Come To Rome - I Can't Ignore These Top 5 Shopping Streets

Italy is always one of the most fashionable fashion capitals in the world. Coming to this country, you will find yourself the most luxurious and fashionable outfits. If you're going to roam Rome and don't know where to go shopping, check out the 5 most popular shopping streets here.

1. VIA DEL CORSO

Via del Corso is one of the longest streets located right in the historic center of Rome. Compared to London's Circus, it is surrounded by countless high-end shops and designer stores, including top international brands such as Zara, H&M, Massimo Dutti and Pinko.

Via del Corso is also home to many international shoe stores, offering everything from classic Italian leather shoes to the latest luxury sneakers. People interested in Italian leather should be interested in Gazelle - one of Rome's most trusted leather brands.

Part of the street is a pedestrian walkway and can be easily purchased, making Via del Corso the largest shopping street in Rome.

2. VIA DEI CONDOTTI

Next destination - Via Vittorio Veneto is also one of Rome's most famous streets. Its excitement but elegance was immortalized in Federico Fellini's classic La Dolce Vita (Sweet Life) in 1960, which used this street as the main scene.

Via Vittorio Veneto captivates visitors by its stylish cafés, hotels, lively bars, and unique and sophisticated shops. Besides, Via Vittorio Veneto also has everything from high-end fashion to authentic Italian boutiques, including Casuccio e Scalera - which offers high-class classic shoes. This is also an indispensable destination for those looking for patterns of handcrafted clothes and family bed linen with intricately embroidered motifs.
3. VIA VITTORIO VENETO
Next destination - Via Vittorio Veneto is also one of Rome's most famous streets. Its excitement but elegance was immortalized in Federico Fellini's classic La Dolce Vita (Sweet Life) in 1960, which used this street as the main context.

Via Vittorio Veneto captivates visitors by its stylish cafés, hotels, lively bars, and unique and sophisticated shops. Besides, Via Vittorio Veneto also has everything from high-end fashion to authentic Italian boutiques, including Casuccio e Scalera - which offers high-class classic shoes.

This is also an indispensable destination for those looking for patterns of handcrafted clothes and family bed linen with intricately embroidered motifs.

4. VIA DEL BOSCHETTO

If you are looking for a place to buy crafts then go to Via del Boschetto in Rione Monti district. A short walk from some of Rome's most iconic sights, this luxurious street is a great place to walk and shop.

As well as international famous brands, Via del Boschetto offers collectibles and crafts. Rione Monti County is famous for artisans and sculptors, whereby everything from handmade jewelry to vintage clothes and accessories is sold here.

Kokoro store is widely known for a variety of unique fashion items that are completely handmade. For jewelry, visit the Eliodoro store.

5. VIA BORGOGNONA

For a more pleasant, comfortable, comfortable shopping experience, go to Via Borgognona, the street that lies parallel to the famous Via dei Condotti. The roads are surrounded by high-end fashion houses, as well as lesser known stores, and this is definitely the perfect choice for you to buy some unique gifts.

The street of Via Borgognona is full of big Italian brands including Emilio Pucci, Moschino, Gucci and Fratelli Rossetti. Especially stylish gentlemen should visit the Eddy Monetti men's fashion store. Founded in 1887, this brand offers extremely delicate clothing and accessories. Il Bisonte is also an interesting place to see leather bags, accessories, stylish ladies' fashion suitable for all seasons.

 

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