Campo de Fiori

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Campo de Fiori Rome Reviews

jdig0304 jdig0304
35 reviews
Party Square Jun 03, 2011
Vegetable market by day and party square by night. In the center stands a statue of Giordano Bruno who was burned alive by the Inquisition. During the day time fruits and vegetable stands abound, allowing for the cheap purchase of snacks. At night the Campo is transformed. The square is ringed by cafes and bars which at night draw a good mix of locals, tourists, and study abroad students, mostly from the States. The drinks are cheap at most establishments. Some bars offer beer pong and other drinking related activities popular in America. So if you are looking to meet people who speak English then head down here for the night. There are a few clubs in the vicinity. If you are looking to meet locals and speak Italian exclusively then this is not the place for you.
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alen_rus alen_rus
1 reviews
Campo de Fiori or how to spend three hours in Rome doing nothig Mar 29, 2008
The region around Campo de Fiori is weaved from many small, crooked passes twined by ivy. You can spend hours watching pictorial arches and fragments of antique sarcophagus fixed in a board of Tabacchinies. Market traders with cheeses, flowers. Musicians.... Just let yourself get lost around here .
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zoecricks zoecricks
4 reviews
Jun 29, 2007
Lovely just to wander around it's nothing spectacular but to take in the culture and the amazing array of colours which your bombarded with from all the various fruits, veg, and flowers it worth a look!

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