Rome’s Best Shopping Streets
Don’t hang up your tennis shoes just yet. If you haven’t explored Rome’s famous shopping streets, we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re looking for name brand shops or hidden gems, these streets will have you exploring for hours! Take in the history while shopping and stop and the Trevi Fountain or Spanish Steps for a break! These streets will make you want to shop until you drop!
Via Del Corso
Are you looking for somewhere to shop until you drop? Then Via del Corso is the place for you! Located in the heart of Rome, this buzzing street has everything from technology to clothing to beauty. With major affordable name brands like Zara and H&M to more expensive brands like Miss Sixty. As you move from store to store the energy from the thousands of visitors adds to the hype, this crowded street is filled with people ready to do some major spending! This 1.5km long street will leave you wanting more, and if you can’t see everything in one day well… you’ll just have to come back for more!
Looking for luxury? No problem! Via Condotti runs perpendicular to Via del Corso, you can pop over to this street to find brands like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada, and many more! This slightly quieter street is home to many of the best Italian founded luxury brands. This is an amazing place to rub shoulders with brands you’ve only dreamed about, and maybe, just maybe do some damage to your credit card… Need somewhere to take a breather after seeing all these amazing brands? Well, Via Condotti is just a block away from the beautiful Spanish Steps! Rest your feet while sitting in the heart of the Historical Center of Rome!
Via Cola di Renzo
Starting just behind Castel Sant’Anglo on the Tiber River stopping just before Vatican City this beautiful tree street is an amazing place to shop if you’re staying near the Prati area. This is the place to go if you’re trying to avoid the craziness of Via del Corso, with a much more relaxed energy you’re able to shop on your own time not the crowds. Being able to find many Italian based brands and other brands from around the world at a reasonable price makes Prati the area to shop for those not looking to go crazy with their credit cards.
Via del Governo Vecchio
If you’re looking for something leather you’ve come to the right place. Located just behind Piazza Navona Via del Govereno is a great place to shop if you like small shops and boutiques. You can find affordable leather goods like shoes, pursues, and more things that are unique! This street is definitely less about name brand shops and more about finding your own treasure trove. If you’re feeling hungry you can move towards the Piazza and you will find different cafes and restaurants to choose from.
Via del Boschetto and Via Urban
For people who are not all about name brand shops head over to the neighborhood of Monti to find more personal unique items. For those who have more of a taste for vintage Via Urbana is the street for you! If you’re looking for homemade accessories that are artisanal then you should stop by Via del Boschetto! Around Monti there are many other hidden streets with hidden gems down them that you should go exploring. You can pick up an espresso and then be ready to explore some more of the side streets of Rome.
La Rinascente Tritone
Sometimes walking down endless streets of shops in the summer heat can be exhausting. If you want to escape the humid Italian heat the La Rinascente department store is the place for you. This eight story center is filled with designer clothing, cosmetics, and accessories! Move up to the rooftop for the Sunset Bar where you can enjoy a meal while watching the sunset over the city as a beautiful garden surrounds you. Finished with dinner but not ready for the night to end? Take a short walk to the world famous Trevi Fountain and make a wish to finish off a perfect day.
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