Top 10 Shopping in Rome

10. Via Nazionale

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Kicking off the Top Ten Rome shopping with a little something for everyone, this eclectic street connects many of the main attractions in the city. From street venders to inexpensive shops to upscale stores like Furia, Stefanel, and MaxMara, this street has a little bit of everything for every budget. Don’t want to miss the sights to shop? The street begins with Piazza della Repubblica and ends with Trajan’s Market, so you can squeeze a few sights into your shopping day!

9. Via Margutta

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To take a break from the packed streets and crowded shops of Rome, visit Via Margutta for a breath of fresh Italian air. This little street has been an inspirational draw for artists of every kind—including Picasso, Fellini, Stravinsky, and Puccini. From high-end stores to antique shops and art galleries, this little Top 10 Rome shopping district combines elegant designs with local flare. Don’t miss Saddlers Union for their classic retro-rustic bags or Maurizio Grossi for premade or carved-to-order marble statues (just make sure it’ll fit in your carry-on)!

8. Porta Portese Flea Market

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Held every Sunday from 6 AM – 2 PM just outside the Piazza Porta Portese, this enormous, assorted flea market is sure to entertain you. With stalls selling everything from Peruvian shawls to rare books, this inexpensive shopping bazaar is full of spirit and surprises. You may need to search to find the hidden treasures underneath the faux-designer handbags, but for travelers on a budget this Top 10 Rome flea market has a lot to offer. Come prepared to bargain and watch your pockets – you never know what you’ll find at the flea market!

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7. Boggi Milano

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The streets of The Eternal City are chock-full of shopping for women – designer handbags, fine Italian leather accessories, the list is endless. But what about the men? Have no fear – Boggi Milano has provided fashion for the men of Rome since 1039, making it a worthy Top 10 Rome shopping contender. With stacks on stacks of every style of hat you can imagine, the expert staff will help you find the perfect hat to fit your personality. Open Mon 4-8 PM, Tues – Sat 10:30 AM – 8 PM.

6. EurRoma2

Located about 15 minutes south of the city center, EurRoma2 offers the classic mall shopping experience perfect for a too hot or too rainy day for the other Top Ten Rome shopping areas. Boasting three stories worth of boutiques, name brand clothing stores, and places to eat, this mall is sure to keep you entertained. Stop in to Bugsby’s Bar for a relaxing drink or at Fantasie di Gelato for a cool break from all that shopping. Open Tues – Sun 10 AM – 9 PM and Mon 12 PM – 9 PM. 

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5. Campo de'Fiori Area

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Located about 15 minutes south of the city center, EurRoma2 offers the classic mall shopping experience perfect for a too hot or too rainy day for the other Top Ten Rome shopping areas. Boasting three stories worth of boutiques, name brand clothing stores, and places to eat, this mall is sure to keep you entertained. Stop in to Bugsby’s Bar for a relaxing drink or at Fantasie di Gelato for a cool break from all that shopping. Open Tues – Sun 10 AM – 9 PM and Mon 12 PM – 9 PM. 

4. Via del Babuino

Running through the historic city center of Rome and just parallel to Via Margutte, Via del Babuino is part of the “Trident,” three streets meeting at a point at Piazza del Popolo. Though named after its landmark statue—one of the least attractive in all of Rome—Baboon Street is quite the opposite, possessing a series of upscale shops (like Chanel) and luxurious hangouts (like the Stravinskij Bar). Stop in for a bite at Caffè Canova – Tadolini, a museum café and bar serving the best Roman pasta dishes and drinks.

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3. Via del Corso

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A refreshingly straight street in a hilly, winding city, Via del Corso boasts 1.5 km lined with all kinds of shops. Magno, Zara, H&M, and Arman mi Exchange all reside along this bustling avenue, balancing nicely with the extreme high-end shops found at the Piazza di Spagna. Monday through Saturday before noon is your best bet for a less-crowded Top 10 Rome shopping experience on this crazy-busy street (and a shorter wait for the fitting rooms)!

2. Cola di Rienzo

This Top 10 Rome shopping district is near the Vatican, but the prices are much more humble than in the historic city center. The shops in this area offer up-and-coming fashion without breaking the bank. The street vendors along Via Cola di Rienzo are second to none, boasting everything from beautiful handmade jewelry to homegrown flowers. Don’t be afraid to explore the side streets – you might discover hidden Italian boutiques and elegant antique stores the average traveler won’t find.

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1. Piazza di Spagna

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This famous Top 10 Rome shopping district at the base of the Spanish Steps is brimming with luxurious, elegant stores and an easy choice for Top 10 Rome SHOPS number one spot. The street coming directly off the Spanish Steps, Via Condotti, is comparable to New York’s Fifth Avenue and London’s Bond Street, housing shops such as Gucci, Prada, and Jimmy Choo. Other notable streets in the district include Via Borgognona and Via delle Carrozze. Venture even further down the side streets to find adorable boutiques and local shops.

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