Party Earth Review When the sun sinks to the horizon and the heat of the city subsides, the hip urban tide of Rome changes direction as streams of people head toward Campo de’ Fiori. The majority of this vibrant square is occupied by over... ... read full review
Piazza Campo de’ Fiori
Centro, Rome –
When the sun sinks to the horizon and the heat of the city subsides, the hip urban tide of Rome changes direction as streams of people head toward Campo de’ Fiori.
The majority of this vibrant square is occupied by over twenty bars and restaurants of every stripe, where an international crowd gathers to mingle and share a drink after a day of sightseeing, study, or work.
Despite the plethora of places to choose from, most of the rambunctious patrons show up at the square without a particular destination in mind – after all, the bars are all quite similar with basic décor, comparative prices, tons of outdoor seating, and outgoing crowds that pack the area every night.
Popular with both locals and travelers, Campo de’ Fiori is a great meeting point for those who want a headstart on the evening’s festivities, or who just want to settle in for the night to enjoy the square’s happening scene.
All types and ages during the day, younger local and international crowd later on, both mainstream and alternative, early 20s to 40s.
Street performers from magicians to musicians.
Plenty of dining options including La Carbonara, Taverna del Campo, Aristocampo, and Ristorante Virgilio. Most bars close at 2am.
Crowds build at sunset and after 8pm every night. Packed Thursdays through Saturdays after 10pm.