Campo dei Fiori
It's very close to Piazza Navona. If you don't gets lost! If you cross the big street Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it should take only 5 minutes.
You have to see it. And it is worth it. But be prepared that this piazza and the sorrounding streets are quite popular with tourist and at night the crowd is very young.
Obviously the big drawcard is the famous open-air market(every morning), offering flowers, vegetables, fruit, cheap clothes and knickknaks.
There is some good clothes and shoe shopping in this area, some great delicatessens and bakeries, however, it is not as upmarket as area closest to the Spanish Steps or Piazza Navona. Check out Piazza Farnese, which is right beside this busy piazza that is always more tranquil and is home to the stunning palazzo of the French Embassy.
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