Shopping at the capital provides exciting and diverse opportunities to gratify yourself. From fashion into person and the quirky, anything and everything is offered to people seeking to do some damage to your bank account.
Arriving back in a Rome design resort with bulging shopping bags laden is just one of the joys of seeing this superb city!
The Via Condotti is the major street in town for top end shopping. The great homes have a presence such as Valentino, Fendi, Armani, Gucci and Bulgari. Ferrari has its product outlet the street which runs in the foot of the Spanish Steps, on the Via del Corso, also you’ll be able to purchase anything to sunglasses and watches from mugs. Additionally you will see shops for labels like North Face and Bottega Veneto.
Second-hand and antiques Finds
There is no denying it might be a struggle to discover a deal and that this is a costly town, but hunting amongst the offerings in Dal Papa Re, in the Trastevere district, can help you do just that. Dal Papa Re specialises in 18th and 19th century antiques along with a keen eye could unearth a treasure that is genuine. Well worth a trip Carlo Virgilio on Via del Lupa is for art fans; they inventory 20th and 19th century drawings at costs that could make a souvenir.
If clothing are your thing and you may find yourself at the 1950s or 1960s’ fashions, pay a visit to Abiti Usati on Via del Governo Vecchio. In the event the 1930s are the period of selection, the place is Mado on the road – where you’ll find pieces that the Italian grandmothers of today wore in their childhood.
Like most cities Rome has an eclectic combination of markets, selling everything from everyday essentials (such as fruit and veggies) to flea market deals. The Campo de’ Fiori includes a food marketplace where you can purchase fish alongside kitchen utensils and Italian tablecloths. The Porta Portese is the city’s flea market and is at the area within walking distance in your Rome layout resort.
Second hand clothing and New are available together with terracotta replicas of decorations.