Campo de' Fiori
Campo de' Fiori
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Named after the field of flowers it once was, Campo de’ Fiori is now a bustling flower, fruit, and vegetable market. It stirs awake in the wee hours of the morning and slowly comes to life with vendors peddling fresh produce, dried fruit, souvenirs, and more. Most stalls close by early afternoon, so visit early. Once dusk falls, the area takes on a different kind of lively vibe, with al fresco restaurants and cocktail bars filled to the brim. Campo de’ Fiori is located close to Piazza Navona and the Pantheon and is often included as a stop when you join the Jewish Ghetto tours or food groups. – Tripadvisor
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  • Shannon S
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Perfect stay! Felt like royalty!!
    Adam and Erwin were fantastic!! We were greeted by name and shown to the best room in the hotel—spectacular artwork, gorgeous decor and fantastic location. The rooftop view alone is worth the stay. It just doesn’t get better than this!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written June 3, 2023
  • Alison K
    Lodi, New Jersey2,390 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Pushy vendors selling same products over and over
    Market was just ok. Too many annoying vendors pushing you to try samples and buy things. Many of the vendors were selling the same things over and over again, from truffle products to limoncello. A few fruit and veg vendors mixed in. Ended up finally getting roped into trying some spreads and ended up bought a small jar of truffle artichoke spread. There was a vendor making porchetta sandwiches that looked pretty good, but we didn't try it. Overall, the market was too touristy for my taste.
    Visited May 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written July 3, 2023
  • Greig W
    Glen Iris, Australia146 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Stay or play here.
    Awesome place to base your holiday - or to add to your walking tour of Rome. Markets all day, every day 7am-5pm). The ‘square’ is surrounded by cafes and restaurants. Great vibe and well worth the detour.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written July 8, 2023
  • Babak S
    Bloomington, Indiana31 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lively and fun stop
    A lively market to walk through, to get a souvenir, or refuel during our walking tour. We found this market in our first trip to Rome a few years ago and I have been back every time I visit. You can get a refreshing smoothie, fruits, oil, pasta, etc. in the market, be entertained by a kitchen gadget vendor, or peruse the shops around the market and sit down for a meal in a nearby restaurant.
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written July 21, 2023
  • Gary W
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Honeymoon vacation; back to my wife’s homeland
    On our honeymoon, this wonderful hotel exceeded our expectations. Formally a brothel for Priests in the 17th century - yes, you read that correctly- the rooms were cozy, elegant , clean, with “beautiful noise “ from the adjacent piazza’s. The staff were charming and knowledgeable ; one young man actually walked us to his nearby favorite restaurant !! Valentina, the general manager, was the perfect Italian ambassador . Grateful for our presence, warm, funny, and engaging. Her sense of humor was infectious . This is a long review, yet all of this is important to convey . Select this hotel for your stay ; you will not be disappointed and you’ll thank me.
    Visited September 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written October 14, 2023
  • Patti R
    17 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Visit Mauro and Marco Berardi in Campo de' Fiori For Great Spices
    The best thing about Campo de' Fiori is Mauro and Marco Berardi's spices. They are always there when the market is open and have the freshest and best spices in Rome. The Camp de' Fiori spice is my favorite and I use it often in Italian dishes as well as a chicken marinade ingredient. I highly recommend them and spices make great gifts for those back home.
    Visited November 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written December 11, 2023
  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China172,963 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    One of Rome's charming squares
    This is an atmospheric market square and popular place for tourists to visit during visits to Rome. There is a daily food and food product market held in the square from 7am to 2pm (Mon to Sat). Campo de' Fiori is lined with eateries, artisan and boutique shops adding charm to the square. There is an interesting fountain in back as well as a sombre monument to Giordano Bruno, the monk and free thinking philosopher who was burned at the stake in 1600 during the Italian Inquisition. It is a nice market and square, worth spending some time to explore along with the neighbourhood streets nearby.
    Visited March 2024
    Traveled with family
    Written March 8, 2024
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Abdul M
Chicago, IL303 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
I had this craze of knowing the market of Campo de'Fiori, well it was a huge let down. The market that I saw in the travel videos had nothing to do with seeing it in person. It was faux market ready for tourist traps all over the place. The market is run by mostly Bangladeshi vendors and others from many other countries. They are selling spices, fruits etc., the one thing I would recommend is the juice and cut fruit. But look at the prices since they were sky high. The place around it was very nice and we did get to enjoy the site and knowing the truth about this market. I do recommend that you go and check it out for yourself and don't fall into the hype nor false appearance of this market.
Written January 29, 2020
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Mairwen1
United Kingdom10,646 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022
Campo de Fiori is a fun piazza to visit for the morning market, the cafes, bakery and delis.
Every foodie walking tour will include this piazza but you can just as easily wander through on your own and you’ll find everything yourself.
The 2 highlights for me are the Forno Campo de’ Fiori bakery and Antica Norcineria Viola, a traditional deli. The bakery has the best pizza, sold in large slabs, hot from the oven and the deli has a wonderful range of cured meats and sausages (see separate reviews on both).
The best to time your visit is in the morning, because the market is held then. By 2pm, it’s too late and the market stalls are starting to be dismantled. The market fills the piazza and is mostly fresh food, fruit and veg and flowers, as well as fresh juices, cheeses, meats, bread and dried pastas. We liked the freshly squeezed pomegranate juice and the fruit salad cups.
You’ll find foodie souvenirs dried pastas, spices, balsamic vinegar, limoncello, liqueurs.
In the past when we have stayed in an apartment, we have often come here to pick up fresh food for cooking.
A number of stalls sell cheap clothing, lots of hats, sunglasses etc but these are not very special and there are a lot of ‘I Love Rome’ souvenir T-shirts. What you will find here is pretty much the stuff you’d expect to find at any similar street market.
In the centre of the piazza is a strange statue of a hooded figure, looking very much like he could’ve stepped straight out of Assassin’s Creed. This is Giordano Bruno and he’s got every reason to look gloomy as he is standing on exactly the same spot where he was burnt to death in 1600. A Dominican priest, he was also a philosopher, cosmologist and mystic. However 1600 was a dangerous time to haven spouting radical ideas. He was condemned as a heretic and was arrested and burnt alive.
GETTING THERE: Campo de Fiori is only a short walk from Piazza Navona so you can easily combine the two piazzas.
Written July 29, 2022
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dapper777
Monaco62,726 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020 • Friends
Once it was simply a simple flowery meadow, which gave the name of "Campo de 'Fiori", until the fifteenth century the animals grazed there.
This square was non long ago one of the most picturesque places in the city.
Located near Piazza Farnese, on the road to Piazza Navona, it still has maintained a little of old charm of ancient Rome, animated every morning by a picturesque market with its wooden stalls.
The rest of the day, its numerous bars and terraces give life to the place. In the evening, many young Romans gather around the statue of Giordano Bruno, to relax, talk, have a beer, talk and make noise..
We know this square very well, which has lost its authenticity over time.
The stalls, except for a few, are all arranged to sell poor quality products to tourists.
There is a good cinema, a historical cinema, an oven and bakery with good baked goods ... and that's it.
They are just memories ..
Written August 1, 2020
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amnews
Boston, MA173 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2022
Rick Steves' Heart of Rome walk starts with this square. It used to have a food market in the mornings, but now is filled with high-margin merchandise (little bottles of stuff, etc.). The monument to Giordano Bruno, a famous heretic who was executed in 1600, is here. This is the place where the freewheeling protests often take place, and the statue was reportedly placed here to annoy the nearby Vatican.
Written September 23, 2022
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Babak S
Bloomington, IN31 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Couples
A lively market to walk through, to get a souvenir, or refuel during our walking tour. We found this market in our first trip to Rome a few years ago and I have been back every time I visit. You can get a refreshing smoothie, fruits, oil, pasta, etc. in the market, be entertained by a kitchen gadget vendor, or peruse the shops around the market and sit down for a meal in a nearby restaurant.
Written July 21, 2023
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calmskys
Woodbridge, Canada44 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2023 • Couples
This is entirely a tourist trap. Beware! It looks lovely, but, check prices on google before buying. We foolishly purchased Gusto Balsamico Rose 250 ml priced at 65 euros. It can be purchased online for $24!!!! Same with Limoncello and Crema di Pistachio. Our advice is look around, enjoy the stalls, take photos, and keep walking.
Written September 30, 2023
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Pat
217 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022
Experience this place as a flower, fruit and veg market during day time. Don't get sucked into the vendors (the ones that sell everything else but flowers, fruits and vegs) as they could be quite aggressive. Come at night and you will see this place transfers to something very different. The restaurants, cocktail bars and terraces around the market are fabulous places for romance or meetings of any kind, along with sightseeing of sunsets.
Written August 20, 2022
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Carolyn P
Orinda, CA147 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023 • Couples
Lovely outdoor food market. We bought six bags of pasta for $20 to bring home as gifts. Fresh fruit and veggies available. Jars of pesto, olive oil and more.
Written January 16, 2023
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Jen C
Westchester County, NY4 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
We visited on a Thursday morning around 10 am. This is a tourist trap. Only a few fruit/vegetable stands. Didn’t see any flower stands. Mostly high pressure liquor, spice, and truffle salesmen. Impossible to just walk through and look around - we were pestered non-stop. Shops near the market are not friendly or welcoming either.
Written August 3, 2023
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Philip Curnow
Rome, Italy231 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2021
The warm Roman atmosphere of Campo de' Fiori is not what it used to be. If you are looking for an authentic street market from where local restaurants purchase their daily fresh fruit and vegetable then think again. The market is now dominated by tourist orientated tat such as coloured pastas and liqueurs and nuts from Asia. The market also seems more tightly packed and covered than it was. Claustrophobic in other words. Saying that it remains an iconic location and is perhaps best visited, and enjoyed, in the early evening.
Written June 28, 2021
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