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    Shop 'til you drop!

    by mytravels Written Nov 9, 2002

    Besides sight-seeing, shopping has to be the #1 reason to go to Rome! Most of the designer stores (Gucci, Armani, Bvalgari, etc.) are located at Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps), but you will find a variety of shops, boutiques, and stores throughout the piazza's.

    What to pay: Since converting to the EUR, the exchange rate is much easier to figure out for those using the USD. I found the exchange rate prices to very comparable to those that I would pay here in Dallas TX.

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    Various: You want it, Rome's got it.

    by acemj Written Oct 19, 2002

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    Rome offers a wide variety of shopping options. You'll find plenty of souvenir shops around the tourist areas if you're just looking for the basics. However, if you do a little more serious shopping, you'll find incredible leather goods, food items of all sorts, great buys on wine and much more.

    What to buy: I bought a bottle of limoncello, which is a really delicious digestivo (after dinner drink).

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    Shopping everywhere

    by suubi Written Oct 14, 2002

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    As for souvenirs and gifts, you just need to turn around and you will see the next street vendor. Its common to find streets on end which specialize in either antiques, religious articles or art and craft.

    What to buy: Books, souvenirs, drinks, photo equipment...

    What to pay: a bit higher than average

    Street vendor

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    Fashion and more

    by suubi Written Oct 14, 2002

    I never came across large shopping centers in Rome but I came across all commodities the heart can desire: from Gucci over Armani to equally cute shoes and clothes of less popular designers. The city is dominated by small specialized shops and boutiques. As you leave Piazza de spagna, you will be greeted by a line of elegant and exclusive shops: Dolce & Gabbana ;

    What to buy: Piazza de spagna is surrounded by all types of elegant and exclusive shops situated in V.d. Condotti and V. Borgognona. Here you can purchase men suits women / men shoes, fashionable bags and jewellery, name it.

    What to pay: exclusiv


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    Never on Sunday!

    by Geisha_Girl Updated Oct 9, 2002

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    One can never get 'enough' shopping in Italy. Italy is a shopper's paradise! Always at the head of the fashion scene, you can surely find the swankiest looks along the streets of Piazza di Spagna. Once you climb past the crowds along the Spanish Steps, make your way through the alleys and cobblestone streets where you can find every Italian Designer shops lined up.

    Keep in mind that these shops (as are most of the shops in Rome) are closed on Sundays. If you absolutely MUST burn a hole in your pocket on thy holy day, then head for the "Cinecitta Due" which is Rome's big mall. It's located near the famous "Cinecitta" area of Rome, which is home to the famous Italian cinema studios. (even during Fellini's heyday!) There are tons of shops and mallrats that hit the scene here. Ahhh....but no "Hot Dog on a Stick!"

    What to buy: When in's the leather, lace, and scented bath oils and lotions that I fancy. Oh and the shoes? Gotta have the shoes to go with the handbag and the watch and the jeans and.............

    What to pay: A month's salary would be sufficient!

    Breakaway from the crowd and SHOP til you DROP!

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    Lamborghini: Lamborghini

    by Gili_S Written Apr 9, 2006

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    Have you ever seen more beauty car then this one? Well, anyhow, if you have enough cache to buy one you can find them here in Rome in the Lamborghini store. Just get it and buy one.

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    Along the Corso: Clothing

    by sinoda Updated Oct 11, 2004

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    Many and variuos types of shops

    What to buy: generally clothing - from internationally known brands to local "no names"...

    What to pay: find a cheap little somthing or spend some serious money on something dire - anything goes

    Il Corso; Rome

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