|Campo dei Fiori Square|
Rich in colours and sounds , Piazza Campo dè Fiori is one of the souls
of Rome; in the center overlooks the statue of philosopher Giordano
Bruno, who was condemned to the stake for heresy by the Inquisition.
Here in the morning you will find a picturesque market, but during the
night it is one of the favorite destinations of Roman nightlife. Place
of happy hours and after dinner, Campo de’ Fiori is a landmark for
The square, the only one that doesn’t have a church in Rome, hosts a
picturesque market in the morning which offers basic necessities and
rare delicacies from around the world.
The nearby Via dei Giubbonari is an important landmark of shopping, here
you will find some of the best shops of the city.
Doing a short walk you will discover Ponte Sisto, an evocative bridge to
reach the lively Piazza Trilussa and Trastevere, or the romantic Via
Giulia up to venture into the Jewish ghetto, where you will admire the
wonderful Portico D’Ottavia, another example of how the old and the new
can combine themselves to create the unique atmosphere of Rome.
A perfect starting point to easily reach the most famous sights of the
capital, from Piazza Navona to Pantheon, from Via del Corso to Piazza
Venezia up to Via dei Fori Imperiali, choose Campo de’ Fiori
for a relaxing time means the history of Rome, the
entertainment, shopping and art.
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