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BEST SHOPPING IN ROME: 10 PLACES TO VISIT

Wandering around the city of Rome can leave a shopaholic breathless. From internationally renowned Italian fashion houses to budget-friendly ready-to-wear clothing to unusual souvenirs, there’s simply so much to see in this ancient city. Here are some of the places to visit to experience the best shopping in Rome:

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Best Shopping in Rome – Flea Markets

Mercato di Via Sannio

Shop for secondhand clothing, various bric-a-brac and different refreshments in this outdoor flea market from Monday to Saturday.

Porta Portese

Every Sunday, Porta Portese transforms into a large flea market where you can find clothing, home goods and media sold in over a hundred stalls.

Best Shopping in Rome – Novelty Stores and Specialty Shops

Comandini

For religious gifts, you can visit Comandini on Borgo Pio.

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Enoteca Buccone

Enoteca Buccone is definitely a place to visit if you are looking for Italian wine and other spirits.

Fabriano Boutique

All over the world, writers, publishers and artists place high regard to Fabriano. Its high quality paper products are showcased in its shop on Via del Babuino.

L’Artigianato

One can find this quaint novelty store selling beautiful kitchenware and colourful ceramics at Piazza Navona.

Best Shopping in Rome – Shopping Hubs

Galleria Alberto Sordi

Designer retail shops dominate the Art Nouveau Galleria Alberto Sordi. Formerly called Galleria Colonna, this shopping arcade also has eating places and is a venue for various events and exhibitons.

La Rinascente

La Rinascente is a Milan-based department store bringing international fashion, beauty, household, food, design and accessories brands to Rome. 

Piazza di Spagna

Aside from the Fontana della Barcaccia, this public square is frequented by locals and tourists due to the various shops surrounding it. Famous international brands in the area include Escada Italia, LOEWE, Chanel, Longchamp, Sephora and Versace.

Via Condotti

This busy street in Rome is home to the shops of several big names in designer goods: Dolce & Gabanna, Valentino, Gucci and Bulgari to name a few.

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