Campo De’ Fiori The pleasures to be found in the Campo de’ Fiori – the name translates as Field of Flowers – are multiple in their simplicity. The square is watched over by the brooding figure of Giordano Bruno, who was executed for heresy on this spot in 1600. Today he oversees a bustling market selling fruit, vegetables, cheese, Puglian pottery, pasta of varying quality and, of course, flowers, mostly to tourists, although the locals can be spotted in the queue at their beloved Campo de’ Fiori bakery. With its tightly woven tangle of cobbled streets and caramel-coloured palazzos, the area is the picture-perfect Rome, albeit with more selfie sticks. You’ll find the odd princess and ancient artist still in residence, but most of your neighbours in the high-ceilinged apartments will be fellow tourists, as Roman landlords make the most of the international quest for La Dolce Vita and Eat, Pray, Love-validated pasta fever. Every narrow street leads to another beautiful vista, and it’s advisable to stay on your feet – partly for the views, partly because public transport hasn’t really made it as far as the city centre.

Ten-minutes walk.

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Craft beer at open baladin

This cool bar with a modern design near Campo de’ Fiori offers forty beers on tap and about 100 bottled brews all made in Italy. There’s also a decent food menu.

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Discover new artists at galleria Lorcan O’neill

Since opening in 2003, this contemporary gallery that has held exhibitions focusing on both international artists and fresh Italian talent.


Have a snack at roscioli

There are all sorts of delicious baked goods here but the masterpiece is the pizza bianca.

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Cannoli at i dolci di nonna Vincenza

A Sicilian pastry shop in Rome, bringing Sicilian classics like almond cookies and cassata to Rome. Their cannoli are remarkable.

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Have baccalà at dar filettaro

The battered cod fillet is a local favourite and this hole-in-the-wall restaurant in a picturesque piazza specialises in just that.

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Explore avant-garde art at Dorothy Circus

Focusing on pop surrealism and on unearthing new artists, this gallery was listed as one the top 100 in the world.

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