Shopping in Rome Italy
Shopping in Rome Italy is a favorite activity for a Rome Holiday.
Italian fashion is world reknown and leather products from Italy are beautiful.
This Rome shopping guide will help you find the favorite Roman shopping areas.
Check out other travel tips such as weather, getting the best airfare, shopping, restaurants and more in my Rome tourist guide.
Rome Shopping near Piazza Spagna and the Spanish Steps
Among the shopping areas worth visiting while in Rome is the one found surrounding Piazza Spagna. Here you will find a host of European and Italian brands such as Benneton, Versace, Gucci, Prada, Missoni, Louis Vitton, Dolce e Gabbana and more.
Aside from these places, you may want to consider heading north of the piazza where other less crowded stores can be found. Among these is Tad where different types of high end products such as furniture and clothing can be found.
Shopping in Rome Italy Campo de'Fiori
Campo dei Fiori is a good place to shop for some specific items. On Via del Pellegrino you will find bookshops to puruse. Via dei Baullari shops carry trunks. Stroll down Via dei Giubbonari for clothing and tailors for that perfect fit.
There is also the beautiful and lively morning market which offers a wide variety of meats, cheese, other food and of course, flowers!
Near Navona Plaza on Via della Pace you will find a street morning market.
Shopping in the Jewish Ghetto
Check out the many Kosher grocers here. Also, there is the Menorah Bookshop and Judaica Shop of all things Jewish. There are also many well-known jewelers including Astrologo.
Via del Babuino Cheap Shopping Rome
You can also head to Via del Babuino where you can purchase branded clothes, shoes, and jewelry at prices that you can afford.
Via Cola di Rienzo Rome Shopping
Another place worth visiting in Rome is the Via Cola di Rienzo. This is one of the most famous shopping places in Rome. It is located in the neighborhood of Prati and there are plenty of shops to be found here offering quality shoes, clothes and accessories. Although the prices are still a bit expensive, they are far more affordable than other stores found in Rome.
Coin, located in Via Cola di Rienzo, is another place to do some shopping in Rome. Here, you will find different kinds of furniture items as well as clothing and the basement is converted to a supermarket.
Rome shopping wouldn't be complete without travelling to the streets of Via Margutta where you will find plenty of antique shops, art galleries and restaurants.
Furniture shopping in Rome Italy
If you want to look at some furniture, visit Via dei Sediari. This street is where most armchairs and other types of chairs have been produced for centuries. You will definitely appreciate the amazing designs available.
Ancient mosaics are also being reproduced so you can have your own copy by visiting Via dei Gigli dOro. Tourists who are planning on shopping in Rome will definitely be delighted with the selection of clothes, shoes, bags, and accessories. There are even some interesting art sculptures that can't be found in other places.
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