Campo de'Fiori

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Campo de'Fiori , Rome Overview

The market of Campo de'Fiori is one of the biggest markets in the city, where you will find everything from ceramics and pasta cutters to fresh produce and porcini. A must visit if you want to try the freshest foods in the city! Campo De Fiori, often known as the jewel of Rome is also a nightlife centre by night. Located in Piazza Navona in Rome, this rectangular square is one of the major hubs for the locals as well as the focus of Roman life. It is often the busiest during the night when visitors and tourists splurge over the bars and restaurants offered at this location.

From the freshest strawberries to the most detectable asparagus to the rarest mushrooms, Campo de'Fiori has it all! Buy little kitchen utensils and cooking aids from here. Stay away from the touristy items though, as those are likely to be overpriced. At night, the terraces are crowded with people who gorge over the range of food and drinks that this place offers.

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Campo Di Fiori has a very rich and significant history. This location, for centuries, had been used as a site for public executions, races, and patios. This place stands where the Temple of Venus Victrix stood in ancient Rome. Here, philosopher Giordano Bruno was burned for heresy, as he argued in favour of the Copernicus theory that the universe was infinite (at the time, it was considered finite). This is marked by the statue by Ettore Ferrari’s sinister statue of the hooked monk. In the mid 15th century, this place was demolished and the square was formed. Since then, it has been used as a marketplace where a horse market was held twice a week. By the late 1800s, Campo Di Fiori had regularly started opening markets, selling street goods, meat, fruits, veggies, walnuts, and spices. Today, Campo Di Fiori is one of the oldest as well as leading marketplaces in the city and is known for its Roman specialities.

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There are a number of attractions that are very close to Campo Di Fiori. These include the Colosseum and Roman Forum are quite close to this attraction. Apart from those, Galleria Spada, Museo di Roma, Piazza Navona, Area Sacra Di Largo Argentina, and Villa Farnesina are also a few places that are really close to Campo Di Fiori. Bruno’s statue and Via Giulia are two very famous sites at Campo Di Fiori. Visitors can also find a range of eateries to explore at this location including restaurants that have ladies wine night, underground cocktail bars, authentic Roman and Italian food and an absolutely stunning spread of baked goods and products. What’s more, there are a number of places to stay at Campo Di Fiori ranging from luxurious palace-like hotels to simplistic resorts that do not charge much. Lastly, shopping here is definitely a must! One can find good jewellery, kids shops, clothes, homeware, antiques, shoes, liquor and much more at low to mid-ranged stores. All in all, visitors will be exposed to good quality along with choice at this marketplace.

Facts and Tips

  • The best time to visit this place is in the morning when there isn't much of a crowd and visitors can take a look at the fresh produce. 
  • Even though there may not be too much of a crowd on weekdays, it is always good to ensure that you are aware of your surroundings. 
  • There are a number of kid-friendly attractions so people of all ages can visit this place. 
  • This place is also accessible to the disabled. 
  • It is recommended to purchase souvenirs here. 
  • It is important to keep your belongings safely. It is easy to get mugged here.
  • Some myths suggest that Campo Di Fiori was a flower and vegetable garden and hence, the name was given. Other legends suggest that “Pompey the great” had a girlfriend called “Flora” and he named this square after her. 

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