Hello Angels,

Milan can be city of fashion but Rome is city of shopping, love and ancient history. Every street is magical and romantic. If you are a girl who believes in love (like me) and shopaholic. Rome is a right city for you.

Via Del Corso

Via del Corso is a very crowded street. The pavement is too narrow but It is a main shopping street in Rome. If you want to avoid the crowd (like I do), you have to go in early hours ( around 10 in the morning). Even at early hours is crowded but It is more easy to walk and do shopping.

You should not visit Via del Corso wtihout breakfast because It is 1.5 km street with full of stores, boutiques.

There is a shopping mall in the heart of Via del Corso which name is Galleria Alberto Sordi. You can find stores like Furla, Oysho, Bershka and La Feltrinelli.

If you are a Fendi lover I have a good news for you. Fendi has a palace in Via del corso.

The second floor is for special guests which is designed by Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci.

The third floor has a private suits. It is a very first Fendi hotel.

The fourth floor is Zuma restaurant which is award winning Japanese restaurant.

If you are cosmetic lover, you can find Sephora, Mac or Italian brand Kiko Cosmetic.

Via Dei Condotti

It is a center of luxurious shopping in Rome. You can find fashion houses and boutiques such as Dolce and Gabbana, Tiffany Co, Gucci, Dior, Cartier and more.

It is an equivalent to Via Montenapoleone in Milan. When you visit Via dei Condotti, you should visit Antico Caffe Greco which is the most famous and old cafe in Rome. It has established in 1760. It attracted famous visitors like Byron, Goethe and more.

Via Cola di Rienzo

It is in the heart of Prati which is in a few steps from Vatican. It is a mix of high end and reasonable price stores but the most important important place is Coin. It is department store where you can find the best and luxurious brands in beauty and fashion. Even there is gourmet food hall.

La Rinascente

La Rinascente is a a new megastore in the center of Rome ( via del Tritone) There are  650 person who works in there. You can find luxurious brands like Moncler, Armani, Lanvin and more. If you are stationery shop lover, you can find Moleskine, Pantone and Fritz.

The food hall is an another story, delicious handmade chocolates and amazing restaurants such as Temakinho (Nippo- Brazilian fusion cuisine)

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