Shopping in Rome


Shopping in Rome is always a holiday, especially when meandering the area around Via dei Condotti, where shops like Prada, Fendi, and Gucci reign. Mo... Read More

Shopping in Rome is always a holiday, especially when meandering the area around Via dei Condotti, where shops like Prada, Fendi, and Gucci reign. Mont is, a favorite spot for independent stores and boutiques. You’ll find plenty of artisan wares and handcrafted items all over the city. Visit Delfina Delettrez for quirky jewelry, Flanella Grigia for made-to-measure suits, and Saddlers Union for the best leather bags in Rome. Discover the best shopping in Rome with T+L’s travel guide.

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  • Arcon

    Vitra, Cassina, Zanotta, Fortuna. Go no further. This shop tucked away between Piazza di Spagna and the Pantheon has been the mecca for the best in... Read More

  • Beppe e i Suoi Formaggi

    Hailing from Italy's Piedmont region, artisanal cheesemaker Beppe Giovale shares his 80-plus Italian cheeses, including his delicious and unforgettable... Read More

  • Chez Dédé

    Youll find Franco-Italian style in the artsy flagship boutique and atelier of Chez Dédé. Founders Daria Reina and Andrea Ferolla create limited edition... Read More

  • Delfina Delettrez

    From her minuscule boutique close to Piazza Navona, Delfina Delettrez, granddaughter of fashion matriarch Anna Fendi and daughter of Silvia Fendi, sells... Read More

  • Di San Giacomo Sandals

    Owners Veronica Santi and Claudio di San Giacomo spend their days and evenings handcrafting beautiful bespoke leather sandals on the spot. Laden with... Read More

  • Palazzo Fendi

    Fendi's flagship store reopened in late 2015, to show off its restyling of the massive 17th-century palazzo that sits at the intersection of Via... Read More

  • Flanella Grigia

    This shop sells made-to-measure menswear conveniently situated across from Rome's parliament building, where most of its clients work. Stylish,... Read More

  • Lago

    If you want to live like a Roman, the first way to do so is by styling your home with gorgeous Italian design. Lago's signature line of modernist... Read More

  • Confettiera Moriondo e Gariglio

    Moriondo e Gariglio boasts delicious and exquisite artisanal chocolates and confections by one of Rome's oldest chocolatiers. The shop itself is... Read More

  • Nicotra di San Giacomo

    Jeweler and artist Alessandro Nicotra di San Giacomo handcrafts glittery webs of gold-and-silk woven jewelry inspired by the traditional art of... Read More

  • Nuovo Mercato di Testaccio

    One of the best places to lose yourself in contemporary Rome is at the Nuovo Mercato di Testaccio, an open, neighborhood market with rows of produce,... Read More

  • Saddlers Union

    This top-flight leather-goods maker—decades ago a stalwart of the Via Condotti—was resuscitated by a young PR exec with a nostalgia for finely crafted... Read More

  • Sirni

    The Sirni family has been crafting made-to-order handbags and totes—including leather bucket bags with interchangeable handles and roomy shoppers that... Read More

  • Studio Cassio

    For four generations and more than a century, the Cassio family has been designing and making mosaics, as well as restoring ancient pieces. Visitors can... Read More

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