We visited this twice. First time was at night, we were with a tour group learning of the dark parts of Rome and so it was fitting to start at the statue of Bruno.... I can see how some people would fine this place overrated (I read some reviews) but if you take time to know the history of this place, it is fascinating. Not only is it the only Piazza without a church.... it is the location of the older Flower Market!
We went back in the morning the following day and it was a bustling place with the flower market still in the same spot as before and many other vendors selling, pastas, touristy knick knacks, coffee accessories and so much more. We actually ate on a side street where I had the BEST Tiramisu of the trip ( I tried it every place we ate so this is saying something.) This area is very interesting, small and enjoyable... take the time to learn about the areas you visit and you will find them all the more fascinating and worth visiting. Like I said, we went back on our own after the tour... loved this place.
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