Post overview: Best Shopping in Rome
It doesn’t take long to feel like a toddler who picked their own outfit while walking the streets Rome. The local fashion is second to none, folks wear leather shoes, creased pants and sleek blouses just to run to the market.
So naturally, due to inspiration (or self-consciousness) I always find myself racking up my credit card just to do a little shopping in Rome. How could I not? There are so many boutiques and bargains to be had it’s practically a crime not to.
In this article I’ll help you have your own shopping spree in Rome, whether it’s impromptu or by design.
I’ll go over the best stores near the popular landmarks since you’ll likely be in the area anyways, as well as mention some gems worth going out of the way for.
So if you’re eager to learn about the best neighborhoods, vintage stores and streets to go shopping in Rome let’s get to it!
Visiting Rome? If you haven’t decided where to stay (yet) check out our helpful guide: Where to Stay in Rome for First Time Visitors (+2 Areas to Avoid). Don’t have time? Here’s my favorite hotel in Rome, hands down.
Sales tax while shopping in Rome
I can’t be the only who’s been told to shop for luxury brands in Europe because “you don’t have to pay tax.” Sorry to burst your bubble but it’s not that black and white (although I understand the eagerness).
You don’t just get to buy items “tax free,” rather the tax is reimbursed when you leave the country. You should also know that not everything you buy will qualify for reimbursement.
The Value Added Tax (VAT) is applied to purchases made within the European Union of more than €100, spent at the same store within three days. In Italy it’s a 22% tax, of which you can expect to receive 12-14% back.
The government doesn’t issue your reimbursement, it’s the retailer. So you have to tell the store at the time of purchase you’d like the VAT reimbursement forms, they’re going to need your passport!
When it’s time to leave and you’re at the airport find the VAT Tax Refund offices (usually near customs). Depending on the airport, you might be able to use a self-service kiosk. Just scan the barcode at the top of your form.
It’s important to do this step before checking in your suitcase because (sometimes) the tax-refund worker may ask to see the goods you’re claiming. If you checked in your bag and it has your goods, you won’t get your money back.
Since your information (including your credit card) was recorded at the store it’ll already be attached to the form and you can expect a refund within 90 days. The process is simple, but the lines can be long so arrive at the airport well before your flight.
Shopping in Rome Tips & Tricks
Don’t be afraid to let your inner-negotiator out. There’s ample room to negotiate while shopping in Rome, you just have to have the guts to try it. Just use your best judgement, brick and mortar stores are usually set in their prices. Street vendors (and there’s a lot of them) on the other hand are willing to strike deals, so give it a shot.
Cash is (still) king. I love tap to pay and credit cards as much as the next gal, but while shopping in Rome you’ll come to the conclusion that cash reigns supreme. Although most stores are able to process card payments that doesn’t mean they want to, especially if it’s for a small amount. Keep some euros handy to help you score a good deal or make quick purchases.
Unique stores aren’t always very unique. What in the world do I mean by this? I’m saying that if you’re in a leather shop and teetering on buying a purse you don’t have to stress too hard because the store at the end of the block will likely have the same one. Give yourself the space to think and don’t worry about popping into every leather, gift or souvenir shop you see since they’ll likely be similar.
Vintage shopping is just as pricey. Vintage stores are popular destinations for budget shopping in Rome, but be prepared for not-so marked down goods. You’d think second-hand might mean discounts, but the vintage scene has seen a surge in popularity that’s ballooned prices on what normally would be severely discounted clothes. You can still find a diamond in the rough, but you’ll have to do some digging.
Shopping in Rome
The Historic Center serves as both the hub of the city’s ancient past and the starting point for the majority of visitors’ shopping adventures in Rome.
There are numerous shops lining the winding cobblestone streets, all eager to take your money. Tourist shops are plentiful, but the Historic Center is also home to leather shops, clothing stores, and major retailers.
I’ll just be outright in saying this isn’t the first place my mind would go to when searching for the best shopping in Rome. But I’m betting you’ll be in the area anyway, so why don’t I give you a few recommendations?
Normally the Historic Center of Rome is anything within the Aurelian Walls, but that’s too large of an area to be helpful. For the sake of helping you find the best shopping in Rome I’ll refer to the space between the Pantheon, Altare della Patria, and Trevi Fountain.
Notable Store in Rome’s Historic Center
Vera Pelle is one of the dozens of leather-goods stores you’ll stumble across while shopping in Rome. With that said, its convenient location and competitive pricing makes it well worth the stop.
You’ll find the nondescript store a stone’s throw away from the Pantheon, advertising affordable purses using neon-colored signs. The shop doesn’t look like much, but the inside is stocked floor to ceiling with purses and belts.
It’s also where I found one of my all-time favorite finds in Europe. It’s a green leather purse I call the Italian stallion which I was able to snag for €60, talk about score!
There’s a leather goods store the next block over worth shouting out. Instead of selling purses and belts, this store sold leather bound notebooks and small accessories. It’s on the corner of Via del Pantheon and Via del Pozzo della Cornacchie but unfortunately I didn’t get a name (and it’s not on Google Maps).
Address: Via della Rosetta, 5, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Italian brand Alcott was founded in 1990 and quickly established itself as a major player in the fashion industry. The international store boasts some of the best shopping in Rome thanks to their location in the Historic Center.
You won’t find unique or high-quality clothing, but if you’re traveling on a budget or forgot to pack essentials like a sweater, socks or a hat Alcott will give you options to choose from.
The price-point and style is similar to H&M, even the music is loud and up-beat. Young travelers who like to keep up with current trends will agree Alcott is one of the best places to shop in Rome.
Address: Via del Corso, 286/291, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Zara in the Historic Center of Rome is worth the stop, even if it’s just to admire the architecture. Consisting of four floors, white columns and half-dome windows the store is beautiful.
Luckily the building isn’t the only pretty thing you’ll see. If you want a trendy store that has a modern appeal, Zara provides some of the best shopping in Rome.
And conveniently, Zara is also a global brand, meaning when you don’t know where to shop you can always swing by ol’ faithful. When I landed in Rome last April I wasn’t prepared for the chilly mornings, so I swung by for a sweater and called it a day.
Address: Via del Corso, 189, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
I wish we had Flying Tigers in the states, the Danish brand has a little bit of everything! The store is similar to a dollar store, but the products are a step above bargain basement finds.
Most items will be between one to five euros. My husband said it’s like that last section of Ikea right before the registers, where they sell you things like cooking utensils, notebooks and other miscellaneous items.
If you find yourself in need of something quick and cheap, Flying Tiger has some of the best shopping in Rome. I even bought a mug for my Airbnb, and didn’t feel bad about leaving it behind since it was so inexpensive.
Address: Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 46/52, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Those of you with an affinity for designer brands and lavish stores will love the area around the Spanish Steps.
It’s home to the best luxury shopping in Rome, and if you make poor financial decisions you’ll be better off leaving your credit cards at home. It’s easy to start justifying a purchase in the moment, so it’s better to play it smart. 😉
The one word of caution I’ll mention is to prepare for crowds. Swing by a market for some newspapers to line your rib cage, because these swarms are no joke. The streets connecting to the Piazza di Spagna are like tributaries, flowing with tourists and locals in both directions.
Between the Spanish Steps, opulent stores and thriving restaurant scene it can feel like half of Italy was funneled into these few small blocks. But the best shopping in Rome is worth braving a crowd, wouldn’t you agree?
Best Stores near the Spanish Steps
Founded more than 100 years ago in Florence, Gucci is an Italian fashion house that has amassed a cult-like following. The Spanish Steps outpost is their flagship in Rome, so it’s spacious and has a little bit of everything. Leather goods, clothing, jewelry and even a pet-collection will check off every item on your list. Not to mention the staff go the extra mile to make sure you’re enjoying the best shopping in Rome.
Address: Via dei Condotti, 8, 00187 Roma RM, Italy
Although Hermes is a French brand, the leather goods store has a strong foothold in Italian fashion. Home to some of the best shopping in Rome, the store is abounding with accessories (that are nonetheless exorbitantly priced).
Address: Via Bocca di Leone, 23-27, 00187 Roma RM, Italy
Dolce & Gabbana
The Dolce & Gabbana near the Spanish Steps is worth the wait in line even if it’s only to see the inside. if it weren’t for the stocked shelves and chic sales associates it’d be easy to mistake the store for the Vatican or a museum. Like most luxury shopping in Rome, the sales associates are extra helpful and make the experience a breeze.
Address: Piazza di Spagna, 94-100, 00187 Roma RM, Italy
Tiffany & Co.
If a neighborhood is known for its luxury shopping but it doesn’t have a Tiffany & Co. does it really count? There are two locations near the Spanish Steps, one is on Via dei Condotti and the other is on Via del Babuino the latter of which usually less busy. There’s no better place to go shopping for luxury jewelry in Rome!
Address: Via dei Condotti, 55, 00187 Roma RM, Italy
Campo de Fiori
The Campo de Fiori is a public square that is home to one of the oldest markets in Rome. Although I will be recommending the market itself, the area surrounding the square also happens to be chock-full of boutiques.
For bargain-friendly shopping in Rome you can’t do much better. The chances of scoring a deal are high, especially if you have the guts to haggle (I’m still working on that part myself).
My mom was able to talk a woman down more than €20 for a pair of adorable flats that are still part of her rotation, two years later. Safe to say mama Embrace Someplace would say Campo de Fiori’s home to the best shopping in Rome.
Not to mention the market attracts vendors to the neighboring streets. You can snag souvenirs and other small trinkets for a great price, even if you didn’t plan on it.
Best Stores near the Campo de Fiori
Campo de Fiori Market
You can’t visit Campo de Fiori and not make the stop at its namesake market. The market has called the city square home since 1869, providing locals with everything they need including groceries and clothes.
I’ll be forthcoming by saying that the market has turned into a bit of a tourist trap, but you can still come across some great finds. I bought some cashmere scarves here after bartering a good deal for two (still not living up to my moms haggling shoes, though).
The market’s affinity for tourists has also made it a popular place to go shopping in Rome for souvenirs. You’ll get the cliche “I <3 Rome” sweaters, but you’ll also find Italian dishware, spices and more unique gift ideas.
Address: Campo de’ Fiori, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Trendy without trying too hard, 104 Pandemonium provides some of the best shopping in Rome for what I would best describe as pseudo-hipsters. You know, the kind of folks that keep up with fashion but aren’t too invested.
The curated selection of clothing (for both men & women) has some reputable brands like Dr. Martens and Adidas. Their racks also have some up and coming brands too, that you’ll likely Google once you get home.
Address: Via dei Giubbonari, 104, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Bags & Fruits
Want to shop local and support small businesses? Bags & Fruits makes it easy, the store is fully made up of charming and one of a kind bags made by hand in Italy. They also make shoes, which I guarantee you won’t find in the states. If I’m being honest though, I don’t know why the name is Bags & Fruits instead of Bags & Shoes.
Address: Via dei Giubbonari, 106, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Ancient Pizzicheria Ruggeri
I know I’ve been chatting a lot of clothing, but sometimes the best shopping in Rome is for food. Sure you can’t take all of it home with you, but the experience of perusing an old Italian market is hard to beat.
At Ancient Pizzicheria Ruggeri (opened in 1919) you can buy all you need for one of the best meals you’ll have abroad. Pick up some cold cuts, cheese and a bottle of wine and take it back to your room for a bedtime snack.
Address: Campo de’ Fiori, 1, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
No neighborhood in Rome is more charming than Trastevere. I swear even the air in the neighborhood is inspiring (unless it’s garbage day — but you get the idea). The narrow streets are lined with quirky stores and shopping in Rome has never been more fun.
Souvenir shops and vendors run rampant, and I suggest slowing down enough to see what they have to offer. The neighborhood’s timelessness is also mirrored in the clothing stores in Trastevere, they’re stocked with classic pieces that won’t be going out of style soon.
The best shopping in Rome is done by getting lost and stumbling into unassuming stores full of unique finds. Trastevere is the best place to do that since its winding roads are spellbinding.
Notable Shopping in Trastevere
Coloriage is what I wish all boutiques could be like. The staff are some of the friendliest I’ve ever encountered while shopping in Rome and the store can tailor-make a variety of clothing for you. Most of the ready to wear items are bright and vibrant, boasting unique designs made of high quality fabrics. I’d give the store six out of five stars!
Address: Via della Lungaretta, 16, 00153 Roma RM, Italy
Elvis Lives Trastevere
You wouldn’t expect such a small store to offer so much, but Elvis Lives is brimming with ingenious clothing and accessories. The store makes unique t-shirts and sells quirky products you’d usually relate to a young, urban bohemian like fun colored backpacks, film cameras and record players.
Address: Via di S. Francesco a Ripa, 27, 00153 Roma RM, Italy
Open Door Bookshop
I uncovered Open Door Bookshop one day while exploring Trastevere because even though I don’t read (or speak, for that matter) Italian I wanted to take a gander. To my surprise they also sold books in English and French, and I know I’m not the only one who will be glad to do a little book shopping in Rome.
Address: Via della Lungaretta, 23, 00153 Roma RM, Italy
Whether you need a quick snack or want to take a snack back to your hotel, Antica Caciara is a stop you’re not going to want to miss. The cheese shop also sells bread and wine, and what more to you need to eat like royalty? Best of all the prices are extremely reasonable and you can choose how much to buy, helping to stay on budget.
Address: Via di S. Francesco a Ripa, 140A/B, 00153 Roma RM, Italy
Across the Tiber River from the Historical Center of Rome, Prati feels less ancient. It’s also where the wealthy locals live, attracted by a quieter quality of life, copious restaurants and some of the best shopping in Rome.
The neighborhood has a fair blend of lavish retailers and bargain level stores, so there’s something at every price point.
Even the vendors that set up shop on the street are known to have some decent finds.
The only thing to note is that Prati is big, roughly twice as big as most of the other neighborhoods I’ve covered. If you want to make a day out of shopping in Rome, I suggest wearing comfortable sneakers since it’ll be a workout.
Best Stores in Prati
The largest of all of Rome’s markets, Mercato Trionfale has been selling goods in Prati more than 100 years ago. In 2009 the market moved to an indoor location, which admittedly makes it less cutesy or Instagrammable, but the 250+ vendors make up for it.
The market is home to some of the best impromptu shopping in Rome because you never know what’s going to pique your interest. Want some fresh cheese? Or how about a phone charger? Maybe some smoked meat?
Even though the Mercato Trionfale is only a five minute walk from the Vatican, the market is largely void of tourists. The price to quality ratio is hard to beat, when I stayed near the Vatican for a month, half of our dinners were made by ingredients from the market.
Address: Via Andrea Doria, 00192 Roma RM, Italy
If you’re visiting Prati and only have time for one store, I’d point you towards Coin Excelsior. It’s a department that sells clothes, shoes and accessories but it’s biggest attractions are its perfume and beauty products.
At Coin Excelsior you can sift through shelves and racks full of designer brands as well as less known, but trendy up and comers.
The department store is one of the best places to shop in Rome for luxury brands and a fun stop regardless of budget. It’s two stories, so you’ll have plenty to see.
Address: Via Cola di Rienzo, 173, 00192 Roma RM, Italy
UNited Colors of Benetton
United Colors of Benetton sells a great blend of timeless staples and trendy clothing at a price point we can all get behind. If you love the “I got my life together” look but not the “I got my life together” bank account, this is one of the best places to shop in Rome for men, women and children.
Address: Via Cola di Rienzo, 193/209, 00192 Roma RM, Italy
Men in search of a nice pair of Italian made shoes will find Velasca to be a gem of a store. Although a new company, Velasca has forged relationships with shoemakers across Italy that have decades of experience under their belt.
The results are striking works of leather at a lower price point than other top brands. The shoes are still expensive, but by working directly with the shoemakers Velasca cuts out the middle-man and passes the saves onto you.
Address: Via Fabio Massimo, 93, 00192 Roma RM, Italy
You may not have Foot Locker atop your list of the best stores to shop in Rome, but knowing you have one readily accessible can be valuable information.
When I was in Rome last spring my parents came to visit us for a week. My dad (who’s a truck driver and doesn’t walk a lot) wrecked his feet on the first day – but only packed one pair of shoes.
Foot Locker saved our butts, he was able to grab a pair of sneakers and continue sightseeing.
Address: Via Ottaviano 1/3, Piazza del Risorgimento, 22/26, 00192 Roma RM, Italy
Zara Home Italia
Although most things that you’ll find at Zara Home Italia won’t fit in your suitcase, the store is a goldmine for inspiration. The tones, decor and overall aesthetic feels like Pinterest in real life.
Zara Home Italia boasts some of the best shopping in Rome, it’s like a blend between Home Depot and Williams Sonoma. If you want a souvenir you can pick up cooking utensils or soap to remember your trip to Italy.
Address: Via Cola di Rienzo, 225/229, 00192 Roma RM, Italy
Need I say more than the name? The American designer brand has an outpost in Prati where you can shop for both trendy and timeless pieces. Since it’s more of a B-list designer store they’ll often run sales and you won’t have to wait in line like you would at say Gucci or Louis Vuitton.
Address: Piazza dell’Unità, 48 – 49, 00192 Roma RM, Italy
Monti is the neighborhood that borders the Colosseum, and it’s also home to some of the best shopping in Rome. It’s old, quaint nature meshes flawlessly with the small boutiques that line its streets.
But word to the wise – be prepared for an unofficial workout. Monti is not only the name of the neighborhood, it’s the Italian word for mountain. While you won’t be ascending any peaks, the hilly roads will make you sweat.
Old restaurants and gelato shops will help you rest your legs while enjoying the best shopping in Rome. Trust me, you’ll need to after hiking around with a tote or two full of your loot.
Best Shopping in Monti
Small but mighty, Kokoro makes one of a kind women’s clothing. It’s trendy enough to be with the times, but also timeless (and of a good-enough quality) to last to you for years.
And although boutiques are a dime a dozen in Rome, Kokoro is a gem because the staff isn’t pushy and doesn’t watch you like a hawk (small stores can often feel like a fishbowl, especially if you’re the only one in there).
Address: Via del Boschetto, 75, 00184 Roma RM, Italy
Do I love markets or does Rome just have a ton of really great ones? The world may never know. The Mercato Monti, also known as the Mercato Rionale, is your friendly neighborhood stop for snacks, ingredients and souvenirs.
You can swing by for a sandwich before the colosseum or just to peruse the stalls, enjoying some shopping in Rome like a local. The market is indoors, you’ll find the front door on Via Baccina.
Address: Via Baccina, 36, 00184 Roma RM, Italy
A bright and modern women’s clothing store, White Mood sells the kind of items an influencer who doesn’t try to hard might wear. You’ll find both colorful and vibrant or business casual and muted tones and some of the friendliest service you’ll encounter while shopping in Rome.
Address: Via Nazionale, 232, 00184 Roma RM, Italy
Best shopping streets in Rome
Via del Corso
Anybody who’s been to Rome will agree that Via del Corso is the eminent shopping street in the city. The street begins at the Piazza Venezia and runs a little over a mile, coming to a head at the Piazza del Popolo.
Along the way both sides of the street are littered with stores aplenty, and a steady stream of people enjoying the best shopping in Rome.
Some stores of note that call Via del Corso home include Apple, Armani, Calzedonia, United Colors of Benetton, Ralph Lauren, Ray-Ban, Adidas and Nike.
It’s also one of the most popular shopping streets in Rome thanks to its location. I guarantee a visit to the Eternal City will include crossing the street at least once, and hey while you’re there might as well peruse – right?
Via dei Condotti
The entire Spanish Steps area in Rome is full of luxury stores and designers but Via dei Condotti still stands head and shoulders above the rest. It’s the street that directly faces the steps (which is an iconic view itself).
If you begin along the Via del Corso and head west towards the Spanish Steps you’ll stumble upon stores like Rolex, Bottega Venetta, Hermes, Jimmy Choo, Ferragamo, Louis Vuitton, Cartier and more.
But with all those stores in such close proximity to one another I wouldn’t bank on hitting them all. Odds are you’ll have to wait in line at more than one, so I suggest starting with your top priority store.
Via del Babuino
Another option for those who want the best luxury shopping in Rome but without (or at least less of) the crowds is Via del Babuino. It too culminates at the Spanish Steps, but instead starts at the Piazza del Popolo.
The half-mile stretch is significantly less crowded than the Via dei Condotti since most tourists will stick to the area around the Spanish Steps.
Luxury stores along Via del Babuino include Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Emporio Armani, Red Valentino and Givenchy. Needless to say the folks shopping here are well dressed and put together.
And while you’re in the area you should take the time to stop by the Fontana del Babuino, for whom the street is named after. You’ll find it at the corner of Via dei Greci and Via del Babuino.
It’s one of the six talking statues of Rome, which have been used as a site for anonymous political expression for 500+ years. Dissidents who feared persecution would leave letters on the statues, similar to a bulletin board.
Via cola di rienzo
There are two noteworthy streets in Prati that warrant consideration for the best shopping streets in Rome. One is the Via Cresenzio and the other is the Via Cola di Rienzo. I think the latter is slightly better, so let’s chat.
The street begins just outside the Vatican at the Piazza Risorgimento. It runs a little less than a mile before ending at the Regina Margherita Bridge.
Since the street is less touristy than the Historical Center this is the place to be if you want to go shopping in Rome like a local. Grocery stores neighbor jewelry stores and outdoor vendors set up shop at designer brand’s doorsteps.
Along the street are stores like Vintage Subdued, Flying Tiger, Pandora and Max Mara. There’s also the SPQR Mercato Rionale, a neighborhood market, but truth be told it can be skipped.
Best Vintage Shopping in Rome
Vintage shopping has experienced a boom in recent years so it should go without saying that vintage stores are popping up left and right. Vintage shopping in Rome is no different.
Vintage shopping’s rise in popularity is a double edge sword, though. On the one hand the rise in popularity means second hand, designer clothes are easier to come by. On the other, they’re still ridiculously expensive.
So finding a diamond in the rough at a bargain price isn’t as likely, but that doesn’t mean it’s not impossible. To have the best chances at finding a gem you have to visit quality vintage stores; here are my favorite.
The first place my head goes to when asked best stores to go vintage shopping in Rome is Blue Goose. For such a popular destination it somehow manages to keep its prices reasonable, even on luxury items. They manage to get their hands on a large variety of designer brands and are located just north of the Colosseum.
Address: Via del Boschetto, 4, 00184 Roma RM, Italy
Vintage by Retro Trastevere
Trastevere has a true gem in Vintage by Retro. Their selection of clothing is impressive, especially if you like the modern streetwear look. Band tees, hard to find sneakers and jerseys make this one of the best vintage stores in Rome, especially for a young crowd.
Address: Viale Glorioso, 8, 00153 Roma RM, Italy
Twice Vintage is home to some of the best vintage shopping in Rome if you have no budget. The store has a great selection and they know it, sometimes even charging more than the original retail price. For people who love vintage, collectible clothes no matter the cost Twice Vintage in Trastevere is where you want to be.
Address: Via di S. Francesco a Ripa, 7, 00153 Roma RM, Italy
Vintage shopping in Rome is often characterized by pin-balling between small stores and hoping to score. Luckily, Vintage Subdued is a breath of fresh air. Although it’s not huge it’s definitely not small, either. The store has racks that are well stocked and brimming with potential steals at reasonable prices.
Address: Via Lucrezio Caro, 87/89, 00193 Roma RM, Italy
Humana Vintage is a chain of Italian vintage stores with three locations spread across Rome. There’s one near the Colosseum, one near the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and another near the Piazza Navona.
Thanks to their widespread success they have access to tons of clothes, which means more options for you. Price-wise Humana Vintage is on par with the rest of the vintage stores in Rome.
Address: Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 199, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Shopping in Rome (Post Summary)
Here’s a quick roundup of the best shopping in Rome:
- Historic Center
- Vera Pelle
- Flying Tiger
- Spanish Steps
- Dolce & Gabbana
- Tiffany & Co.
- Campo de Fiori
- Campo de Fiori Market
- 104 Pandemonium
- Bags & Fruit
- Ancient Pizzicheria Ruggeri
- Elvis Lives Trastevere
- Open Door Bookshop
- Antica Caciara
- Mercato Trionfale
- Coin Excelsior
- United Colors of Benetton
- Bottega Velasca
- Foot Locker
- Zara Home
- Tommy Hilfiger
- Mercato Monti
- White Mood
- Via del Corso
- Via dei Condotti
- Via del Babuino
- Via Cola di Reinzo
- Blue Goose
- Vintage By Retro Trastevere
- Twice Vintage
- Vintage Subdued
- Humana Vintage
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Map of the best areas for shopping in Rome
Here’s a helpful map with all the stores mentioned in this post.
I hope you found this post on the best shopping in Rome helpful! Don’t hesitate to reach out with questions or suggestions.
Cheers, until next time.