In the evening, when the market stalls are now closed, Campo de 'Fiori transforms into one of the most popular destinations of the Roman night life. Filled by people and bars, pubs, bars and various restaurants, the atmosphere of the square is an essential Roman experience.
Campo de 'Fiori, during the Middle Ages was reduced to an abandoned lawn (this is the origin of its name), for centuries it was the place of public execution stage. Among them, it has passed into history, in 1600, the one ofGiordano Bruno, whose statue dominates the center of the square. Do not miss, in the immediate vicinity, the historic streets with traditional shops that still bear the names of the artisans who once worked there, such as Via dei Baullari, Via dei Cappellari or street Via dei Giubbonari.