Summer in Rome for Shopping Sprees!

 

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Do you love to shop? Do you love summer in Italy? Do you love Rome?

Summer in Rome for Shopping Sprees!

Plan a summer trip to Italy and Rome this summer and bring enough space in your luggage for your newly acquired treasures.

Throughout Italy, starting the second week of July the annual summer sales begin. Large cities like Milan, Florence and Rome, are among the most exciting cities for shoppers who enjoy finely made Italian clothes, shoes and accessories.

In Rome, shopping opportunities are everywhere for all budgets and styles.

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For the duration of the summer you can enjoy a wide variety of shopping opportunities at reduced prices, but as the summer goes by you will find less merchandise available. The best month for most variety of merchandise at great prices is July.

Here is where you can shop in Rome during your stay.

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VIA DEL CORSO

Summer Sale in Rome

Summer Sale in Rome

Along via del Corso, you will find wide variety of shops that sell clothes, shoes, and accessories for the entire family. Many of the stores are well recognized chains like the Gap, Guess, Zara, Benetton, Disney,  Desigual, Foot locker,  Nike, Timberland, and more. You will also find cosmetic shops like Sephora and Lush, as well as Kiki for more budget  priced Cosmetics.

Some great local shops for women’s clothing are twin set, Stefanel, Sisley, Chopin, Miss Sixty, Class, and Luisa Spagnoli.

Many shoe, accessory, handbags, men’s clothing, tie shops, and lingerie shops also line Via del Corso.

 

VIA DEI CONDOTTI

Via dei Condotti is one of the most elegant streets in Rome for shopping  that springs from Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps).

Along this street you will find luxury shops and the finest in Italian fashion houses  like Dior, Gucci, Armani, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, Prada, Max Mara, Luis Vuitton, Tod’s, Bulgari, Trussardi, and more.

 

GALLERIA ALBERTO SORDI

For some indoor shopping, visit Galleria Alberto Sordi, an early 1900’s Art Nouveau style shopping arcade with sit down cafes, and shops like Calvin Klein Jeans, Furla, la Rinascente, Marina Militare, Pinko, Trussardi, La Feltrinelli (one of the best book store chains in Rome, also for books in English)

 

VIA DEL BABUINO

 

Via del Babuino runs parallel to Via del Corso from Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps) to Piazza del Popolo where multiple streets convene.   The street got its name from the statue placed on the street of an unattractive ancient classical deity that resembles a monkey.

In spite of the unattractive name and statue, the street itself is pedestrian friendly and lined with more luxury shops like Diesel, Prada, Armani, Chanel, Sandro Ferrone.

 

OUTLET MALL SHOPPING

If you prefer to also do some outlet shopping with up to 70% off regular prices, outside of Rome is McArthur Glen Designer Outlet in Castle Romano that include shops from brands like Buberry for men, women and children, Class, Coach, Calvin Kelin, Desigual, David Sandler, Diesel, Furla, Gap, Guess, Gap, Hugo Boss, Liu-Jo, Moschino, Michael Kors, Roberto Cavalli, Salvatore Ferragamo, Swarovsky, Tommy Hillffiger, Valentino, Versace, Benetton and more.

We hope this information helps with your shopping spree in Rome during the Summer Sale.

Thank you very much for visiting our travel blog. For more information on tours and transfers please visit our website. Thank you very much and we look forward to welcome you to Rome.

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