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Six Shopping Streets in Rome

Do you want to know where to shop in Rome? In these six streets, you’ll find small shops with the most famous handicrafts, boutiques of the best-known brands, shopping malls, and many other shopping facilities.


From Piazza Venezia to Piazza del Popolo, Via del Corso is one of the main streets of the historic center: shops for every taste and budget, from internationally famous brands to small Italian shops where authenticity is the master.

How to get there: metro A, stop “Piazza di Spagna”

Tips: it’s better to go during the week, Sunday is the most crowded day.


Via del Pellegrino is an interesting street with ancient handicraft shops: you’ll find herbalist, ceramic, leather, and book shops and small typical restaurants. It is without a doubt a way to stimulate all your senses!

How to get there: from Termini station take the bus 40 or 64, stop “Chiesa Nuova”

Tips: Take your partner with you, he won't be bored!


Many prefer this street to the famous Via del Corso: clothing, shoes, accessories, gifts, here you’ll find everything to fulfill your desire to buy, buy and buy some more!

How to get there: metro A, stop “Ottaviano”

Tips: also visit the market in Piazza Unità


Do you love everything that’s vintage? Well, then, this is the street for you! Vintage clothes, accessories and more from the sixties and seventies.

How to get there: from Termini station take the bus 40 or 64, stop “Chiesa Nuova”

Tips: Nearby you will find the charming Piazza Navona


This street, which is little known by tourists, is full of clothing and shoe shops. Here you’ll find more affordable prices than in the city center. We recommend going there if you’d like to spend a relaxing afternoon and meet hundreds of Romans shopping, drinking a coffee or enjoying an ice cream.

How to get there: metro A, stop “Porta Furba” or “Subaugusta”

Tips: If you like street art, visit the famous neighborhood “Quadraro”


Armani, Gucci, Dolce e Gabbana, Ferragamo, Luis Vuitton. “Luxurious” is the fitting adjective for this unique street which is often enriched by the most creative street artists.

How to get there: metro A, stop “Piazza di Spagna” 

Tips: stop at the “Antico Caffè Greco”, the city’s historic café



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