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Shopping In Rome

Rome is a heaven for shopaholics, especially if you are looking for leather goods (purses, belts, wallets, shoes, bags, jackets and gloves) & decorative items like glassware and lamps, and other accessories. Top brands like Fendi, Bulgari, & Valentino originate from Rome, so you’ll run into their flagship stores in the city. There are also numerous outdoor flea markets & antique stores to shop from.

Piazza di Spagna

Piazza di Spagna and the area around is the main area for ladies’ suits, jewellery, and shoes. Via Margutta, Via del Corso, and Via del Banbuino have lots of prestigious antique shops selling products of contemporary designers and stylists.

Porta Portese Flea Market

The best flea market in the city, the Porta Portese flea market held in Rome's Trastevere district is the best place for collector items and for those who are interested in buying antiques. This place is also known for duplicate CDs, furniture, apparels, and replica designer gear, while Via Sannio is famous for classic and traditional articles of clothing.

Via del Corso

Via del Corso is a great place where you can shop for branded and designer goods, while Rioneof Monti is a one-stop destination to shop for handcrafted jewellery, vintage clothes, and gorgeous home goods. 

Via Cola di Rienzo

Via Cola di Rienzo is the most popular shopping street in Rome. Several boutiques co-exist with the many family-owned, unbranded shops in this area.

Via Margutta

The Via Margutta is a tiny street in the Campo Marzio with art studios, eateries, and antique merchants. 

Rome is a heaven for shopaholics, especially if you are looking for leather goods (purses, belts, wallets, shoes, bags, jackets and gloves) & decorative items like glassware and lamps, and othe...

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