Destination: Campo de' Fiori
Whether you are at Starhotels in Rome, walking through town and stopping to buy seasonal fruit at the wooden stalls or having a coffee or drink in one of the many bars surrounding the Campo de’ Fiori.
Every day, it attracts numerous foreigners and discerning citizens of Rome who are dying to taste the slices of pizza, always hot and fresh from the oven; there is “Carbonara”, the only restaurant that has been in the Piazza for more than a hundred years.
There is the Ancient Norcinera Viola, established in 1890 and famous for its cured hams, salamis, sausages and pork cheek.
The Cinema Farnese, which has been presenting theatre since the thirties and later cinema.
Via dei Giubbonari is home to the historic Roscioli delicatessen that has been running since 1824, and is a “must” for lovers of good food.
On Via dei Cappellari, there are still artisan shops today: jewellery and hand-decorated porcelain.
In the beautiful Piazza de’ Ricci is Ristorante Pierluigi, established in 1938, and offering excellent fish to delight the palate.