About Rome Shops

(Rome, Italy)

With its chic boutiques, large department stores, interesting specialist shops and bustling markets, Rome is a great place to look for bargains.

Shopping: Where to Shop in Rome

Expensive boutiques can be found around the Piazza Di Spagna, while the via Del Governo Vecchio is a good place to look for second-hand clothes shops and jewellery. At the top of the Spanish steps is a delightful and less crowded shopping street, Via Sistina.

Antique hunters can find some Italian treasures at the traditional small shops at Via del Babuino, though the designer outlets have crept in here too. Via Borgognona is another place to flash your platinum credit card.

A nice area to do some window shopping, people watching or simply relax while shopping, is the completely pedestrianised Via Frattina, where prices are a little more down to earth.

Several good toy shops including Bertè at Piazza Navona can be found in Rome, while the via del Babuino is known for its many antique shops. If you are into antiques then don't miss the Non Solo Tarli, a huge antiques market held twice a year. Rome's biggest market is the Porta Portese, which sells a very wide variety of goods.

Shopping Centres and Malls

Centro Commerciale Parco Leonardo
Address: Viale Bramante, 31 / 65, Fiumicino, Rome, Italy
Tel: +39 (0)6 4542 2448
Website: www.parcoleonardo.it/

Address: Via dell'Oceano Pacifico, Rome, Italy
Tel: +39 (0)6 526 2161
Website: www.euroma2.it/

Galleria Commerciale Porta Di Roma Spa
Address: Via delle Vigne Nuove, Rome, Italy
Tel: +39 (0)6 8707 0966
Website: www.galleriaportadiroma.it/

RomaEst Centro Commerciale Roma
Address: Via Collatina 858, Rome, Italy
Tel: +39 (0)6 2296 6541
Website: www.romaest.cc/

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