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This is a fun stop. It’s just an outdoor market with fresh produce, cheeses, specialty foods, clothing, and some gag gifts. I’m sure it’s overpriced. Make sure to stop by Forno Campo de’ Fiori for incredible pizza. The pizza is worth the trip.
Touristy, but worth a trip if you've not been. A few olive oil and balsamic dealers, though, that seem to be pushing some not so great product so just be weary. I'd go back mostly to have a seat at one of the cafes and just watch the action .....
숙소가 바로 시장이서는 곳에 있었는데 현지에 온것같은 느낌이 좋아요..많은 조그마한 식당과 가게들이 많아서 재미도 있었고 밤에는 많은 사람들아 밤늦게 까지 식사와 와인을 즐기기도해서 조금 시끄럽기도 하지만 관광징한 조금 다른 횬자 분위기 입니다
The hotel I stayed-Casa de Fiori-was right off the Campo de' Fiori and the piazza was an amazing place to really experience Rome. During the day, the piazza is setup as a bazaar featuring fresh produce, meats, and cheeses and other food stuffs as well as some textile products. During the evening and night, the bazaar closes down and the piazza becomes a venue for street performers and peddlers and is lined with restaurants, cafes, and bars. We spent Christmas evening and late into the night at one of the restaurants here and had an opportunity to meet and drink with some local Romans and other expat travelers. It gave us a true taste of the eclectic nature of Rome and just how personable and welcoming locals are. The old adage held very true during this trip--all roads lead to Rome. Definitely take advantage of all that Campo de Fiori has to offer including the live music almost everyday of the week and the cheeses from the bazaar during the day!
Visit more than once at different times of day. Morning market is good with fruits and veggies etc. And afternoon market sells different things. At night it’s the place to eat or just hang out at one of the locals eateries. You can honestly spend a whole day here and see different sides of Rome.
The little market is bustling, if not a bit touristy. Great if you want to wander and look, or buy a bag of dried pasta. Also a nice option if you truly want to buy a few tomatoes or some fruit - it looked fresh and was reanosably priced.
Campo de' Fiori is a great place for good restaurants out side of the old city touristic places.