Rome Campo De Fiori

Planning a trip to Italy? Make sure to include Campo de Fiori Rome to your to-do list!

Campo de Fiori means Field of Flowers. The square got its name because of its location which used to be a field full of flowers. The square is located on the south of Piazza Navona. This square is located between various other great attractions, so it is a good idea to plan your visit before, and walk along the many Piazzas in the area.

Get to know Campo De Fiori in Rome

This popular square is usually very busy with locals and tourists during the day. It’s used as an open daily marketplace, since 1869. If you like cooking, come and buy some fresh vegetable and fish, and maybe just walk around and take photos – the market makes a wonderful subject for pretty pictures – so make sure you don’t miss this market. If you find yourself walking around till the dark hours of the day, don’t worry, it’s just getting better! This is the time when the square transforms into a meeting place where students, young couples and older men gather around, just to spend some nice time out or even play some football… Nevertheless, you should always be careful, this place could get a bit wild in the night.

If you are a literature lover, you might recognize the name of this square from the poem “Campo di Fiori” by Czeslaw Milosz, a polish Nobel laureate. As we already mentioned the Campo di Fiori is located close to the Piazza Navona, which was built over the ancient Stadium of Domitian, where spectators used to watch Roman games such as gladiator fights, and there is still a hint of the chariot racing stadium at the northern end of the big square.

To help you find the best attractions around Campo de’Fiori, we’ve created many video guides about all the top things to do and see in Rome. Watch them for free and plan a fun and rich day out in the Eternal City! Don’t forget to take some time to relax in a café or restaurant near one of the many piazzas this magnificent city offers you – also people watching can be a great attraction after all.

Skip the Line: Vatican Museums Walking Tour including Sistine Chapel, Raphael's Rooms and St Peter's

Visit the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica on this must-do Vatican walking tour, in a group of no more than 20 people! With some 12,000 rooms spanning nearly 4,000 years of history, the Vatican’s magnificent museum complex can be overwhelming, so let an expert guide introduce you to its defining highlights on this 3-hour tour. Visit Raphael’s Rooms, Gallery of the Maps and more, and then step inside the Sistine Chapel to see Michelangelo’s fresco ‘The Creation of Adam.’ Finish with a St Peter’s Basilica tour and hear the secrets of the holiest place in Christendom. Choose from four different start times or upgrade to a small-group tour (12 people maximum). Skip the long lines for St. Peter’s Basilica with special access directly from the Sistine Chapel.

Due to a new Vatican partnership, this tour provides VIP access through a reserved door, allowing you to skip all the lines – even the priority lines.

USD 70.65$

Skip the Line: Ancient Rome and Colosseum Half-Day Walking Tour

Leave the crowds behind and head straight inside the Colosseum with your skip-the-line entrance ticket! In a group of no more than 25 people, explore the first and second tiers of this A-list attraction with a guide, learning about the gladiators who competed in the Colosseum’s gory gladiatorial games. Finish with a tour of the Roman Forum in Ancient Rome and admire incredible ruins, like the Temple of Julius Caesar.

If you want to see the Colosseum Underground Chambers, Arena and Upper Tier, then upgrade! – These areas that are either newly opened or normally off-limits.

USD 60.22$

Viator VIP: Sistine Chapel Private Viewing and Small-Group Tour of the Vatican's Secret Rooms

See the Vatican as VIPs do – with this once-in-a-lifetime private Sistine Chapel viewing and tour of the Vatican Museum's secret rooms. This exclusive gives you unprecedented VIP access to the magnificent rooms that are usually off-limits to the public, allowing you to see a side of the Vatican that most never will. Be awed by secret rooms like the Niccoline Chapel and the Room of Gold, and see sights like Raphael’s Rooms.

Due to a new Vatican partnership, this tour provides VIP access through a reserved door, allowing you to skip all the lines – even the priority lines. End your tour with an after-hours private viewing of the Sistine Chapel, empty except for your group (average 15 people) and guide. Michelangelo's fresco in the Sistine Chapel – including The Creation of Adam – is considered the most influential fresco in the history of Western art. See it with no crowds, linger over every detail, and earn one-of-a-kind bragging rights for the rest of your life!

USD 382.19$

Pompeii Day Trip from Rome

Hike up Mount Vesuvius and then explore the UNESCO-listed ruins of Pompeii on a must-do day trip from Rome! Going at a steady pace, the hike includes a walk on the ridge of Italy’s famously feisty volcano, allowing incredible views down into the crater itself. After a pizza lunch in Naples, head to Pompeii to see the havoc that Mount Vesuvius reaped on it in AD 79. Tour the UNESCO-listed excavations, seeing fossils and well-preserved ruins while hearing the horrors that befell this intriguing ancient city.

Mount Vesuvius is inaccessible from November 1, till March 8. During these months, your volcano hike is replaced with a tour of the National Archeological Museum of Pompeii.

USD 155.19$

Capri Day Trip from Rome

Visit the chic island of Capri on a day trip from Rome, led by an expert local guide! After traveling from Rome to Naples, cross over to the gorgeous island to see its highlights. Hop aboard a boat to the Blue Grotto if you wish, and enjoy a relaxing lunch in the hilltop village of Anacapri. Explore Capri’s main town at leisure, and then leave the island for your journey back to Rome.

USD 149.63$