Shopping in Rome

Rome is a great place for shopping, with department stores all over the city. There are some famous shopping areas in Rome that you should not miss.

Piazza di Spagna – Via dei Condotti is an ancient street, where you can find now the shops of all famous Italian designers like Armani, Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Prada, Valentino and others.

Via del Corso lies between Piazza del Popolo and Piazza Venezia. It is very popular among tourists due to the Ferrari store and Swarowski Crystal shop.

Trastevere actually means ”across the Tiber” and is a great place for shopping. Here is an outdoor food market in the Piazza San Cosimato.

Viale Marconi and Porta Portese. Viale Marconi is situated 15 minutes away form the Colosseum and can be reached by taking the metro line B in Marconi direction. Porta Portese is a famous Roman flea market that takes place every Sunday from 8 am to 2 pm.

In Piazza Vittorio there is a food market with a wide array of fresh fruits, fish and meat. It is visited by lots of tourists.

Piazza Navona is famous for its art galleries and antiquities shops, that are also spread on the nearby streets.

Rome also has several shopping malls.

Euroma 2 has 240 shops, 40 bars and restaurants. It is located on Viale Cristoforo Colombo, at the intersection with Viale dell’Oceano Pacifico (Metro stop: Eur Palasport – Eur Fermi on Line B). Official website: www.euroma2.it.

Porta Di Roma has 220 shops, a multiplex cinema with 13 screens, two swimming pools and a fitness centre. Official website: www.galleriaportadiroma.it.

Roma Est has 210 shops, a multiplex cinema with 12 screens, 24 bars and restaurants. Official website: www.romaest.cc.

Parco Leonardo is located near Fiumincino Airport. It features 216 shops, multiplex cinema with 24 screens, a 16 lane bowling, a slot machines area and Wi-Fi spots. The cinema is the biggest in Italy. Official website: www.parcoleonardo.it.