The talk will review the main results on flavour physics of the LHCb
The LHCB detector is a spectometer with acceptance covering the forward pseudorapidity region 2 eta 5.
It is designed primarily to study the properties of heavy-flavoured hadrons produced in pp collisions at the LHC.
By studying rare decays and CP violation effects, LHCB can make precise tests of the Standard Model and search for new physics hints. The status of the experiment and a selection of the LHCb measurement will be presented, including the latest results from the 1/fb data sample collected in 2011.