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Rome Guide by Enjoy Rome

Shopping in Rome

All the big labels are in the shopping streets between piazza di Spagna and via del Corso, clustered around via dei Condotti. Between the Vatican and piazza del Popolo, via Cola di Rienzo is also home to some of the more famous labels.
More alternative shops can be found around Campo de’Fiori, especially on via Giubbonari. For vintage and chic boutiques try via del Governo Vecchio near the piazza Navona, and via del Boschetto and via Panisperna in the Monti area.


Campo de’Fiori - the main open-air produce market in the centro storico.
Piazza Testaccio - authentic neighbourhood market in the Testaccio area. The northern side has shoe stalls which often have last season’s styles at bargain prices.
Via Sannio - just outside the ancient city walls by San Giovanni, it can be a good spot to find bargain leather goods.
Porta Portese - along the via Portuense, from Porta Portese to via Ettore Rolli, Rome’s largest flea market boasts quite a lot of junk, but persist and the occasional bargain appears. Watch your belongings.

Tax refund
Non-EU citizens who spend at least €155 in the same shop on the same day can claim back the IVA which is taxed at 20%. If this applies to you ask the assistant in the shop for a receipt with a description of the items purchased and a “tax free cheque”. This should be handed in at the airport when leaving the EU (no more than 90 days later). For more information see