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Best shops in Rome

Sporting Goods Shop
“Via importante a Roma per lo shopping. Troverete negozi di abbigliamento, scarpe, articoli da regalo, profumerie e tanto altro. **** Via Cola di Rienzo is important in Rome for shopping. You will find clothing stores, shoes, gifts, perfume and more.”
212local recommendations
“When you arrive and leave - Next to Termini central station, it is a usefull restauration point before taking the bus to the airport or at your arrival, if you have to wait. Bar, ice-cream shop, restaurants and streefood shops in one location. Free bathroom. Open 7 days a week 8-24.”
63local recommendations
“super fun and typical oudoor market with loads of food stands and shops. Open only during the morning.”
80local recommendations
Flea Market
“Porta Portese Sunday flea market in Rome. The best known Sunday street market in Rome goes from the old Porta Portese gate in Trastevere, along the Clivo Portuense and the Via Portuense to the Via I. Nievo and beyond. Open from 09.00 until 14.00 every Sunday, the sprawling market has hundreds of stalls selling clothes, shoes, handbags, fashion accessories, household goods, fabrics, jewellery, records, books, plants and flowers, antiques, collectibles, bicycles and spare car parts. Stamina is required for a morning at this crowded market and anyone going should take great care of their handbags and wallets.”
79local recommendations
“One of the most large "local market" of the city. Good choice of food at low prices.”
53local recommendations
Department Store
“Huge department store with everything from Home, Accesories, Clothing, and Beauty sections.”
27local recommendations
Department Store
“charming and exclusive items. At the top there a nice view, you can have a rest drinking a cup of coffee”
21local recommendations
Sporting Goods Shop
“street full of shops and frequented for shopping not only by tourists, but by the Romans themselves. it is pleasant to walk there either entering the various shops or simply looking at the windows, or stopping in the various bars and ice-cream parlors, to relax. his walk is absolutely inevitable.”
15local recommendations
Thrift / Vintage Store
“Vintage market for clothes, design products and accessories. Open during the weekend.”
33local recommendations
“Colorful market, where locals buy food. Lots of fruit and vegetables, butcher shops, fresh pasta, wine, flowers, yarn and other dry goods, household cleaners, olives etc. Friendly people and lots of fun! ”
31local recommendations
Farmers Market
“The real Roman food market where we usually buy food. You can find everything from fresh vegetables and fruit to fish and meat. ”
33local recommendations
Flea Market
“Mercato dell'usato.Flea market, clothing at low prices, stocks of the past seasons, military items, camping, hunting and fishing. Time: 7,00-14,00. Sunday closed.”
24local recommendations
“Farmer market. Fresh vegetable & fruits avery morning from 8 to 14, from monday to saturday”
13local recommendations
“A bookshop with a focus on the female (and feminism), Tuba organizes many events dedicated to women, book launches and themed aperitivo evenings. Other than the books, the teas, beers and wines are all moderately priced and you can enjoy them either inside the cafe or at the tables outside. There’s also an impressive collection of sex toys on display which are available to buy.”
18local recommendations
“A small place filled with books and a selection of good wines and beer or snacks, often organic.”
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Event Space
“ found on the grounds of the former abattoir is Citta dell’Altra Economia, a sprawling complex dedicated exclusively to organic and fair-trade products. There’s a little bit of everything here: a coffee bar, restaurant, market, shops, exhibition spaces, and occasional cultural events ”
17local recommendations