Campo de Fiori Market Rome

The daily market at the Campo de’ Fiori is one of the oldest in Rome. Its official name is Mercato Regionale Regola, even though the square is not in the Regola, but in the Parione district. Thanks to its location it is always mentioned in guidebooks, but it is far less authentic and way more expensive than similar markets in the city.

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Piazza Sant’Andrea della Valle Fountain Rome

The early 17th century fountain in the Piazza Sant’Andrea della Valle is one of Rome‘s most centrally located fountains, in front of the Chiesa di Santa Maria in Trasportina, just off the Corso Vittorio Emanuele and near the Pantheon and Piazza Navona.

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Top 10 Tourist Attractions Parione District Rome

The sixth rione of Rome, Parione, is not the largest district of the city, but it is located in the middle of the historic centre and therefore has a very interesting Top 10 Tourist Attractions. These include two of the most beautiful squares in the city.

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Corso del Rinascimento Rome

The Corso del Rinascimento in Rome connects the Piazza delle Cinque Lune to the Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. The street runs parallel to the long side of the Piazza Navona. The Piazza Madama divides the street into two sections. The Corso del Rinascimento forms the border between the districts of Parione (on the west side) and Sant’Eustachio (east side).

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