Campo de’ Fiori is a lively square in the center of Rome. Usually, there is a day market where you can buy local delicatessen. The statue in the middle of the square represents Giordano Bruno, the Italian philosopher who was burned alive there in 1600 for his theories against the Church. In fact, he conceptually extended the then-new Copernican model, for which the Earth moves around the Sun. At that time, the Church still supported the theory the Earth was at the center of the universe.
Near the area and in Piazza Campo de’ Fiori there are many nice cafes where you can relax and enjoy a glass (or more) of wine.
How to get there
Bus: Line 64, 116, 87, 186