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Campo de' Fiori

Campo de' Fiori

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Free admission
Piazza Campo De Fiori, Rome, Province of Rome, 00186

The Basics

The name Campo de’ Fiori, or “field of flowers”, harks back to a time when this space was a meadow, but it also hints at its main attraction: the daily open-air market with vendors selling fruit, vegetables, and flowers. The Campo de’ Fiori, open daily from the early-morning hours, also has a lively nightlife, with young locals and visitors filling the square’s many cafés and bars.

Private Rome walking, electric bike, and Segway tours, as well as hop-on-hop-off tours, generally include a stop in Campo de’ Fiori, and often offer skip-the-line access to highlights like the Colosseum, Vatican (and Sistine Chapel), and Trevi Fountain. The square is best seen, however, as part of a food and wine tour that allows you to walk through the market stalls and sample local specialities. Many food tours pair a stop at the Campo de’ Fiori market with a walk through the Trastevere neighborhood and the historic Jewish ghetto.

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Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto
Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto
$73.95 per adult
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Amazing food and sites!
Claudio did an amazing job showing us the amazing foods of the Jewish ghetto. He was very knowledgeable and his English was excellent! I highly recommend taking this tour and enjoying both the sites and the foods. Fried artichokes- yum!!
Linda_N, Sep 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Rome

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Great way to start Rome
Meredith_B, Sep 2021
Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto
We did this tour on our first night in Rome which was a great way to see some sights and taste a variety of dishes. Our guide was amazing, very knowledgeable and friendly. We were with a few other couples which was nice to chat with others with wine and food. I would highly recommend this tour!
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Book at beginning of your Roman Holiday
Deborah_, Sep 2021
Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto
We booked this tour on our first Fay in Rome. We enjoyed our time with Antonia, it was like being introduced to Rome by a friend or family member. This to her was a great way to be introduced to traditional Roman food and get an orientation of the city and food history.
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Fantastic food experience and historic walk with our incredible guide Georgia!
Elizabeth_S, Sep 2021
Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, and Campo De' Fiori Market Food and Wine Tour
Our guide Georgia was the best thing about the tour. She was efficient, knowledgeable, and adorable. She did a great job with both the food experience and the history. We loved all of it!!!
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Amazing Food tour
Susan_P, Sep 2021
Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto
Alessandra was a charismatic and knowledgeable guide! This was a perfect way to start our adventure in Rome. she showed us some hidden gems we never would have found, and the tastings were pared with wine too!
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Beautiful city, wonderful guide, delicious food
Sarah_S, Sep 2021
Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, and Campo De' Fiori Market Food and Wine Tour
If you only take one tour in Rome, it should be this one. What can be a better day than exploring a beautiful city with an amazing guide while enjoying delicious food? Maria was a wonderful hostess and taught us so much about Italian culture. Such a memorable experience!
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The tour was fantastic....
Denley_B, Sep 2021
Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto
The tour was fantastic. Valeria was very knowledgeable of Roman food and showed us many authentic foods. A highlight for me was the market where she showed us local vegetable, meat, and cheese specialties. The food we ate at the restaurants had the ingredients we discussed at the market. My only regret is doing this on our last day in Rome, so we didn't have time to go back and use our new knowledge.
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Greta was an amazing guide!
Cathleen_C, Jul 2021
Jewish Ghetto and Campo Dè Fiori By Night Food, Wine and Sightseeing Tour
Our guide, Greta, was a highly knowledgeable guide who was also very relaxed and friendly. Her manner was conversational and not “ scripted”. She introduced our individual groups to each other so we all interacted easily. Walking through the neighborhoods with her felt like you were learning from a friend and she was delighted to answer any questions. We were all surprised at the quality and quantity of food served. I was expecting small tastes of food along the way, and at each stop we were seated at a table where the social and cultural aspects of the food were explained and we were given time to enjoy it. The restaurant personnel was always friendly. And the food kept coming! By the last bite of gelato I couldn’t believe we had experienced so much local food. I was expecting to be spending the evening on a “ tour”, and I went home feeling like I’d had a great night out with friends.
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Highly Recommend
Linda_F, Sep 2021
Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto
What a lovely experience. Daniella was a wonderful host, she was knowledgeable and fun. We had a history lesson and food tasting experience. I am so happy we took the tour in our first days here it enhance the remainder of our stay in Roma. It is easy walking, small group so the pace is nice and the conversation and discussion about either the food or the sites along the way was great for the entire group. Thank you
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Great food tour
Yvonne, Aug 2021
Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, and Campo De' Fiori Market Food and Wine Tour
Maria was wonderful. We tried many interesting foods and saw unique parts of Rome. The tiramisu was truly the best I’ve ever had. We had a chatty group and Maria was very patient with us. The tour was definitely a highlight of our trip.
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The best food tour!
Eboni_W, Sep 2021
Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto
Anastasia was AMAZING! I had such an amazing time on the tour with her. It was my 3rd time in Rome but I still learned so many new things from her. The whole experience was a pleasure and the food was delicious. I definitely recommend you arrive ready to eat and drink a lot of good food and wine.
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Delightful!
Ilissa_J, Sep 2021
Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto
Valeria was wonderful…so knowledgeable, funny, and had lovely personal stories to share. She also made sure I had food options at almost every stop, as I don’t eat most of the traditional foods known to Rome. Lovely small group of folks on the tour.
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Maria is a Wonderful tour guide!
Linda_M, Aug 2021
Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, and Campo De' Fiori Market Food and Wine Tour
Wonder tour and our tour guide Maria was very knowledgeable, professional and friendly. Thank You! Linda Morgan

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The square is pedestrian only and crowded with lively vendors hawking their wares, making it an interesting diversion for kids.

  • If you’re joining a walking or bike tour of Rome and Campo de’ Fiori, wear comfortable shoes and a hat.

  • Campo de’ Fiori is easy to navigate with a wheelchair or stroller, although the thick morning crowds may make the market difficult to navigate.

  • In addition to the stands themselves, there are plenty of cafés and gelato shops in or near the square, making the area perfect for a snack.

  • Shoppers are discouraged from touching the food; instead, point to your selection and the vendor will bag it for you.

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How to Get There

Campo de’ Fiori is located in the historic city center of Rome between Piazza Navona and the Tiber River. To reach the square by public transportation, take one of several buses to the Argentina stop on Largo di Torre Argentina—it’s just a short walk from there.

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Trip ideas


When to Get There

To get a real feel for Campo de’ Fiori, visit in the early morning, when the market is at its busiest, and then again in the late evening, when the market is closed but the cafés and bars lining the square fill up with revelers.

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The City of Markets

Campo de’ Fiori may be the best-known market in Rome, but the city is full of permanent and weekly food markets where you can stock up on seasonal produce and local specialties. The most beloved are Testaccio, which recently relocated from Piazza Testaccio into a modern facility; Piazza San Cosimo, a small market in the lively Trastevere neighborhood; and the Piazza dell’ Unità Market in the upscale Prati quarter.

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