Rome has excellent shopping opportunities of all kinds, from clothing and jewellery to art and antiques. Main shopping areas include Via del Corso, Via Condotti, and the surrounding streets.
Via Condotti is Rome’s top haute couture fashion street, equivalent of Fifth Avenue in New York City, or Bond Street in London. Here, you can find big brand names such as Gucci, Armani, Dior, Valentino and Hermès, and several other high-class shops.
The streets around the Via Condotti, such as Via Frattina, Via del Babuino, Via Borgognona and the Piazza di Spagna also offer some excellent high fashion boutiques, including Roberto Cavalli, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, Prada and Givenchy.
Via del Corso has more affordable clothing and for cheaper items visit Via Cola di Rienzo, and the surroundings of Via del Tritone, Campo de’Fiori. If you want to buy souvenirs or gifts there are many stalls along the streets of touristic areas, that offer reasonable prices. It is likely, that the same item in the gift shop of any museum will cost much more.
If you want to spend a day in a large shopping mall, there’s the Euroma2 Mall near the EUR district, with more than 230 shops, mainly clothes and accessories.