The chicest of thr chis shop here, where all the biggest names in haute coutur have stacked out their turf: Gucci, Bulgari, Prada, Hermes, Ferragamo, Armani , Trossardi, Valentino and more. Its foregone conclusion that this street offers no bargains, but the staff will make you feel like visiting royalty.
Via del corso
Up and down Rome's central axis street, you'll find the entire rangs of shopping optios. Music stores and trandy young styles predominate, but there are also good shoe shops and one of Rome's rae up-skale department stores, La rinascente.
Via cola di Rienzo
This is Rome's best street for middle-range clothing. In addition, one of the few remaining Standa department stores is here, featuring inexpensive merchandise of all types. For hard-to-find American and traditional food items, Castroni is the city's best shop.
The other maor street for top-name fashion, second only and parallel to via dei Condotti. Here's where Dolce e Gabbana, Fendi, Ferrè, Givenchy and Versace, have all setup shop. Don't omit nearby Piazza di Spagna, whice is home to Frette, Missoni and Krizia.
Via dei Coronari
Named for rosary makers and sellers that used to line the way when it was on the main pilgr../image route to St. Peter's, this street now has a reputationfor antiques. Only partly deserved, however, since prices are generally exaggerated and most pieces are imported.
Via del Babuino
An imposing blend of high fashion (Armani, Chanel, Tiffany & Co.) and antiques make this street one of Rome's most elegant. Worth a stroll just too peek into some of the finer antiques shop - they're full of Barogue furniture, painting, and antiquities.
A wonderfull range of art, antiques and antiquiteis shops has made this little street famous. Nos. 45 and 86 often have stunning merchendise for sale, whereas No. 109 specializes in more affordable copies of antiquities
Via Bocca di leone
One of the side streets that joins Via dei Condotti and Via Borgognona it self has several high-style
boutiques. A wonderful jewellery shop, Siragusa, creates unusualrings, bracelets and nacklaces using ancient sardonyx seals, carved stones and coins.
mid-range shopping experience, lined with shoe and clothing boutiques. Oriental rug stores, an international bookshop and a reliable bag and luggege emporium. Frette, with its elegant range of bad linen, also has an outlet here.
Via dei Giubbonari
Name for the traditional giubbotti(Jackets)
whose makers and sellers used to populate this street, via dei Giubbonari is still noted for its stylish clothing and down-to-earth prices.
trendy styles and classic for men and women are all available here.