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Rome is one of a kind. No other city - not even Athens, Istanbul, London or New York - has as many world-class sites as Rome. Walking down Via del Fori Imperiali towards the Colosseum will impress even the most spoiled and shopping-crazed teenager. The city has so much to offer. In addition to the Roman heritage there are also Medieval neighbourhoods, well designed squares, colourful markets and of course, the Vatican and St. Peter’s Basilica. This Rome guide suggests a few other places that must be seen.

From the Trevi fountain to the Colosseum, Rome’s abundant sights rival those of any other city on the planet. A tour on CitySightseeing’s distinctive red buses represents a tremendous way to see this incredible city for the first time, to get your bearings and to visit many of the major sights in a relatively short time period. Get on board and discover Rome from a different point of view.

​Address: Via Quattro Novembre 147, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6979 7554​Website:

MAXXI, Italy’s first national museum devoted to the arts of the XXI Century and designed by Zaha Hadid, is a platform open to all forms of contemporary creativity, from art to architecture, from photography to design, from fashion to cinema. A place for meetings, exchange and collaboration.

​Address: Via Guido Reni 4A, Rome​Phone: +39 06 320 1954​Website:
Rainbow Magicland Theme Park

The place to have fun in Rome! Rainbow magicland is the new theme park of the Capital, just 30’ away by train from Roma Termini station. The biggest in Italy with 36 attractions (roller coasters, water attractions, 3D Dark Ride, free-fall tower, 4D Cinema, kids playground, 10 live shows, including “Gladiators”, etc.), 4 themed restaurants and events every weekend.

​Address: Valmontone, Rome. Get there with 35 trains from Roma Termini + free shuttle bus to the park​Phone: + 39 06 953187000​Website:​Opening hours: Mar 23th-Jan 6th 10-18 (10-23 in Summer)Tickets: € 35/€28 (kids & reduced). 2 days at park + hotel € 45

Colosseum is one of the most impressive sights in Rome and one of the world’s most famous venues. Many people and animals were killed here, you could see everything from gladiatorial games and drama to killings and battles between wild animals. Emperor Vespasian began the building which was completed by his son Titus. The building was completed in 80 A.D. Inauguration lasted one hundred days, and approximately 9,000 animals and 2,000 gladiators were killed during the event. At its peak this place had 87,000 spectators.

​Address: Piazza del Colosseo 1, Rome
Fontana di Trevi

The fountain is an impressive building situated on the Piazza di Trevi in Rome centre. It was designed by Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini, and was completed by Nicola Salvi in 1762. The fountain became world famous when Anita Ekberg splashing around in the "La Dolce Vita". Today, it is forbidden to bathe in the fountain. Trevi Fountain is a "must" to visit in Rome, and tradition says that you must throw a coin over your shoulder into the fountain and that this will bring happiness. The fountain standing 26 metres (85.3 feet) high and 20 metres (65.6 feet) wide, it is the largest Baroque fountain in the city and one of the most famous fountains in the world.

​Address: Piazza di Trevi, Rome

It doesn’t look like much from the outside, but once inside it astounds you. This dome and temple, built over 2,000 years ago, is powerful and impressive. Since the Renaissance, the building has also been used as a grave church and among others the painter Raphael (died in 1520) is buried here. The square in front of the Pantheon is called Piazza della Rotonda. It is located near Piazza Navona and Campo de Fiori so take the opportunity to stroll around in this area, there is much to see.

​Address: Piazza della Rotonda, Rome
Forum Romanum

Forum Romanum, one of the world’s top tourist attractions. It is like a fairy tale with its mosaic of temple ruins, worn marble streets and basilicas. It is located in the valley between the Palatine hill and the Capitoline hill. Forum Romanum was the commercial, political, and religious centre of ancient Rome. It was expanded to include temples, a senate house and law courts. When the Roman Empire fell, the Forum became forgotten, buried and was used as a cattle pasture during the Middle Ages.

​Address: Via dei Fori Imperiali, Rome
Galleria Borghese

Rome falls short of Venice and Florence when it comes to art, but this gallery is an exception. The Borghese Gallery, housed in the former Villa Borghese Pinciana shows masterpieces by artists such as Bernini, Titian and Caravaggio. The Villa was built by the architect Flaminio Ponzio.

​Address: Villa Borghese park, Rome
Piazza Navona

According to some, this is not just Rome's but the world’s most beautiful square. Not only because of its statues and fountains such as Lorenzo Berninis’ Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, but because of its dimensions. It is one of Rome’s liveliest squares, with many outdoor cafés and restaurants. This large rectangular square still manages to feel intimate.

​Address: Piazza Navona, Rome
Domus Aurea – Nero’s Golden House

In the year 64, Emperor Nero built a palace almost one mile long—from the Palatine hill all the way to the Oppio hill. Some parts were covered in gold, precious stones and splendid decorations. After Nero’s death, it was all filled in with earth in order to obliterate the tyrant’s memory. It was accidentally rediscovered in the 15th century, and today you can walk through 30 of Nero’s 150 underground rooms.

​Address: Via della Domus Aurea 1, Rome​Phone: +39 06 0608
Santa Costanza

Rome has more churches than almost any other city in the world. One of the most beautiful, Santa Constanza, can be found in Via Nomentana in the north of Rome, and is home to some of the most dazzling ceiling frescoes from the 4th century. The waiting time for weddings here is several years.

​Address: Via di Santa Costanza, Rome
Museo di Roma

The Museo di Roma houses approximately 40,000 sculptures, paintings and mosaics describing Rome’s history from the Middle Ages until 1870. The museum is located in Palazzo Braschi, built in the 18th century. During the fascist regime, Mussolini moved here and made it his political headquarters. After the Second World War 300 families were evacuated to this location and many of the frescoes were damaged by the fires people lit in order to keep warm.

​Address: Via di S. Pantaleo 10, Rome​Phone: +39 060 608​Website:
Spanish Steps

Spanish Steps is located at Piazza di Spagna and leads to the French church, Trinità dei Monti. The monumental stairway of 138 steps was designed in 1723 by Francesco De Sanctis, and funded by a French diplomat Stefano Gueffier. It is usually very crowded during the summer months, with tourists just sitting, chatting, and taking a rest from visiting the designer shops that cover the area. The name "Spanish Steps" is actually quite misleading because the stairs do not have anything to do with Spain, it is simply borrowed from the name of the piazza at the foot of the stairs, Piazza di Spagna. The Italian name is Scalinata della Santissima Trinita dei Monti or Scalinata di Spagna.

​Address: Piazza di Spagna, Rome
The Vatican City

The smallest state in the world, The Vatican City is situated in Rome. This is the home of the Pope but also almost a thousand other residents. They run their daily life with own postal system, shops and newspaper. After passing the Swiss guards with their distinctive clothing you can visit 11 different Vatican museums, Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel, Saint Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Gardens.

​Address: Vatican City, Rome​Website:
Teatro dell'Opera di Roma

Teatro dell'Opera di Roma is definitely worth a visit. If you want to visit the opera during the summer months, remember that the opera house then moves its performances to the ravishing ruins of the Baths of Caracalla and holds the shows outdoors.

​Address: Piazza Beniamino Gigli, Rome​Phone: +39 06 481 602 55​Website:​Opening hours: Closed on Mondays
Villa Giulia Etruscan Museum

This is the most important Etruscan museum in Italy and it shows the mystical world of this prehistoric people. The main attraction is the sarcophagus with the loving couple. The building, Villa Giulia, was first built as a country retreat for Pope Julius III, but after his death all of his interior design was moved to the Vatican museums and in 1889 it became this Etruscan Museum.

​Address: Piazzale di Villa Giulia 9, Rome​Phone: +39 06 322 6571​Website:
San Clemente

At first you see a church from the 12th century but this building is hiding different layers showing 2000 years of history. Underneath you'll find a basilica from the 4th century, the remnants from an ancient Roman house and the city that Emperor Nero had burned to the ground in year 64. Inside the church you can also see traces from the ancient Rome's drainage system where today water still runs.

​Address: Via Labicana 95 Rome​Phone: +39 06 774 0021​Website:
Ara Pacis Museum

The "Altar of Peace", over 2,000 years old, is now open to watch again after being encrusted by glass for several years. This was used for sacrifices and the shadow of a gigantic sundial fell on the altar on the birthday of Emperor Augustus.

​Address: Lungotevere in Augusta, Rome​Phone: +39 06 3600 3471​Website:
Aventine Hill

Aventine Hill is a beautiful path to walk up for a quiet and relaxing time in Rome. Find the keyhole for the most amazing view over Rome and St Peter Basilica, it is the perfect place for a picnic in the sun.

​Address: Via di Santa Sabina, Rome
Villa Doria Pamphilj

This is Rome’s largest Public Park and a place that should not be missed on your visit to this bustling city. Explore the forest, view this stunning villa from the 17th century and relax at the cafe with a steaming hot cappuccino.

​Address: Via di S. Pancrazio, Rome​Phone: +39 06 477881​Website:
Ares Paintball

Paintball in Rome might not be the first thing that comes to mind when travelling to this destination. The field, itself, is beautiful and most appreciated among advanced and amateurs alike.

​Address: Via di Lunghezzina 141, Rome​Phone: +39 340 245 3054​Website:
La Voce dell'Opera

Enjoy an evening of internationally known artist with the most amazing voices, made even more wonderful with the acoustics here. It is set in a tiny church and the tickets are most price worthy.

​Address: Piazza di Ponte Sant'Angelo 68, Wafa, Rome​Phone: +39 377 9650 525​Website:
VIGAMUS - The Video Game Museum

If you love video games, you cannot miss the opportunity to visit VIGAMUS. Discover well-known characters, take a look back in history and explore the different, fun areas the museum has to offer.

​Address: Via Sabotino 4, Rome​Phone: +39 06 4547 5940​Website:
Rome restaurants cater to all tastes. There are American steakhouses, Lebanese meze restaurants, Vietnamese eateries, and a number of haute cuisine establishments celebrated in the Guide Michelin, but ”when in Rome, do as the Romans do” and choose the less extravagant restaurants and trattorias for a memorable dining experience. The Italian word for dinner, "cena," comes from the Latin convivum. A word which means “live together” and that is precisely what you do. Eating is a social get-together which lasts at least three courses—often even at lunchtime. The Romans do not eat dinner until nine in the evening. The traditional Roman pasta is called Carbonara and is made from pork and whipped egg yolk with lots of parmesan and black pepper, or all’Amatriciana with bacon, tomato and onion. Vegetables are ordered as a side dish ("contorno"), accompanying the main dish, e.g. tossed spinach or chicory with garlic and pepperoncino (Spanish peppers).
Trattoria Cavalier Gino

A simple trattoria popular amongst politicians and journalists. It proves that when it comes to food, the Romans are no snobs. The speciality of the house is coniglio al vino bianco (rabbit in white wine) and an exquisite tiramisu.

​Address: Vicolo Rossini 4, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6873 434
La Fraschetta

La Fraschetta is a traditional trattoria in the heart of Trastevere with Roman specialities and pizza. The staff is friendly and helpful, and the restaurant is always busy with both locals and visitors.

​Address: Via di San Francesco a Ripa 134, Roma​Phone: +39 06 5816 012​Website:
Ad Hoc

Ristorante Ad Hoc with its romantic settings is the perfect restaurant to relax after a stroll in the city centre of Rome. Choose from a menu with typical Roman and Mediterranean dishes and well-reputed wines. Ad Hoc is also popular among local and national celebrities.

​Address: Via di Ripetta 43, Rome​Phone: +39 06 3233 040 ​Website:
Ristorante Tema

Experience fine dining in one of the most ancient districts of Rome. Either you prefer fish or meat Ristorante Tema serves the best quality and prepares it to perfection. Even if the restaurant is known for fine dining the serving is warm and relaxing.

​Address: Via Panisperna 96/98, Rome​Phone: +39 06 486 484​Website:
La Pergola

This award winning restaurant with three Michelin stars does not only serve you exquisite food but also an amazing view over the city of Rome. Located on the top of Rome Cavalieri Hotel La Pergola offers you to choose from a menu presenting dishes made of products from the best producers in Italy. The wine cellar contains 53,000 bottles of wines and for the accompanying water there are more than 25 different sorts to choose from. La Pergola will give you an unforgettable gourmet experience.

​Address: Via Alberto Cadlolo 101, Rome​Phone: +39 06 3509 2152​Website:
Sakana Sushi

Yearning for something else than pasta, pizza and Italian food, Sakana Sushi is the place to go. In an oriental scene, traditional Japanese dishes are served. If you feel like having your meal in a nearby park or just somewhere outside Sakana Sushi also provides a take away menu to choose from.

​Address: Via del Gazometro 54, Rome​Phone: +39 06 574 4958​Website:
Ristorante Maxelâ

This barbecue restaurant with its primary focus on meat, is attached to a butcher's shop which serves the kitchen with the best meat. The first thing you'll see entering Maxelâ is the meat counter where the butcher recommend the best cuts.

​Address: Via Borgo Vittorio 92, Rome​Phone: +39 06 688 04299​Website:
Spirito Divino

Located in the heart of Trastevere Spirito Di Vino serves the very true meaning of "slow food". In their wine cellar they house more than 800 bottles of wines so every dish can be combined with the exact right type to make the culinary experience at its best.

​Address: Via dei Genovesi 31, Rome​Phone: +39 06 5896 689​Website:
Ristorante La Tavernetta 48

Ristorante La Tavernetta 48 in the heart of the Eternal city serves typical Italian dishes to reasonable prices. The restaurant is located in a quiet back street and you can choose to either sit inside the air conditioned dining room or outside on the charming little street.

​Address: Via degli Spagnoli 48, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6819 2591​Website:
Osteria Barberin

Enjoy traditional Roman cuisine accompanied by jazz and swing music. The family-owned Osteria Barberin is tucked in at a small backstreet. The son in the family, Gabriel, works in the kitchen and cooks his food with passion.

​Address: Via Della Purificazione 21, Rome​Phone: +39 06 474 3325​Website:
La Fontana di Venere

The restaurant is located close to Fontana di Trevi La Fontana di venere serves lunch and dinner with a high quality service. Named after the goddess Venus the restaurant has a statue of her inside the dining room.

​Address: Vicolo dei Modelli 56, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6992 4087​Website:
Pinsere Roma

Pinsere Roma is a small pizza shop but the pizzas they make are outstanding. They are centrally located, have a big variety of choice and often have 2 for 1 offers.

​Address: Via Flavia 98, Rome​Phone: +39 06 4202 0924​Website:
Italy is a mecca when it comes to coffee and ice cream, the Romans know exactly which cafés to visit and don’t mind going across town to visit the best.
Antico Caffè della Pace

The Antico Caffé della Pace is still a favourite meeting place for famous artists, who gather here since the last century. It could be a little bit tricky to find the café, but once you have done it you will be welcomed in one of the most stylish and ancient café in Rome.

​Address: Via della Pace 3-7, Rome​Phone: +39 06 686 1216​Website:
Caffè Sant´ Eustachio

Bags of coffee beans rest on the floor and images of plantations adorn the walls. It has looked the same for as long as anyone can remember. In addition to the different types of coffees that can be sampled, they also serve "gran caffè", a cappuccino without milk, where the coffee is foamed instead.

​Address: Piazza Sant’Eustachio 82, Rome​Phone: +39 06 688 02048​Website:
Tazza d‘Oro

Tazza d‘Oro is another popular café known for its exceptionally strong coffee. A much admired "granita al caffè", flavoured ice with coffee and whipped cream, is also available.

​Address: Via degli Orfani 84, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6789 792​Website:
Gelateria Valentino

Italy is known for its fantastic ice cream and Gelateria Valentino, close to Fontana di Trevi, is a perfect place to try one. Choose from dozens of flavours made of genuine products by their own ice cream maker.

​Address: Via Del Lavatore 96, Rome​Phone: +39 06 678 3219​Website:
Forno Campo de' Fiori

For more than 30 years this bakery in the heart of Rome has provided customers with delightful breads, pastries, pizzas and pies. Pop in for a lunch but be prepared that it might be crowded since Forno Campo de' Fiori is very popular among the locals.

​Address: Campo de' Fiori 22, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6880 6662​Website:

Close to the Vatican, you find this café with over 60 different sandwiches to choose from. The name, 'Duecentogradi', means 200 degrees and that refers to temperature of the oven during the bakery process of the specific bread, made exclusively just for this bar. It is baked at exact 200 degrees. In addition to sandwiches they also serve salads, pastries and a wide range of drinks.

​Address: Piazza Risorgimento 3, Rome​Phone: +39 06 397 542 39​Website:
Bar Fondi

Bar Fondi is located close to the Termini Station and is a great breakfast option or simply if you are craving coffee and a sweet treat. If you love chocolate then you must try the "Cornetto con chocolata bianca", simply divine.

​Address: Via Milazzo 16, Rome
Morganti Cafe

Morganti Cafe has a beautiful location and close to the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. At lunch they serve meat, fish and tasty pasta dishes. If you arrive a bit later they serve a rich aperitif buffet.

​Address: Piazza del Viminale 10, Rome​Phone: +39 06 4891 3556​Website:
The Romans love to meet over an aperitivo around 19.30, after which they either go on to a restaurant or home for dinner. The drinks need not necessarily be alcoholic. Many bars serve light snacks which are included in the price. After 23.00 most of those looking to party head over to the Testaccio area. Named after the mountain of discarded amphora's, the area is home to many sites, ranging from small piano bars to equally small discos. Make sure you take at least a night out to experience the bar and club scene in Rome.

Has won several awards for its aperitivi. After 18.00 they serve a buffet with small appetizers. Young bar with modern design in Trastevere.

​Address: Piazza Trilussa 34, 00153 Roma​Phone: +39 06 5816 111​Website:

One of Rome’s largest discotheques with a laser show and hundreds of people on the dance floor. Leonardo DiCaprio danced here when “Gangs of New York” was filmed at Cinecittà. Located right next door is Le Distillerie, which has a different feel—softer, and with a bar and restaurant.

​Address: Via di Libetta 13, 00154 Rome​Website:
Caruso Cafe de Oriente

Dance the night away to the notes of Latin American and Caribbean music such as salsa and reggaeton, at this music bar. It is located in the hip area Testaccio where the biggest concentration of nightclubs in Rome lies.

​Address: Via di Monte Testaccio 36, 00153 Roma​Phone: +39 06 5745019 / +39 06 574 5019​Website:
Freni e Frizioni

In the heart of Trastevere this former garage, now decorated with vintage furniture and modern art, serves cocktails and after dinner digestives. Take a seat on the patio and watch the people passing by.

​Address: Via del Politeama 4-6​Phone: +39 06 5833 4210​Website:
Micca Club

This live music bar does not only play jazz, blues and funk, they also offer burlesque nights. Micca Club is a trendy international club with a retro feeling. On Sundays they hold a vintage flea market.

​Address: Via Pietro Micca, 7a​Phone: +39 06 87 44 00 79​Website:
Gregory's - Live Jazz & Dinner Club

Gregory's is one of those cosy Jazz clubs where you can spend hours at. Get taken away but the beat of the drums into another place and era.

​Address: Via Gregoriana, 54, Rome​Phone: +39 06 679 6386​Website:
Cioccolata e Vino

Some might find Cioccolata e Vino a bit quirky to find, but once you get there it will be worth the trouble. Just listen to this, chocolate cups filled with whipped cream and alcohol, you will not regret your decision.

​Address: Vicolo de Cinque, 11/A, Rome​Phone: +39 06 5830 1868
Almalu Trastevere

Almalu Trastevere is the perfect recipe for great drinks, shots, music and a good crowd. It is a smaller but very popular place, so it tends to get a bit crowded, and it is most likely that it is the amazing Mojitos that draws the guests.

​Address: Via della Scala, 77, Rome​Phone: +39 06 5833 3558
Il Piccolo

Il Piccolo is centrally located in Rome, despite its location it is a very relaxing place to go on a warm summer night. Enjoy a glass of wine and a snack at an inexpensive cost.

​Address: Via del Governo Vecchio 74, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6880 1746
Capitan Cosmo Pub

Capitan Cosmo Pub is a great place to go to for a relaxing drink or glass of wine before you head to your hotel after a long day of sightseeing. The have live music, happy hour and table games.

​Address: Via dei Cartari 7, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6880 2766
Qube Disco

If you feel like getting lost in the music and just dancing the night away then this is the place to be. Disco, disco, disco all night long, some people think it is even better on a Monday night rather than a Saturday.

​Address: Via di Portonaccio 212, Rome​Phone: +39 06 438 5445​Website:
Morgana Rock n' Roll Time

Morgana Rock n' Roll Time has a bit of everything, but as the name suggest they offer a great time! They show football games, have live music and a fine selection of international beer, rum and whiskey.

​Address: Via degli Anamari 12/14, Rome​Phone: +39 06 331501 1115
BeBop Jazz Club

At BeBop Jazz Club you have live performances every night with a great mixture of national and international artists. It is a great place to unwind, take in and just enjoy the atmosphere.

​Address: Via Giuseppe Giulietti 14, Rome​Phone: +39 06 575 5582​Website:
Cuccagna Pub

Cuccagna Pub is a cute little bar located next to Piazza Navone. Not only is it a nice place to sit and people watch, but their drink menu is extensive and offer great prices.

​Address: Via della Cuccagna 18, Rome​Phone: +39 06 687 4848
Antica Enoteca

Antica Enoteca is an excellent wine bar but also a restaurant if you wish to arrive a bit earlier and sit too late at night. The long wooden bar and the great atmosphere gives this place real personality.

​Address: Via della Croce 76, Rome​Phone: +39 06 678 7440​Website:
Enocentrico Music and Happy Bar

If you never tried an excellent cinnamon and ginger mojito, then this is the place that you should visit. If you come a bit earlier they have a hot and cold buffet for you to enjoy and a great younger crowd and cool music all night.

​Address: Via Anastasio II 40, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6748 7547​Website:
Cotton Club

Italian´s really like Jazz music and the whole atmosphere that goes with it. The Cotton Club is a beautiful venue that invites you to many evenings of wonderful live music.

​Address: Via Bellinzona 2, Rome​Phone: +39 349 070 9468​Website:
Cul De Sac

Cul De Sac is located just by the Piazza Navona and is a combined restaurant and wine bar. Take your time and enjoy different wine here, the staff is more than willing to help if you have a hard time to decide.

​Address: Piazza di Pasquino 73, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6880 1094
Circolo degli Artisti

Circolo degli Artisti might be located a bit off your route, but is a place that should not be missed. Not many tourist come here, which is a shame, since many up and coming artist perform here and the location itself is lovely in the summer.

​Address: Via Casilina Vecchia 42, Rome​Phone: +39 06 7030 5684​Website:
Rockodile Cocktail Bar

Most guests come to Rockodile Cocktail Bar for their excellent range of domestic and foreign wine, beer, cider and spirits. The crowd is a great mix of young, old, tourists and Italians.

​Address: Via delle tre cannelle 8, Rome​Phone: +39 06 797 591
High fashion shopping in Rome is concentrated to two streets running parallel to each other from the Spanish Steps. Via Condotti is home to Prada, Valentino, Gucci, Armani, and Max-Mara. Over on Via Borgognona, one can find the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, Gianfranco Ferré, Laura Biagiotti, and Gai Mattiolo. Closer to Piazza Navona is Via dei Giubbonari, and its street fashion stores McQueen and Liquid. Also nearby is Via del Governo Vecchio, with its elegant vintage fashion boutiques. When it comes to food, Rome has several notable spots. Volpetti, on Via Marmorata 47 in Testaccio, is as close to heaven as you can get. This bustling, high-paced place offers many deli options—Latini pasta from Osimo, salsiccia and spicy sandwich meats its speciality, however, is its cheeses, including the formaggio di fossa, matured underground. Two other delis to revel in are ancient Franchi and Castroni on Via Cola di Rienzo. Castroni offers a slightly more international selection. Campo de´Fiori is the site of a daily food market that embodies the terms picturesque and colourful. Come early when the shadows are long and the morning is at its freshest. Another nice market, with more of a food hall atmosphere is Mercato di Testaccio. Upmarket antiques can be found on Via dei Coronari, jewellers on Via dell’Orso and Via dei Pianellari. Via San Francesco di Sales 85 is the address for Cereria Di Giorgio, which sells all kinds of candles—the Vatican is their largest and most devoted customer. In the long shopping street Via del Corso, which runs from Piazza Venezia down to Piazza del Popolo, there are shops to suit all pockets. Chains such as Stefanel, Etam, The Group, and Benetton are sandwiched between specialist boutiques. Also, many shoe shops, sports shops and music stores such as Il Messaggero Musicale can be found here. Cola di Rienzo, in the Prati district of the city, is also lined with various reasonably priced shops. Rome does not have the department store culture of many other large cities. The Romans prefer small, intimate and familiar boutiques. In the centre though, there are three department store chains:
Carlo Cecchini

Peruse the high-quality leather creations of Carlo Cecchini himself, whose strong creativity and imagination result in a vast range of designs conceived for a varied crowd of all ages and styles. His production, of bags, totes, wallets, shoes and purses, follows the guiding principles of the old Italian leather making traditions, only using top quality raw materials treated and manufactured according to centuries old traditions.

​Address: Via della Lungaretta, 65, Rome​Phone: +39 06 580 9877​Website:​More info: cecchinicreazioni@gmail.comSubway: Trastevere, 8
La Rinascente

La Rinascente is a slightly more exclusive department store, carrying many different high end brands. They have everything from clothes, shoes, perfume and accessories.

​Address: Piazza Colonna, Piazza Fiume, Rome​Website:
Galleria Alberto Sordi

Beautiful 19th century arcade with enormous cut glass chandeliers and a vaulted glass roof. Recently named after the very popular, now late, actor Alberto Sordi. Various shops and coffee bars, but mainly fashion clothes, for example, Zara but also the book shop Feltrinelli, which has a wide range of guides, books in various languages, CDs, etc.

​Address: Piazza Colonna 31-35, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6919 0769​Website:

Coin specialise in men´s and women´s clothing and beauty. Not only will you find shoes, bags, jewellery, perfumes, but they also offer a great selection of high quality kitchen and bathroom gadgets.

​Address: Piazzale Appio 7, Rome​Website:
Versace Flagship Store

Versace Flagship Store is a beautiful 240 square meters shop, showing their guests all the marvellous creations from Versace. Just like the shops in Shanghai and Paris, this store is a must visit even though you do not buy anything.

​Address: Piazza di Spagna 12, Rome​Phone: +39 06 678 0521
Louis Vuitton

It is almost undermining to call this Louis Vuitton store a store. This amazing venue could almost be showcased as an exhibition area in Rome. Not only do they show their beautiful clothing, but they also have a small 3D screen room that show short movies that changes monthly.

​Address: Piazza di San Lorenzo in Lucina, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6880 9520​Website:
Emporio Armani

This is a store where the prices actually do not equal our monthly rent. Emporio Armani is the more affordable end of the designer brand Giorgio Armani, but never the less with the same sense of detail and fashion.

​Address: Via del Babuino 140, Rome​Phone: +39 06 322 1581​Website:

Battistoni is a fashion institute here in Rome that makes flawless tailoring for men and women. If it is elegant, Italian design you are looking for then you have come to the right place.

​Address: Via dei Condotti 61, Rome​Phone: +39 06 697 6111​Website:
Hugo Boss

The Hugo Boss name is associated with chic, elegant design for men and women. At Hugo Boss Rome you will find just this and much more spread over four floors of fun filled shopping.

​Address: Via Frattina 146, Rome​Phone: +39 06 678 6173​Website:
Bottega Veneta

Leather, leather, leather, it is almost a guarantee to walk out with a beautiful bag or a lovely pair of shoes when visiting this boutique. Bottega Veneta also have a dangerously lovely home and furniture line.

​Address: Piazza di San Lorenzo in Lucina 9-13, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6821 0024​Website:
Laura Biagiotti

Laura Biagiotti is one of Italy's greatest designers and crowned the "Queen of Cashmere". This line has everything from elegant clothing to shoes, bags, eyewear and underwear.

​Address: Via Mario Dè Fiori 26, Rome​Phone: +39 06 679 1205​Website:

With clients like Donald Trump and Barack Obama, men can simply not go wrong here. This is the place to visit if you are on the search for a really good looking suit.

​Address: Via Barberini 79, Rome​Phone: +39 06 485 855​Website:

Italians love accessories, and so does the rest of the fashion world. When visiting Rome, you are bound to leave with a piece of jewellery or a watch. At Bulgari you have a magnificent collection to choose from.

​Address: Via Condotti 10, Rome​Phone: +39 06 696 261​Website:

Hearing the name Burberry, most of us come to think of their exceptional trench coats and their trademark tartan pattern. This British luxury house still remains at the top when it comes to posh sophisticated design.

​Address: Via Condotti 61, Rome​Phone: +39 06 675 0101​Website:
Boutique Roberto Cavalli

To purchase something here will set you back a couple of months’ rent, but there is no cost in just looking. There is nothing that can compare to a beautiful, flawless Cavalli dress, take a look for yourself...

​Address: Via Borgognona 25, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6992 5469​Website:
Dolce & Gabbana

Being in Rome, we are fully aware of that this lifestyle brand does not need an introduction. You simply cannot be in Italy without visiting Dolce & Gabbana.

​Address: Piazza di Spagna 93, Rome​Phone: +39 06 699 1592​Website:

At Abitart you can get your hands on one-of-a-kind colourful clothes. The designer comes from an artistic background which is reflected in the creative clothes.

​Address: Via Cola di Rienzo 188, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6880 7967​Website:
AVC by Adriana V Campanile

Heels, flats, ballerinas, sandals, and boots you will find it all here in this shoe heaven! AVC also have cute kid’s shoes and offer some of the best prices around when it comes to shoes.

​Address: Piazza di Spagna 88, Rome​Phone: +39 06 6992 2355
Dal Cò

Dal Cò have perfectly made hand-crafted shoes and handbags, the design is very appreciated by many celebrities, locals and tourists. Both the shoes and the heel is comfortable enough to walk around in a whole day.

​Address: Via Vittoria 65, Rome​Phone: +39 06 678 6536​Website:
Diesel Store

Edgy, cool, filled with attitude and of course the Jeans. Diesel is one of those stores that you enter and you just feel the personality. Take a look at their signature jeans, the popular fragrance or their cool accessories.

​Address: Via Cola di Rienzo, Rome​Phone: +39 06 324 1895​Website:
Save the Queen!

Now this is what is called window shopping! Even if you do not feel the need to spend more money, this is the perfect store to go window shopping. And if you feel like spending money and updating your closet with some funky clothes, then you have come to the right place.

​Address: Via del Babuino 49, Rome​Phone: +39 06 3600 3039​Website:
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Fiumicino Airport

Rome’s main airport, Leonardo da Vinci, is located in Fiumicino, 30 kilometres (18.5 miles) from the city. There are several different ways for you to get into the city center from the airport: Leonardo Express The Leonardo Express leaves every half hour in each direction and connects Roma Termini station with Fiumicino airport. Tickets can be bought at machines, travel agencies, ticket desks and on the website. Train You can reach Rome by train directly to the Termini railway station. Metro The metropolitan train FM1 links the airport with regions like Fara Sabina, Orte and Poggio Mirteto. Please note that the Metro does not stop at central station Termini. Terravision Shuttle Bus This bus line takes you to the central station Termini. The city’s second airport Ciampino is situated 12.0 km south southeast of central Rome and is mainly served by low-cost airlines and package tours. Bus Some of the low-cost airlines have their own buses.The regular buses depart from the nearby underground station Anagnina. Taxi A taxi ride from the airport and central Rome takes 20 minutes.

​Address: Via dell' Aeroporto di Fiumicino 320, Rome​Phone: +39 06 65951​Website: / / /
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