurants around the market. Although the site is quite touristy, it seems that many locals still do their shopping there, too.
The Campo is a nice, open air market with fresh fruit, veggies, and interesting souvenirs. We found an inexpensive shirt here, which was good surprise. The area is surrounded by restaurants and is very busy at times. However, I expected a more expansive market in...More
People love this vibrant market square! During the day, all manner of products are sold - during our week long visit walking all over the city, we did not find anywhere quite like it. During the evening, the market is cleared away and the serious...More
Even though it is quite touristy, we absolutely love this square/piazza, so vibrant with colour/noise with spruikers selling there wares and many vegetable and flower sellers. This was also the location for many executions. The statue of a Dominican monk, (Giordano Bruno which stands in...More