Rome shopping

Whether you're looking for eclectic markets or high-end haute couture, Rome has you covered. Here are our top six destinations for all your fashion needs.   

Via Condotti 

If you’re hunting for designer brands, this is the place to visit. Located near the Spanish Steps, you’ll find brands including Armani, Prada and Gucci along this fashionable street. And even if you're not in the market for anything, Via Condotti is still worth a visit for the window shopping.  

Via del Corso

Via del Corso is your go-to for mid-priced goods. With stores including Zara, H&M, Mango and Levis, there’s sure to be options for everyone. The narrow street is located in the heart of Rome’s centre, just a short walk from the famous Pantheon and Trevi Fountain.

Castel Romano Outlet

Head 15km south of Rome on the Metro to reach the Castel Romano Outlet. This mock-ancient Roman shopping village is home to high-end designer brands including Burberry and Dolce & Gabbana on discount. 

Porta Portese Flea Market

There’s nothing better than simultaneously experiencing culture and fashion. To do so in Rome, check out the Porta Portese Flea Market. This market, held every Sunday morning, is Rome's largest (and most unique). You'll find locals selling antiques, clothing, homemade food and secondhand goods. 


EuRoma2 offers a truly unique shopping experience as a temple style building with ornament glass domes and three levels of shops. The centre has a mix of chains and speciality designers. There are also tons of coffee shops and restaurants to fuel your shopping excursion. 

Via Cola di Rienzo

This busy shopping strip is home to everything from mid-priced shops to chic boutiques. We definitely recommend you visit the shop ‘Coin,’ which is one of Rome’s own department stores.