Certainly one of the most famous squares of Rome, but we could also say of the world. Here every morning takes place a colorful and lively market where you can discover the flavors of an ancient Rome, now almost disappeared. Once the market is finished, the square becomes one of the major point of attraction in Rome, thanks to its countless bars, pubs, restaurants and ancient bakeries that every day are able to satisfy the tastes of thousands people coming from all over the world.
In the middle of the square, with its fierce look and enveloped in his cap, you cannot help to stop admiring the monument of Giordano Bruno made by Ferrari, who was burnt alive in this square on February 17, 1600 by the Holy Inquisition.
Campo dè Fiori is also an important crossroad from which you can reach the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and the ancient Jewish ghetto passing by Via dei Giubbonari, a lovely pedestrian shopping street.