Campo de’ Fiori is a square in Rome, filled with market stalls by day, and lined with lively restaurants at night.
We wandered through here on multiple occasions during our time in Rome, and there always seemed to be something happening, whether it be markets or street performers.
Situated within minutes walk of many of Rome’s sights, such as Piazza Navona and The Pantheon, it’s the perfect place to go for a sit down and a coffee.
A bit of trivia for you- Campo de’ Fiori is one of the few piazza’s outside of Venice to be called ‘campo’, as this means field. Campo de’ Fiori translates to “field of flowers” and was not originally built to be a piazza, much like those in Venice.