Besides its vast number tourist attractions, the eternal city offers a great variety of shops and stores in which quite everything is available: from the most famous brands to works of craftsmanship and culinary delights. Here is a small guide to go shopping in Rome.
Generally, shopping centres open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Clothing stores and boutique are closed on Sunday and on Monday mornings. Supermarkets are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Via Condotti is the street of the most famous Italian brands. Here you will find the boutiques of Armani, Gucci, Bulgari or Ferragamo, just to make some examples. Other streets popular for their shops and boutiques are:
- Via del Corso (Trevi Fountain/ Piazza di Spagna)
- Via Condotti (Piazza di Spagna)
- Via Borgognona (Piazza di Spagna)
- Via Fratina (Trevi Fountain)
- Via della Vite (Trevi Fountain)
- Piazza di Spagna (Piazza di Spagna)
- Via Cola di Rienzo (Prati / San. Pietro - Vatican)
- Via Candia (Prati / San. Pietro - Vatican)
- Via dei Giubbonari (Campo de’ Fiori)
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You can find a lot of antique shops or stores in Via Giulia, Via dei Coronari (near Piazza Navona), Via Margutta and Via del Babuino (Piazza di Spagna).
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- Porta Portese (Trastevere) - Piazza di Portaportese.
It’s the most famous market in Rome. It is held on Sunday.
- Campo de' Fiori (Campo de' Fiori) - Piazza Campo de' Fiori.
Picturesque fish and vegetable market. It is held every day of the week, except for Sunday.
- Fontanella Borghese (Pantheon) - Piazza Borghese.
Antiques and books market.
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Here you can find quite everything: clothes, kitchen tools, parfumes, suitcases, etc. The most important shopping centers are:
- Upim (Trevi Fountain)
Via del Tritone 171
- La Rinascente (Trevi Fountain)
Via del Tritone
- La Rinascente (Via Veneto)
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