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Galleria Alberto Sordi was named after the Italian actor Alberto Sordi when it reopened December 2003 after a long restoration. It was once known as Galleria Colonna, a sort of covered street at the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays this hidden treasure is again a shopping mall located in the very heart of Rome. It houses a bookshop, several fashion stores and a couple of cafés. It presents small exhibitions and events quite often. It also offers catering for those events.
You can find this large shopping mall on Via Cristoforo Colombo, in the Eur neighborhood, to the south of Rome. It has a supermarket, a drug store/pharmacy, a bank, many restaurants and bars, as well as stores from all sectors, including household and gift, jewelers, furniture and technology. The businesses are spread out over three levels. There are numerous clothing stores; among those with Italian-made products are Piazza Italia and Nuvolari. Thanks to the unmistakable elegance of the architecture, which boasts a glass cupola, white walls with gold embellishments, Euroma 2 is known as the most elegant mall in the city. Also, the building is endowed with a large parking lot. The food court is open till 10p.
Porta di Roma is in northern Rome, near the quarter of Montesacro. It is a huge and efficient mall where you can shop with the whole family. Other than the presence of the huge commercial giants like Decathlon, Media World, Ikea and Leroy Merlin, Porta di Roma boasts a network of stores of more than 220, from clothing and accessories, technology, and food, among which you will find the Auchan supermarket, a cinema complex and a Fnac. Snacks and restaurant establishments are varied as well. The Galleria Commerciale Porta di Roma also offers over 7000 free parking spaces.
This huge, recently opened shopping center contains, as well as a big supermarket, around 140 commercial outlets. Whether its shoes, bags, clothes, kids stuff, accessories or make up, this place offers all. There is parking space for all, a bar, restaurants and a bank, which all contribute towards making it the biggest and most crowded shopping center in Rome. Credit cards accepted. To know more about their events schedules, or to plan one, check out the website or call ahead.
This massivew structure houses 56 stores comprising of the most famous names in fashion like Scarpe & Scarpe, La Gardenia, Perpiacere, Yamamay, Zuiki, Gaudi', Sorbino and NYC. A delight for shoppers it promises total fun and satisfaction- all under one roof. There are numerous dining options available here to make it a complete day out. The crowd is generally rich and elite. There is parking space available aplenty. It also houses a hotel with 115 rooms under its roof.
RomaEst is an enormous shopping mall also called Lunghezza or Ponte di Nona, with reference to the Northern Rome district which it resides in. This giant shopping zone spreads over two floors for a full area of 135,000 square meters (almost 1.5 million square feet), and has a panorama supermarket, a cinema complex, and a collection of commercial enterprises composed of over 220 stores of every category. Among the numerous restaurants and bars, such as McDonald s and Pans & Company, Il Gelato di San Crispino is a well-known and appreciated Roman gelateria.
Located 20 kilometers south of Rome, Castel Romano Designer Outlet offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 110 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 30% to 70% every day. Stores include Diesel, Dolce & Gabbana, Guess, La Perla, Malo, Quiksilver, Sisley, Valentino, Benetton, Adidas, Nike, Reebok, Puma, Lindt, O'Neill, Calzedonia/Intimissimi, Bruno Magli, Camper, Mandarina Duck, Geox, Marlboro Classic, Salvatore Ferragamo and many more. Visit their website for a complete list of stores, sales & events, hours and more.