Campo de' Fiori, Rome, Italy

Campo de' Fiori, Rome, Italy

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 9,306 vacation rentals near Campo de' Fiori. From 7,898 apartments to 559 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Campo de' Fiori for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Discover traditional Rome in Campo de' Fiori

A bustling Medieval square in Rome's historic center, Campo de' Fiori is noisy and colorful and one of the city's best-loved piazzas. Featuring an eclectic selection of mismatched buildings, the square is a favorite gathering spot for locals and visitors to the city alike. Those travelers lucky enough to find themselves in a Campo de' Fiori vacation rental will find themselves within a short stroll of the square's bustling daily market, not to mention some of the Eternal City's most iconic attractions. The Basilica of Santa Maria, the Pantheon and the revered Trevi Fountain are all nearby.

Shopping and sightseeing in Campo de' Fiori

The open-air market is a must visit during a stay in a Campo de' Fiori vacation rental. It's one of the last markets of its kind in the city and dozens of traders set up their stalls early mornings between Monday and Saturday to tout a diverse selection of local produce, flowers and souvenirs to shoppers. The market winds down by mid-afternoon, allowing the square's pavement cafes and bars to take center stage. Before settling in to enjoy an aperitivo, it's well worth exploring some of the side streets leading off the square where highlights include the largely untouched and delightfully atmospheric Arch of Acetari.

Peek into the past near Campo de' Fiori

Campo de' Fiori vacation rentals provide a great base from which to explore Rome's fascinating past. Within a short walk of rentals, you'll find the Museum of Rome housed in a restored 18th-century palace, while just a little further afield, the National Museum of Palazzo Venezia displays works of art from the Middle Ages through to the Renaissance period. If you're traveling with kids, heading straight to the Explora Museum for Children will earn you some serious brownie points, but be sure to stop at the Colosseum for a pic with the Gladiators along the way.

Seasonal sweet spots in Campo de' Fiori

A vacation in Rome is likely to prove memorable no matter when you choose to bed down in a rental, but it's still worth planning ahead to ensure your trip lives up to expectations. Sun-seekers number in their 1000s over the summer high season, but despite the appeal of eating gelato on sunny days, queues for big-ticket attractions can become snake-like and rental rates can shoot up alongside demand. Some travelers often choose to hang fire until the shoulder seasons of April to May and September to October when rental rates are more attractive and lines for attractions can be less fearsome.

Gorgeous green spaces near Campo de' Fiori

Green spaces may be hard to come by in Campo de' Fiori, but widen your horizons a little and outdoor time is firmly on the agenda. Within a 15-minute walk of most rentals, and easily accessible via the Ponte Sisto and Ponte Giuseppe Mazzini bridges that lead across the Tiber River, the university-owned Botanical Gardens Rome counts a Japanese tea garden and a bamboo grove among its many delightful features. North-east of the square, the vast Villa Borghese is home to Rome Biopark, a popular zoo where inhabitants include everything from Komodo dragons to elephants.