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Probably one of the best streets in Rome to shop, the Via Frattina is a wonderful hub of activity. This street and the market here is perfect for fashionistas looking to score bargain deals or check out boutiques renowned for their time-honored Italian craftsmanship. Do visit the Andrea Fabiani store if you are looking for fantastic shoes at reasonable prices, Fausto Santini for some gorgeous handbags, and do not forget the Bar Frattina to grab a cup of coffee after your day out!
For centuries Via del Corso has been the main road of access to the city for pilgrims coming in from the north. Originally, it was known as Via Flaminia during the time of the Roman Empire, and then went on to be known as Via Lata in the Middle Ages. This road, measuring 1500 meters (4921.26 feet), connects Piazza Venezia to Piazza del Popolo. Here, among other things, you can find elegant palaces dating back to ancient times. Most tourists today love taking a walk down this road only to lose themselves in ancient history and the essence of this culturally rich city.
The Via Borgognona is correctly described as one of the leading shopping districts in Rome for the true-blue fashionista. The street has a wide range of fantastic brands to choose from, different clothing options for men and women, and other accessories. Discover major Italian brands like COS, Eddy Monetti, Iro, Domus, Tartufi & Friends, and more, along with some popular regional and international brands.
Via dei Condotti is one of the most elegant streets in the capital. It gets its name from conduits that used to take water to the baths of Agrippa near the Pantheon. On this street, which runs from Via del Corso to Piazza di Spagna, there are many upscale shops: Bvlgari, Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo and Louis Vuitton, to name but a few. The shops are patronized by tourists and upper class Romans. The Caffé Greco, whose elegance and character are not to be missed, is also found on this street.