Piazza Navona, Campo de' Fiori, and the Jewish Ghetto
The area around Piazza Navona, Campo de’ Fiori, and the Jewish Ghetto, also known as the Campo Marzio (Field of Mars) for its martial past, is one of the city’s most beautiful, most atmospheric, and liveliest neighborhoods. More than almost anywhere else in Rome, this is an area worth getting lost in, with cobblestone side streets and artisanal shops just around the corner from the piazze and sights that crowd with tourists (and the establishments that cater to them).
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Campo de' Fiori
In the mornings, Campo de' Fiori, an evocative piazza ringed by medieval palazzi, is one of the city’s most popular…Learn More >
Although today most of Rome's Jews live outside the Ghetto, the area remains the spiritual and cultural home of Jewish…Learn More >
In terms of sheer sensual enjoyment—from a mouthwatering range of restaurants and caffè to the ornate Baroque settings—it's tough to…Learn More >