From early morning with the famous open market, with counters full of fruits and vegetables, with coloured flowers and the unmistakable fragrance of bread and pizza just taken out of the oven from the “craftsmen” of “Forno Campo de’ Fiori”. Close to Campo de fiori square, which some people think to be the best area of Rome, there is one of the most important sites of the eternal city, Piazza Farnese, where you can see and visit the marvellous ‘Palazzo Farnese’, nowdays home of the French Embassy. But remember: the Embassy can be visited only every 14th of July, on the occasion of the seizure of the Bastille, therefore if you’re visiting Rome in summertime don’t miss this wonderful opportunity!
Campo de Fiori by night turns into a place for meetings and entertainment for younger people. The area, in fact, is full of restaurants, outdoor cafes, nightclubs, cinemas and theatres among the best of the city. Among the restaurants, we advise you “La Carbonara”, for its strategical position in Campo de’ Fiori and of course for its typical Roman cookery; “Ditirambo”, in Piazza della Cancelleria, for its more refined cuisine; “l’Osteria del Pesce”, in Via di Monserrato, for the lovers of ichthyic products; “Roscioli”, in Via dei Giubbonari, “Bric”, in Via del Pellegrino, and “Cul de Sac” in Piazza Pasquino for who loves a snack based on French cheeses, good cold cuts, and much-sought products.