Campo de' Fiori Square is one of the most characteristic squares of the city of Rome, because it manages to keep a characteristic atmosphere and popular tradition, thanks also to the local market based there, a sort of continuous old market that has got its reputation from ancient times. In fact Campo de' Fiori Square was among the most important horse markets of the city. The sales of animals in this square were brought to the attention of the public by Pope Callistus III in 1456 who desired a revaluation of the area and began to attend it assiduously. Already at that time different reception activities were born and the nights were dedicated to the many stakeholders who visited from all over the country.
Today these activities have remained intact though growing and evolving according to new rules of the tourist market. In the following we'll provide a comprehensive list of bed and breakfasts, apartments, rooms for rent and holiday houses in Rome. Staying overnight here really means to stay in the heart of the capital, in the immediate vicinity of the most popular tourist destinations such as Navona Square, Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon.
This area is different because of the traditional atmosphere that you can inhale while walking around the admirably composed by low important buildings, charming narrow streets, charming squares and the activities such as catering establishments serving typical roman dishes and the many craft shops.
Finally to mention is the imposing statue standing in the middle of the square dedicated to the memory of Giordano Bruno, the founder figure of the Dominican order and philosopher, burned in this very spot.