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Shopping in Rome

Join Rome's fashionistas and parade up the Via Condotti, browsing for clothes from Gucci and shoes from Ferragamo. Wood-panelled apothecaries near Piazza Navona recall the 19th century, and individual craft shops in Trastevere provide unusual gifts. On Sunday mornings, the flea market at Porta Portese bustles with Roman bargain-hunters. Opening hours vary. Big stores open Monday to Saturday 10am-6.30pm, 8pm on Thursdays. Smaller shops close on Monday mornings and at lunchtime.

Ai Monasteri, Rome. Courtesy of Ai Monasteri
Gucci, Rome. Courtesy of APT Rome
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Gucci

High fashion heaven

Gucci stands stylishly on Rome's smartest shopping street, Via Condotti, near the Spanish Steps. It's the epitome of Italian style, with understated decor, beautifully cut clothes and covetable bags. Enviably chic Romans browse the racks alongside wealthy visitors.



Opening Hours

Daily 10am-7pm (from 11am Sun)

Address

8, Via Condotti, Rome 00187

Telephone

+39 06 679 0405

Transport

Spagna Metro station

Website

Gucci Website

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TAD Concept Store

The future of shopping

This designer emporium, near the Spanish Steps, contains everything from fashion to flowers, all lavishly displayed. The TAD Concept Store has decor and lighting worthy of a nightclub. Fashion-savvy shoppers browse and pose against the glamorous backdrop.



Opening Hours

Tue-Sat 10.30am-7.30pm; Sun & Mon 12pm-7.30pm

Address

155A, Via del Babuino, Rome 00187

Telephone

+39 06 9684 2088

Transport

Spagna Metro station

Website

TAD Website

Campo de' Fiori, Rome. © Jose M Azcona
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Campo de' Fiori

Bustling food stalls

Romans get up early to shop at this vibrant market in central Rome. Campo de' Fiori, which means 'field of flowers', is crammed with stalls selling breads, cheeses, flowers and dried fruit - a great place for picnic supplies.



Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 7am-1.30pm

Address

Piazza Campo de' Fiori, Rome 00186

Transport

Electric bus 116

Porta Portese, Rome. © Claire Miccio
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Porta Portese

Stalls to rummage in

Lively Porta Portese flea market in Trastevere is the largest in Rome. Every Sunday, Piazza Porta Portese becomes a chaotic jumble of stalls selling everything from rare books to biscuit tins. Romans browse for bargains before a lazy lunch.



Opening Hours

Sun 7am-1pm

Address

Piazza Porta Portese, Rome 00153

Transport

Tram 8 to Trastevere/Porta Portese

Website

Porta Portese Market Website

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Ferragamo

Fabulous footwear

Italy is rightly famed for its fabulous shoes, and Ferragamo, on Via Condotti, is the home of fine footwear. The women's store has killer heels, boots and sandals. The men's store next door has classic brogues and trainers.



Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 10am-7.30pm; Sun 11am-7pm

Address

73/74, Via Condotti, Rome 00187

Telephone

+39 06 679 1565

Transport

Spagna Metro station

Website

Salvatore Ferragamo Website

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Antica Erboristeria Romana

Historic herbalist

It's worth seeing this atmospheric 18th-century shop, even if you don't use herbal remedies. Antica Erboristeria Romana, near the Pantheon in central Rome, has the original wood-panelled drawers containing herbs to cure everything from migraines to bunions.



Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 9am-7.30pm

Address

15, Via di Torre Argentina, Rome 00186

Telephone

+39 06 687 9493

Transport

Electric bus 116 to Pantheon

Website

Antica Erboristeria Romana Website

Ai Monasteri, Rome. Courtesy of Ai Monasteri
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Ai Monasteri

Produce from monks

The dark wood-panelling at Ai Monasteri, in central Rome, gives this 19th-century shop a suitably monastic atmosphere. It stocks a wide variety of products made by Italian monks, including liqueurs, chocolates and a famous love potion.



Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 10am-1pm & 3.30pm-7.30pm; (closed Thu afternoon)

Address

72, Corso del Rinascimento, Rome 00186

Telephone

+39 06 688 02783

Transport

Electric bus 116T to Piazza Navona

Website

Ai Monasteri Website

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Francesco Rogani

Italian leather

You won't find bargains at Francesco Rogani, on Via Condotti, but you will find an excellent range of leather goods. One of Rome's best-known leather stores, the handbags, purses, wallets and belts come in all shapes and sizes here.



Opening Hours

Mon-Sun 11am-7pm

Address

47, Via Condotti, Rome 00187

Telephone

+39 06 678 4036

Transport

Spagna Metro station

Pineider 1774 collection, Rome. Courtesy of Pineider
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Pineider

Superior stationery

Pineider has been making exclusive stationery in Italy since 1774. Their shop, near the Spanish Steps in central Rome, stocks delicate hand-dyed papers and leather desk accessories, like frames and blotters. Illustrious former clients include Maria Callas and Elizabeth Taylor.



Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 10am-7pm; Sun 10am-2pm & 3pm-7pm

Address

22, Via della Fontanella Borghese, Rome 00187

Telephone

+39 06 687 8369

Transport

Spagna Metro station

Website

Pineider Website

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