Between Corso Vittorio and the Tiber River Rome offers its many faces. The open-air market of Campo dé Fiori conserves the tranquil atmosphere of other times, when powerful families lived herein their beautiful buildings among dozens of churches and small artisan shops belonging to the bright common peoples of Rome.
With the oncoming of the evening the district animates with Romans and tourists, whichcolour the streets until late at night.
From Piazza Farnese, following Via Monserrato, in a few minutes you arrive at Piazza de’ Ricci that takes its name from the building, famous for its façade fresco painted in the 16th century by Polidoro da Caravaggio, Raffaello’s student.
Here you will find Pierluigi’s restaurant which founded in 1938, has during the years been capable of uniting traditional Roman hospitality with the efficiency necessary of our times.