This square is bursting with life boasting three fountains, two churches and seemingly hundreds of little cafes. There are vendors selling knock off bags, costumed people blowing bubbles that rise up past the roofs, and a lot of posing for photos but it seems everyone is in a good mood. Whilst it is undeniably delightful and sweet and exciting, it’s truly a tourist place, with everything catered towards appeasing English speakers and visitors from abroad. To combat this, skip the expensive restaurants surrounding the square. While there are an abundance of places to choose from that look out upon the square, the quieter surrounding streets have more authentic options, with traditional trattorias squeezing into the little alleys.