Campo de Fiori was on our list from day one when decided to holiday in Roma.
Since being here we've visited this bustling piazza a number of times.
In the morning the piazza is filled with vendors selling some of the most amazing fruit n veg.
Various pasta, oils, drinks and herbs are also in abundance. There is the usual mix of stalls selling tourist trinkets and other cheap rubbish that your kids will ask for.
Some of the most amazing flowers too.
At the edges of the piazza there are numerous cafes and restaurants to have anything from coffee and breakfast to cocktails and dinner.
Make sure you visit the bakery and the small goods stores at the southern corners.
At night the stall are all removed and it becomes a normal piazza like many others thought Roma.
I can't give five stars because the piazza has become a bit touristy and this has crept into the type of things sold and prices you're paying. If you want to visit a market that locals shop at, with none of the tourists or fake Gucci handbags then head north of the Vatican to Trionfale Markets.
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