Piazza di Spagna – Spanish Steps – Via dei Condotti
This street is one of the most expensive streets in Italy and one of the best streets for shopping in Rome. The Via Dei Condotti is home to top designer stores such as Versace, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Cartier, Fendi, Valentino, Armani, Bulgari, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Ferragamo, Trussardi, Valentino, Gucci, Bally, Celine, Yves St. Laurent.
Via del Corso
Bustling pedestrianised street that runs from Piazza del Popolo down to Piazza Venezia. Via del Corso is very popular with Romans and Tourists alike and is home to different clothes shops, boutiques, jewellery and famous shops like the Ferrari flagship store and Swarowski Crystal.
Located just over the River Tiber, the Trastevere district of Rome whose name literally translates as “across the Tiber”. A Bohemian spirit grips Trastevere and you can take great pleasure in getting lost in its many winding streets. See the outdoor food market in Piazza San Cosimato.
The famous Roman flea market which takes place every Sunday from 8:00am until about 2:00pm.
Food market with fresh foods, fruits, fish and meat.
Via del Governo Vecchio – Piazza Navona is a great place for art lovers, the surrounding streets contain lots of art galleries and antique shops.
Chocolate & Praline Cioccolateria
This tiny Neopolitan chocolate shop sells delicious chocolates and pralines inside a charming interior with delightfully painted walls. Traditional recipes using all natural ingredients, and fillings made of lemon, orange and other fruits. Located at Vicolo della Torretta, 18
Specializes in handmade Italian gift items including Capodimonte porcelain, artistic ceramics from Sicily, Florence, Vietri sul Mare, and Grottaglie, silver objects and Murano glass. Located at Piazza Madama, 6, Rome